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What's next for Ghislaine Maxwell – and will she cooperate with prosecutors?

While Ghislaine Maxwell ’s arrest Thursday in relation to confidant Jeffrey Epstein’s sex crimes answered some questions about her life – revealing, for example, that she hid at a sprawling, million-dollar New Hampshire estate, where she was picked up in a morning raid – still more questions arose about what’s next for the mysterious British socialite. Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell  Read more As she sits in custody, with plans by federal law enforcement to move her from New England to New York, at the top of many minds was whether Maxwell – long accused of grooming underage victims for Epstein – will cooperate with prosecutors. Despite Epstein’s death in a jail cell in Manhattan last August while awaiting trial, the authorities continued to investigate his crimes and other people in his network. Maxwell, 58, was charged on Thursday in a 17-page indictment with allegedly enticing a minor to travel to engage in criminal sexual activity, transporting a min

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