"How the view?" Virginia Roberts Giuffre digs into Ghislaine Maxwell as she relaxes by the pool in Australia. She says, "If you hadn't abused 1,000 minors, you would not be staring at your toilet."
- Virginia Roberts Giuffre beat up alleged perpetrator Ghislaine Maxwell on Saturday
- The 36-year-old shared a photo of her relaxing pool in Australia on Twitter
- »Just sit outside and take some time to relieve stress after you and your lawyers make it. How the prospect? & # 39; Giuffre said in a crushing tweet
- "If you didn't abuse thousands of minors, you wouldn't stare at your toilet as a work of art," she added
- It comes after a federal judge orders dozens of documents relating to a civil defamation case against Maxwell to be unsealed this week
- The British celebrity submitted an emergency order to keep her sealed
Virginia Roberts Giuffre had some harsh words for her alleged perpetrator Ghislaine Maxwell on Saturday after the British celebrity desperately tried to block the release of explosive court documents detailing her alleged crimes.
The 36-year-old started Maxwell on Twitter when she shared a photo of herself by the pool in Australia, where she now lives with her husband and children.
“Hey Ghislaine Maxwell, I'm just sitting outside and taking some time to relieve stress after you and your lawyers are sneaky. How the prospect?
"If you didn't abuse thousands of minors, you wouldn't stare at your toilet as a work of art," Giuffre said in a devastating tweet.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre shared a photo of herself by the pool in Queensland, Australia, on Twitter on Saturday
The 36-year-old issued a devastating message to Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently in prison and awaiting trial for sexual trafficking
How the prospect? "If you didn't abuse thousands of minors, you wouldn't stare at your toilet as a work of art," Giuffre said of Maxwell
Maxwell is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn pending trial for conspiracy with Jeffrey Epstein for sexual abuse of girls.
Giuffe's comments come after a federal judge ordered more than 80 court documents released this week in connection with her 2015 civil defamation lawsuit against Maxwell.
58-year-old Maxwell, who has been charged with multiple sex trafficking charges, had filed an emergency order to keep the papers sealed, claiming this would destroy her ability to get a fair trial.
While a first tranche of court files was unsealed on Thursday, a U.S. Court of Appeals on Friday agreed to temporarily postpone the publication of a 2016 deposit on Maxwell's sex life.
Her lawyer argued that finding an impartial jury outside the public could be "difficult if not impossible".
The deposit, which took place in April 2016, was scheduled for Monday.
Virginia Roberts claimed that she was brought to Prince Andrew at least three times after unsealed court documents. He vehemently denied the allegations
58-year-old Maxwell pleaded not guilty of helping Epstein from 1994 to 1997 to recruit and ultimately abuse three girls, and of perjuring himself by denying their participation under oath
Giuffre has long claimed that she was trafficked by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein when she was a minor with the help of his alleged "Madame" Maxwell.
Maxwell is accused of having supported the sexual abuse of several girls by the ashamed financier by allegedly recruiting and caring for them to have sex with him and other powerful men.
Giuffre also claimed that Maxwell arranged for her to have sex with Prince Andrew three times: once in Epstein's New York apartment, once in the Caribbean, and once in her London home in March 2001.
A now notorious photo of Giuffre, Prince Andrew and Maxwell in Ghislaine's 2001 apartment has been widely distributed.
Earlier this week, Giuffre revealed her new hairstyle to her Twitter followers and announced that she had to have a surgery on her neck
Prince Andrew has vigorously denied all of Robert's allegations.
Maxwell did not plead guilty to helping Epstein recruit abuse of three girls from 1994 to 1997 and to commit perjury by denying their involvement under oath.
Earlier this week, Giuffre revealed her new hairstyle to her Twitter followers after switching from blonde to brunette, and revealed that she had to undergo neck surgery.
In a follow-up tweet, she added: "Keep your fingers crossed, the operation is a success and I can continue on my way to justice."
She did not provide any details about the operation or its purpose.
Days later, she posted a photo in a frill and said she was waiting to find out if she needed a steel rod on her back.