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Lawyers raise a stink over Ghislaine Maxwell’s jail care

NEW YORK (AP) — The rancorous fight over jail conditions for Ghislaine Maxwell are reaching new lows. Prosecutors blame the British socialite and Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-girlfriend for creating a stink by failing to flush her toilet. And her lawyer says her health is declining in a facility so mucky that even her salad has mold in it. The claims came this week in letters written to a Manhattan federal judge. The judge has thrice rejected applications for bail by the 59-year-old . Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to charges that she recruited teenage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse between 1994 and 2004. A trial is scheduled to start July 12. E

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