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Ghislaine Maxwell repeatedly dodges questions about sexual abuse of minors in unsealed documents released Thursday.
The money from the sale of the mansion will go towards a victims' compensation fund.
Maxwell entered a plea of not guilty.
The Bureau of Prisons confirmed that Maxwell has been taken to Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn today after being arrested and held in New Hampshire last week
She'll either be transferred to the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan or the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
"She wanted to know what the flight patterns were over the house, which was very strange," a broker told the Daily Beast.
The Southern District of New York unsealed the indictment on Thursday, charging Maxwell with four counts of sex crimes related to a minor and two counts of perjury.
The FBI will examine security cameras from MCC, more of Epstein's victims meet with prosecutors, and a close look at Prince Andrew's hands.
Almost 30 women attended a hearing to dismiss the case against the deceased financier, sharing eerily similar stories of Epstein's abuse.
Plus Prince Andrew denies the allegations, and more Epstein updates.
Plus three more lawsuits against Epstein's estate, and more.
Plus the search for Ghislaine Maxwell, and a glamorous portrait of former President Bill Clinton.
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