Transcript for Jeffrey Epstein confidante reportedly resurfaces in LA
Now to new developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case. The jail guards on duty the night of his apparent suicide questioned for the first time, and the woman accused of recruiting underaged girls for him reportedly surfacing in los Angeles. ABC's linsey Davis is here with that story. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning to you, whit. Speculation has abounded as to the whereabouts of Ghislaine Maxwell. She's facing at least one lawsuit as a coconspirator. Pictures show as of earlier this week she was in Los Angeles at an in-n-out burger. For the first time investigators are now questioning the two guards tasked with watching Jeffrey Epstein in the hours before his death. A source tells ABC news the autopsy of Epstein revealed a broken hyoid bone in his neck which is consistent with strangulation or suicide. Ghislaine Maxwell was seen in public for the first time. Two days after his death by according to the "New York post," Maxwell was spotted eating at a local in-n-out restaurant in California, and according to witnesses, reading a book about CIA operatives. Maxwell has been accused by one of Epstein's alleged victims of recruiting underaged girls to act as sex slaves for Epstein and other men. Maxwell has denied and has never been criminally charged. The British socialite named as a coconspirator of Jennifer araoz, who claims Epstein assaulted her when she was just 15 years old. And that Maxwell and three other employees helped facilitate his crimes. Although she says she never met Maxwell. They robbed me of my youth, my identity, my innocence and my self-worth. Reporter: While Epstein's cause of death is still pending, the news of that hyoid bone broken, has conspiracy theorists weighing in. This is found near the Adam's
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