Jeffrey Epstein's ex-girlfriend is accused of having helped and facilitated minors assaults. It is now confirmed that she will have her court appearance via videoconference, taking into consideration the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more below.
Her lawyers proposed having the first hearing on July 10th, but Judge Alison Nathan set the appearance for later due to her prison transfer from New Hampshire to Brooklyn.
Prosecutors will insist that she remains detained without bail because her connections, her three passports (American, French and British) and her money could involve a risk of evading the justice.