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The salacious trial of Ghislaine Maxwell that started this week in connection to multimillionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein featured the massage table he used with young girls and a photo of a box containing sex toys labeled “Twin Torpedos.”
On Friday, the jurors got a gander at a number of shocking pieces of evidence for the first time. They were given a peek at the interior of Epstein’s mansion but that was just the appetizer for this sleazy proceeding.
Epstein’s actual massage table was rolled into the Manhattan courtroom for effect, where former Palm Beach Police officer Gregory Parkinson, who testified Friday, examined it while wearing black disposable gloves. Then a very disturbing photo was shown of a “Twin Torpedo” sex toy that was seized from Epstein’s Florida mansion in the early 2000s, according to the New York Post.
Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey questioned Parkinson over a search warrant that was executed at the estate in October 2005 as jurors took a look at and considered the dark-green, collapsible massage table.
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Maxwell was reportedly about ten feet from the massage table and showed no emotion or reaction.
Parkinson told Comey that it was the massage table that was seized from Epstein’s estate on Oct. 20, 2005.
“It’s from the second floor south bathroom, where the shower was,” he stated while under oath.
Palm Beach officer Sgt. Michael Dawson took the stand after Parkinson was finished and explained what the police were looking for in the house in 2005.
“We were looking for massage tables. We were looking for massage oils. We were looking for sex toys,” he clarified.
Ghislaine Maxwell looks on uncomfortably as the massage table at the centre of the sex abuse allegations is brought into the New York courtroom (sketch by talented Jane Rosenberg at @ReutersWorld) pic.twitter.com/5MtzI7vq7Z
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That was when prosecutors presented a photo of a brown cardboard box that had a pair of sex toys called “Twin Torpedos” to the jury. The box was recovered by a colleague of Parkinson’s, Michael Dawson, who said it was taken from an upstairs closet.
The new evidence seems to be connected to the testimony of the first accuser, identified as “Jane,” who alleged that Epstein used sex toys on her and abused her during “messages.” She asserted earlier in the week that Epstein used a vibrator on her when she was 14-years-old with Maxwell in attendance.
“He liked to … use vibrators that were different sizes; and even, like, those back massagers that were, you know, painful,” she testified.
“How did he like to be massaged?” prosecutor Alison Moe asked the girl on Tuesday.
“He liked … very hard, like rubbing his shoulders really hard, and like twisting his nipples hard, and rubbing his feet hard,” she stated.
Epstein’s former house manager, Juan Alessi, also gave damning testimony.
He said on Thursday that Epstein was receiving approximately three massages a day by the time he left his job in 2002.
Alessi claimed he sometimes found sex toys while cleaning the massage room and stored them in Maxwell’s bathroom.
He called her the “lady of the house” at the Palm Beach property, claiming she often ordered him to schedule Epstein’s massages, and that he sometimes drove her on scouting missions to spas to find new therapists for Epstein.
Maxwell, 59, has pleaded not guilty to eight counts of sex trafficking and other crimes for allegedly recruiting and grooming girls for Epstein to sexually abuse.
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