New Sky Documentaries series on Epstein scandal is coming

The Ghislaine Maxwell – Partners in Crime series explores the criminal connection between Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein and is coming soon to Sky Documentaries.

The four-part series features revealing and emotional interviews with Maxwell’s siblings, Ian, Kevin and Isabel Maxwell, their friends, legal experts and their alleged victims, according to Sky. The docu-series is set to unveil the shocking Ponzi scheme of sexual abuse that Maxwell controlled and what really happened at Epstein’s estate, including his private island. Testimony at the trial describes a ring that abused hundreds of women and girls. It also explains how the once-respected socialite became an accomplice to one of history’s worst sex offenders.

In addition, Ghislaine Maxwell: Partners in Crime also includes the first in-depth television interview with Scotty David, known as Jury 50, giving viewers a glimpse of the jury room. After the verdict, he had a surprise in store that nobody expected. His revelations about what he failed to fill out on his jury questionnaire prompted Maxwell’s defense to request a new trial.

The documentary series will be shown in double episodes on Sky Documentaries from Friday 3 June at 8:15 p.m. After the broadcast, the episodes are also up Sky Ticket and over Sky Q available on demand.

Text: Sky Germany/ Editor: JN

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