Virginia Roberts Giuffre had some harsh words for her alleged abuser Ghislaine Maxwell on Saturday, after the British socialite desperately tried to block the release of explosive court documents containing details of her alleged crimes.
The 36-year-old took a jab at Maxwell on Twitter as she shared a photo of herself relaxing poolside in Australia, where she now lives with her husband and kids.
‘Hey Ghislaine Maxwell, just sitting outside, taking some time to de-stress after you & your lawyers shenanigans. Like the view?
‘If you didn’t abuse 1000’s of minors you would not be staring at your toilet as a piece of artwork,’ Giuffre said in a scathing tweet.
Maxwell is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn as she awaits trial on charges on conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse girls.
Giuffre’s comments come after a federal judge ordered more than 80 court documents pertaining to her 2015 civil defamation case against Maxwell be made public this week.
Maxwell, 58, who has been charged with multiple counts of criminal sex trafficking, had filed an emergency order to keep the papers sealed claiming it would destroy her ability to get a fair trial.
While a first tranche of court papers were unsealed on Thursday, a U.S. appeals court on Friday agreed to temporarily delay the release of a 2016 deposition about Maxwell’s sex life.
Her lawyer argued it could make it ‘difficult if not impossible’ to find an impartial jury, out of the public eye.
The deposition, which was taken in April 2016, had been scheduled for release on Monday.
Giuffre has long claimed she was trafficked by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein when she was underage with the help of his alleged ‘madame’ Maxwell.
Maxwell is accused of aiding the disgraced financier’s sexual abuse of multiple girls by allegedly recruiting and grooming them to have sex with him and other powerful men.
Giuffre has also claimed Maxwell had arranged for her to have sex with Prince Andrew three times: once at Epstein’s New York apartment, once in the Caribbean, and once at her London home in March 2001.
A now infamous photo that shows Giuffre, Prince Andrew and Maxwell in Ghislaine’s apartment taken in 2001 has been widely circulated.
Prince Andrew has strenuously denied all of Roberts’ allegations.
Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to helping Epstein recruit abuse three girls from 1994 to 1997, and committing perjury by denying her involvement under oath.
Earlier this week, Giuffre unveiled her new hairdo to her Twitter followers after going from blond to brunette, and revealed she was due to undergo surgery on her neck.
In a follow-up tweet, she added: ‘Fingers crossed the surgery is a success and I can continue on my path for justice.’
She did not share details about surgery or its purpose.
She then posted a photo in a neck brace days later saying she was awaiting to learn if she needed a steel rod down her spine.