A newly released photo that has reportedly been shown to jurors in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial show deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell lounging on the front porch of a residence that has been identified as the Queen of England’s royal retreat at Balmoral.
The photo, which according to multiple U.K. outlets was presented to jurors on the eighth day of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, shows a beaming maxwell relaxing on the porch next to Epstein, resting her arm on his thigh.
UK paper the Mirror reports that “The photograph, which has not been seen before, appears to show the pair at the monarch’s Scotland home,” and “It isn’t known when the image was taken, but reports have claimed that Ms Maxwell and Epstein were hosted at Balmoral by Prince Andrew in 1999.”
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Prince Andrew’s name has repeatedly surfaced in connection to various aspects of Epstein’s legal woes, as well as other members of royal families from the U.K. and multiple other countries.
As National File previously reported, left-wing social media platform Twitter moved to ban an account providing live updates on the Ghislaine Maxwell trial on Wednesday, claiming the account broke “rules against platform manipulation and spam” :
In a post written to the PatriotOne substack, The Free Press Report wrote “I woke up this morning and the @TrackerTrial account on Twitter was suspended. All the other accounts that I have made in the past were also suspended.”Advertisement - story continues below
According to a screen shot provided in the Substack article, the @TrackerTrial account was suspended for allegedly breaking Twitter’s “rules against platform manipulation and spam.”
“The @TrackerTrial account was the largest account on Twitter that specifically tracked the Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein trial.”
Twitter did not provide an explanation as to how the posts and updates made by the account contributed to platform manipulation and spam.
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