Emails of Jeffrey Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell were hacked

Maxwell reportedly kept her emails on a private server, and her lawyer wrote that soon after her email address, “linked to her own domain name,” was published, “hackers breached the host computer.”

He did not respond to questions from the Miami Herald and its parent company, McClatchy, about how Maxwell learned that her email server had been hacked and whether she knew if hackers had accessed or removed any information from the server.

Cybersecurity experts said that publication of Maxwell’s email address — and the name of her private domain — could make it easier for hackers to access her information.

A judge is expected to decide in the coming weeks whether 8,600 additional court documents filed as part of a civil suit will be unsealed. The documents could provide damaging new information about Epstein’s network of celebrity friends, including Prince Andrew, whom Maxwell reportedly exchanged emails with in 2015 about Virginia Roberts Giuffre—a woman who claims she was forced to sleep with the royal on three occasions when she was 17 years old.

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