Ghislaine Maxwell is unlikely to incriminate others in exchange for a lighter sentence, according to a new interview with her brother, The Sunday Times of London reports.
Earlier this week, a federal jury convicted Maxwell of sex trafficking underage girls, for which she faces up to 65 years in jail.
Prosecutors alleged that Maxwell, now 60, helped longtime friend Jeffrey Epstein procure and sexually abuse girls for decades.
Maxwell’s brother, Ian Maxwell, told the newspaper that he anticipates his sister will not take a plea deal.
“Prosecution confirmed no plea bargain offers were made or received” prior to the trial, Ian Maxwell told the Times. “I expect that position to be maintained.”
If that prediction stands, it would presumably benefit Ghislaine Maxwell’s alleged co-conspirators as well as individuals who have been publicly connected to the scandal,…