Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam, donated money to a charity for sex trafficking victims in 2008, according to tax documents reviewed by Business Insider.
Maxwell is accused of helping organize a network of victims for convicted sex offender Epstein, who died in jail awaiting sex trafficking charges.
Tax filings show that in 2008, Maxwell donated $350 to Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, a charity with a stated mission of ending commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking of children and young women.
Maxwell also made donations to a New York chapter of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Hale House, which at the time was a famous New York City orphanage.
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Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite accused of being Jeffrey Epstein’s madam and setting up a network of victims and abusing them alongside the convicted sex offender, donated money in 2008 to a charity for sex trafficking victims, according to tax documents reviewed by Business Insider.
Tax filings show that Maxwell donated $350 to Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS), a charity created “to give the girls and young women of NYC who had been commercially sexually exploited …read more
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