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Ghislaine Maxwell, the former madam of Jeffrey Epstein, allegedly broke down in court last week, according to sex abuse victim Virginia Roberts.
She claimed that when Maxwell appeared in court last week, she could be through sobbing and saying, "Why is this happening, how could this happen?"
reported that Maxwell was arrested by the FBI on charges that accuse her of working to "identify, befriend and groom" multiple girls, including one as young as 14. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reporters were only allowed to listen in on the court proceedings. Roberts claimed that during the proceedings, she could hear a "very loud British woman screaming why is this happening, how is this happening, how could this happen"
Roberts is the victim of Epstein who claims that Prince Andrew had sex with her on three separate occasions, including when she was a 17-year-old minor. The royal has long denied these claims. "Prince Andrew should be panicking at the moment because Ghislaine doesn't really care about anyone else but Ghislaine,"
Roberts said. "I think he would be quite shook up."
She went on to add that she feels Maxwell is finally getting what she deserves. "She ruined so many lives. She belongs in jail,"
Roberts said. "You want to hurt kids? That's where you go."
Though Epstein committed suicide last August and Maxwell is now behind bars, Roberts feels that there are more people who still need to be held responsible. "There were so many women in Epstein's organization that participated, who procured and who benefited from his sickness,"
she said. "I think Jeffrey was dirty, was sick. He was a pedophile. Ghislaine, she is the wicked one, and these women with her, they deserve the same punishment. They should be taken down as well."
This comes as authorities are becoming increasingly desperate to talk with Andrew about the allegations. He has previously claimed that he has offered twice to serve as a witness in the case. "We've been in contact with the US Department of Justice saying we're willing to offer assistance,"
a source close to Andrew said. "The Duke has indicated his intention to cooperate with the investigation and the ball is now in their court. There is still a dialogue going on and we are sure the Home Office would not want to intervene."