ccording to Assistant US Attorney Alison Moe, Maxwell's claims that she has less than $1 million in the bank and no monthly income is "implausible," according to Bloomberg. Her lawyers have suggested that the 58-year-old is far less wealthy than people believe, despite the fact that she was an integral part of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's life - who left an estimated $630 million estate behind after he was found dead in a Manhattan jail cell last year.
At the bail hearing, prosecutors said they'd identified more than 15 different bank accounts associated with Maxwell from 2016 to the present with balances ranging from hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $20 million. She sold a Manhattan townhouse for $15 million in 2016 and still has one in London that she offered as a bail guarantee.
It's also unclear whether Maxwell has access to funds from an unidentified spouse mentioned by prosecutors Tuesday. She previously toured the secluded New Hampshire estate where she was arrested July 2 with a man who said he was her husband. According to prosecutors, the property was actually purchased by Maxwell for $1 million in cash using a limited liability company. After she was arrested, she told authorities she didn't know the name of the company that owned the house and that she merely had permission to stay there. -Bloomberg