Ghislaine Maxwell prosecutors 'have evidence she gave more powerful men access to women'

GHISLAINE Maxwell prosecutors want to present evidence at her trial claiming she gave powerful men access to women besides Prince Andrew’s pal Jeffrey Epstein.

Bombshell emails are said to reveal the British socialite, who is close friends with the duke, “selected” women for two “influential men”.

Alison Moe, assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, made the claims in a memo on Friday, ahead of jury selection today for the trial.

The heiress, 59, is alleged to have acted as a madam for ­billionaire paedophile Epstein by procuring young women for him and also taking part in the abuse.

Ms Moe said the emails showed Maxwell “sought to ingratiate ­herself” with “other influential men” by providing women.

Maxwell’s lawyers are fighting to keep the emails out of court.

They claim there is no evidence she asked the men for anything in return — and add she hooked them up with “adult females”.

Maxwell denies the six charges she faces.

Her New York trial is due to start on November 29.

She is at a Brooklyn detention centre, where she has whined about her alleged ill-treatment.

Prince Andrew is being sued by an Epstein victim over claims he sexually assaulted her.

He vehemently denies the allegations.

Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in 2019.

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