Friday was day five of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, and it revealed intimate details about the daily life of both Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell. Testimony included discussion of the home the two shared in Palm Beach Florida. Evidence included a list of personal care items that belonged to Maxwell in 2005, which were found in the home, in the personal living areas that were apparently shared between Epstein and Maxwell.
Liz Franczak posted an inventory of what was in Maxwell’s bathroom and vanity area, which shows the detail of the search warrant:
ghislaines evian spray and fekkai is such a snapshot in time pic.twitter.com/sqgO9noPRY
— Liz Franczak (@liz_franczak) December 4, 2021
The New York Post reported on the day’s events with more details:
“A number of key pieces of evidence in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial were shown to jurors for the first time Friday — including a massage table and a “Twin Torpedo” sex toy that were seized from Jeffrey Epstein’s Florida mansion in the early 2000s.
The massage table from the multimillionaire pedophile’s Palm Beach estate was brought into the Manhattan courtroom and briefly examined by a police officer who testified Friday.
The dark-green, collapsible table was shown to jurors as Assistant US Attorney Maruene Maurene Comey quizzed former Palm Beach Police officer Gregory Parkinson about a search warrant he and other cops executed at the estate in October 2005.”
PERFECT COMPANIONS- WATCH AND LISTEN
The following podcast and video are perfect companions. The video has no audio, and if you start them around the same time- you will hear testimony about the green massage table- that was central in Friday’s court hearing, and see footage of it at the same time.
Graphic content warning- there is somewhat graphic language on the podcast.
Excellent, yet sometimes spicey, commentary about the trial by two people who were inside the courthouse all week and are very familiar with the details of the case and with the legal procedures.
The two co-hosts describe Maxwell’s appearance, her background and details that they know about her life with Jeffrey Epstein and her arrest. They also describe the discussion in the courtroom about the house in the video, including who was filming that day, what they found, and details about some of the contents of the home, most notably a “Green massage table”.
Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Day 5https://t.co/NGTqECoZ8n
— TrueAnon (@TrueAnonPod) December 4, 2021
Graphic Content: There are photos of nude bodies on this video.
A tour of Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion
“Photos of naked teens, pink carpeting and a hot pink and lime green couch: The 2005 video walkthrough of Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion taken by Palm Beach police,” The Palm Beach Post reported about the video.
Interesting note: Wikipedia describes Maxwell as,”Ghislaine Noelle Marion Maxwell is a British socialite known for her association with financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. She worked for her father Robert Maxwell until his death in 1991, when she moved to the United States and became a close associate of Epstein.”
Watching the following video and listening to eyewitness reporting of the testimony, in the podcast above, will reveal something else’ a surprising question- was Maxwell more than Epstein’s associate?
It is obvious from watching this video that Epstein was living with at least one woman. A woman who lived there as more than a business associate.
The point was made in the podcast that someone testified that Epstein, at times, required photographs of Maxwell taken down and moved from the home, and then replaced.
Watch the tour for yourself:https://t.co/vz5YsC32pG
— TrueAnon (@TrueAnonPod) December 4, 2021
CNN reported on the testimony given Thursday, noting that whatever happened in that home, the staff were told to not see it- or hear it:
The longtime house manager of Jeffrey Epstein’s home in Palm Beach, Florida, read aloud from an instruction booklet Ghislaine Maxwell gave him in 2001 or 2002 that instructed staff in minute detail how to handle Epstein’s homes.
“I’m sorry to say that it was very degrading to me. Most of the pages they were just unbelievable to me,” Juan Alessi, the manager, testified in federal court Thursday.The manual contained instructions for staff to maintain extreme discretion for Epstein, Maxwell and their guests.“Remember that you see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing except to answer a question directed at you. Respect their privacy,” Alessi read from the manual.