Transcript for Maxwell extreme flight risk, authorities say
Next, Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's long-time companion awaits behind bars. Tonight new details are emerging about how she remained in the shadows for so long and how the arrest may be turning up the heat on other former friends including Britain's prince Andrew. Reporter: Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite, an extreme flight risk. We have been keeping tabs on Maxwell's whereabouts. Reporter: Prosecutors argued Maxwell avoided detection and moved millions of dollars among 15 bank accounts. The allegations stretched back to the mid-90s. Maria farmer claims in a lawsuit she saw Maxwell bring girls back to his townhouse. Ghislaine Maxwell would go out on these drives to procure models she would say these are the new models. Reporter: Farmer said one night Epstein and Maxwell violently sexually assaulted her. I remember being in a lot of pain and having bruises. I was in a panic to the point I got myself up and got out of the room. Reporter: Maxwell denied all wrongdoing. Shock waves sent around Britain. I think prince Andrew should be very concerned. He has been asked by the government to give testimony which he has refused to give. Someone with nothing to hide would not be refusing to cooperate. Reporter: She claims Epstein and Maxwell claimed she fd her to have sex. There is only one I know telling the truth and that's me. I can absolutely catagorically tell you that it never happened. Adrian, to be clear Ghislaine Maxwell is expected to be sent back to New York City? Reporter: Yes, that's right, Tom. She was taken in to custody in New Hampshire and will be transferred right here to new York to face a judge in a bail hearing and if convicted she faces up to 35 years in prison. Next, the grim new details
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