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Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Housekeeper found sex toys, leather costume after Epstein's massages

Jeffrey Epstein received "up to three massages per day," his former Palm Beach, Florida, housekeeper recalled of the 12 years he had worked for the financier from 1990 through 2002. Juan Alessi took the stand at Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial Thursday to provide insight into Epstein and Maxwell's alleged dirty secrets and to corroborate victim "Jane's" story.

The housekeeper testified that Epstein received "one [massage] in the morning, one in the afternoon and another … after the movies, at 11 o’clock at night."

While the employee never witnessed anything that would happen inside the massage room, Alessi would be asked to clean up after Epstein’s massages. Sometimes, Alessi said, he found items on the massage table or on Epstein’s table such as a "large [sex toy]." He recalled "it looked like a huge man’s penis with two heads." So, he proceeded to put on his gloves, run it underwater, and "put the [sex toy] in Ms. Maxwell’s closet in a basket." Asked by prosecutors why he would put it there, Alessi replied: "That’s the place where it was kept all the time."

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