Ghislaine Maxwell’s accuser “was paid to set up Tom Parker Bowles in 1999 cocaine bite” – .

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Ghislaine Maxwell’s accuser “was paid to set up Tom Parker Bowles in 1999 cocaine bite” – .



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One of Ghislaine Maxwell’s accusers was instrumental in setting Tom Parker Bowles into a newspaper cocaine bite in the ’90s, it has been reported.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is expected to appear as a prosecution witness in Maxwell’s trial which is due to start on November 29 and is expected to be the trial of the century.

But, according to the Telegraph, it has now emerged that the woman has been paid up to £ 40,000 to help a tabloid newspaper set up Mr Parker Bowles, son of the Duchess of Cornwall, in a high-profile attack in 1999 .

The newspaper reports that the incident could be raised during Maxwell’s trial as part of the defense attempt to undermine the credibility of prosecution witnesses.

One of Ghislaine Maxwell’s accusers was involved in setting Tom Parker Bowles (pictured in 2018) in a newspaper cocaine bite in the ’90s when he was 24, it has been reported

During the injection, which took place in 1999, Mr. Parker Bowles was secretly filmed offering to buy cocaine for the woman, which was used by the tabloid because she knew Mr. Parker Bowles at the time .

He also admitted to using cocaine himself with “someone he found last night” while working in France.

Mr Parker Bowles, who was 24 at the time and working as a publicist, was caught in the sting while at the Cannes Film Festival and the incident was splashed across five pages of the News of the World.

In contemporary reports, Parker Bowles has been described as “contrite” when it was said that Prince Charles, who was then patron of the Phoenix House charity, was “quite angry” with the 24-year-old and berated him for being caught. in the bite.

Tom Parker Bowles in 1999 at the Cannes Film Festival after the scandal broke

Tom Parker Bowles, who was 24 at the time (pictured in 1999) was the subject of a media storm after the sting that took place while working as a publicist at the Cannes Film Festival

It is believed the sting could be used by the defense team for Ghislaine Maxwell (pictured) to undermine the prosecution witness, who cannot be named for legal reasons, during the trial

It is believed the sting could be used by the defense team for Ghislaine Maxwell (pictured) to undermine the prosecution witness, who cannot be named for legal reasons, during the trial

The Telegraph also adds that another witness, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has already been arrested for possession of cocaine and use of drug paraphernalia.

Ghislaine, a British socialite and daughter of the late Robert Maxwell who is currently in a New York prison, is due on trial in the United States in just over a week.

Maxwell, 59, is charged with sex trafficking, with prosecutors claiming she helped pedophile Jeffrey Epstein recruit, prepare and ultimately sexually assault young girls.

She has pleaded not guilty and the trial is scheduled to begin on November 29.

Earlier this month, Maxwell spoke to the Mail on Sunday for the first time about her “living hell” behind bars – claiming that she had been assaulted and abused by prison guards, willfully deprived of sleep and received rotten food to eat.

Maxwell, whose $ 28million (£ 21million) bail request was denied for the fourth time last week, also claimed negative media coverage while in custody and deliberate detention of evidence made it “impossible” for her to receive a fair try.

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