As victims of convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell prepare to share their experiences of abuse and trauma at her sentencing hearing Tuesday, lawyers for Maxwell tried to make a case that she's been a positive influence on other jail inmates, offering to teach yoga and more.
Another inmate at the Metropolitan Detention Center wrote in a letter submitted to the court that Maxwell also volunteered to teach English and help others get GED certificates.
The letter from the person in jail was submitted Sunday ahead of Maxwell's scheduled sentencing, where she faces decades in prison.
Maxwell, 60, was convicted in December of five federal sex trafficking charges related to her role in recruiting and grooming teenage girls sexually abused by convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein.
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