- 'Indirect' threat: Looks like Maxwell wasn't just Epstein's "madam." The British socialite—now behind bars—also had sex with Giuffre, Epstein, and someone whose name is redacted: "I had to go down on Ghislaine," says Giuffre, per New York. Epstein and Maxwell allegedly warned her not to upset them, which Giuffre calls an "indirect" threat that "scared" her. "I don't believe that any of the girls involved were truly willing participants doing it out of their own wanting," she adds.
- Not dating: Emails between Epstein and Maxwell show the socialite trying to hide their romantic relationship by getting another person (identified as "shelley") to claim she was dating him: "I would appreciate it if shelley would come out and say she was your g'friend - I think she was from end 99 to 2002," Maxwell wrote in January 2015, per the BBC. Epstein wrote back that this is "ok, with me."
- 'Nothing wrong': In another email, Epstein wrote her that "you have done nothing wrong and i woudl urge you to start acting like it. go outside, head high, not as an esacping convict [sic]. go to parties. deal with it," per the Daily Beast. The emails seem to undermine a claim Maxwell's lawyer made in seeking bail, that Maxwell and Epstein hadn't made contact for over 10 years.
- Her sex list: Giuffre says Maxwell told her to have sex with several powerful figures, including Alan Dershowitz, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Prince Andrew, hedge-fund manager Glenn Dubin, and artificial-intelligence scientist Marvin Minsky, per New York. Other names in the documents are redacted.
- 12-year-olds: Another on Giuffre's sex list was modeling scout Jean Luc Brunel, who allegedly brought three underage girls from France as a gift for Epstein. "Jeffrey bragged after he met them that they were 12-year-olds and flown over from France because they're really poor over there, and their parents needed the money or whatever the case is and they were absolutely free to stay and flew out," says Giuffre, per Vice. Epstein apparently laughed and said there's "nothing or no one that couldn't be bought."
- Mar-a-Lago: In her deposition, Giuffre also recalls how she met Maxwell at Mar-a-Lago, President Trump's Florida resort. Giuffre had a summer job there when Maxwell walked up and offered her extra work as a masseuse: "If the guy likes you, then, you know, it will work out for you," Maxwell apparently told her. "You'll travel. You'll make good money. You'll be educated, and you'll finally get accredited [as a masseuse] one day."
(Maxwell is fighting to keep other documents sealed