Ghislaine Maxwell will keep her ‘little black’ book of contacts private, as both the prosecution and defense have agreed.

Manhattan federal judge Alison Nathan declared that small portions of the directory could not be released without seal.

According to some, it is a copy of Jeffrey Epstein’s famous 97-page, infamous book that contains the addresses and names of nearly 2,000 leaders from around the world, celebrities, businessmen, and others – such as Prince Andrew and ex-US presidents Donald Trump, Bill Clinton. 

Ghislaine Maxwell's 'little black book' of contacts will not be made public, the defense and prosecution in her trial have agreed (pictured conferring with her lawyer Bobbi Sternheim in court on Thursday)

Ghislaine Maxwell won’t make public her ‘little black’ list of contacts, as the prosecution and defense in her case have reached an agreement (pictured with Bobbi Sternheim on Thursday in court).

The book is said to be a version of the infamous 97-page book containing the names and addresses of almost 2,000 world leaders, celebrities and businessmen including Prince Andrew (pictured in Epstein's book)

According to Epstein, the book was a 97-page version of the famous book that contained the addresses and names of nearly 2,000 celebrities, world leaders and businessmen.

The Duke and other people named in this book deny any claim that they participated in sexual abuse.  

Gawker was an online news site that published Epstein’s book in 2015. However, many contacts were removed.

According to reports, the directory was taken by Epstein and Maxwell from Maxwell’s Palm Beach villa. Former butler Alfredo Rodriguez copied it before trying to sell it off to an FBI agent. 

Both legal teams made the decision to not include Maxwell’s directory in court over the weekend. This will give the defense a significant boost.

After the judge warned against namedropping, the prosecutor only mentioned a handful of pages labeled “exhibitGX52” in their case.

The defense, prosecution, and jury will only be able to see the tiny extract that was mentioned in court. 

A US attorney, Damian Williams wrote to Judge Nathan in a letter that The Telegraph saw: “It’s not being offered for truth of the claims therein. And you may not regard it for that reason.”

Maxwell is set to come out fighting at her sex trafficking trial this week after the prosecution's case ended on Friday (pictured with Epstein)

Maxwell, who was pictured here with Epstein on Friday as part of the prosecution in her case against her for sex trafficking, will fight at Maxwell’s sex court trial.

You may not consider it, but you can consider it if you feel it’s relevant. This will show that there is a link between Maxwell and Ms Maxwell’s names, phone numbers, and how this information was organized.

Defense argued that there wasn’t any proof that the book, which Juan Alessi was a former Epstein house manager testified to having been used by young girls to book massages, was actually one of them.  

Maxwell, who was helped by 35 witnesses to the prosecution’s case on Friday night, is expected to fight at Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial.

Court documents reveal that the British socialite may have outsold the prosecution case. There were 24 witnesses in the trial, and it lasted for two weeks.

These women included four teenage girls who claimed that the 59 year-old had abused them or’served them up to Jeffrey Epstein’.

Court papers reveal the British socialite’s defence could outsize the prosecution case, which had 24 witnesses over two weeks

The court papers show that the British socialite may be able to outweigh the prosecution case. It had 24 witnesses and took place over two weeks.

Maxwell’s lawyers shocked observers by saying that they anticipated hearing all 35 testimony in two days or three days before defence arguments began on Thursday.  

Some witnesses may be from overseas, and at least three of them might not want to testify. 

The fast-paced nature of the defence case – with potentially more than ten witnesses squeezed into each court day – means Maxwell will almost certainly not give evidence.

She would be subject to lengthy cross-examination about the luxury lifestyle she led with Epstein.

Maxwell claims she is being made a scapegoat for Jeffrey Epstein, the late pedophile financier who she worked for for years. Epstein killed himself in 2019

Maxwell asserts that she has been made to feel like a victim by Jeffrey Epstein. Jeffrey Epstein was a late financier and pedophile who Maxwell worked with for many years. Epstein killed himself in 2019

Maxwell’s friends and family are likely to be the jurors.

Bobbi Sternheim was her attorney and stated in a letter that she had written to Judge Alison Nathan, “Three defence witnesses have asked to testify under first names or pseudonyms.” 

“The court may rule on this matter, which could impact the willingness to these witnesses testify and thus compromise Ms Maxwell’s ability to defend herself.”

“We’re still working on travel arrangements to accommodate defence witnesses who are often coming from outside the District.

Public release of names has not been made available to defense witnesses.

Maxwell was accused of being dangerously sexually predatory by the prosecution on Friday. 

Epstein and she did not procure schoolgirls for abuse, but she denies that they were done. These alleged offenses took place in Palm Beach (Florida), at the “house of sin” and other properties.  

Annie Farmer, one of the four accusers in Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial took the stand on Friday. Farmer, who is the only accuser in the case to testify under her real name, described meeting the late pedophile in New York in 1996 when she was 16. She told how Epstein brought her to his ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she met Maxwell

Annie Farmer, who was among the four women accused in GhislaineMaxwell’s case for sex trafficking took the witness stand Friday. Farmer is the sole accuser to give evidence under her actual name. She described how she met Maxwell in New York when she was 16 years old. She related how Epstein introduced her to Santa Fe ranch, New Mexico. There she met Maxwell.

Miss Sternheim, her lawyer, said to the jury that the guilt of the men’s sins has been shared by women’since Adam and Eve. Maxwell is not guilty of six counts for sextrafficking children.

Ian Maxwell, Ian’s brother, said that Epstein was likely murdered. He died in Manhattan while waiting for trial in 2019.

He claimed that his brother suspected their deceased father Robert Maxwell (billionaire publisher) was drowned at sea. In 1991, his body was found off the Canary Islands.

Americano interviewed Maxwell, who said: “I don’t subscribe to a lot conspiracy theories.”

Doctor Barbara Sampson was the chief medical examiner and ruled Epstein’s cause of death suicide. He was 66.   

These six charges are against Maxwell 


Conspire to lure minors to illegal sex acts (maximum sentence 5 years)  

 Incentive to minor to travel and engage in illegal sexual acts (20 years)

Conspiracy for minors to be transported with the intent of engaging in criminal sexual activities (20 years).

Transport of minors with the intent to engage criminal sexual activity (minimum 10 years, maximum life)

The Sex Trafficking Confessional

Sex Trafficking in a Minor 

Ghislaine Maxwell also faces two charges of perjury but those counts are due to be tried after her sex crimes trial. 

She was accused of giving testimony in defamation proceedings in which she testified in 2016.  


Prosecutors claim Maxwell groomed three girls for Epstein between 1994-97. 

The indictment does not name them, however, she is alleged to have targeted them in London.

Maxwell, it’s alleged, would make friends with the girls, asking about their lives and schooling. They would be made to feel at home by Maxwell taking them out to see the movies or taking them shopping. She won their trust and later delivered them to Epstein.

In order to “normalize” the later abuse, she allegedly undressed herself in front the girls and asked them sexual queries. 

Prosecutors say she then assisted Epstein in their abuse, and even took part herself. 

The allegations of sex abuse include’sexualized groups massages’. 

Indictment states that Maxwell encouraged the girls to borrow money from Epstein and pay him for education.