Intimate details of Prince Andrew’s pal Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex life are to be made public after the British socialite lost her legal battle to keep them secret.
A three-judge panel in New York on Monday issued their ruling denying the 58-year-old’s attempt to keep her seven-hour, 418-page deposition sealed.
“We cannot conclude that the District Court abused its discretion in ordering the unsealing of the deposition materials,” the panel wrote.
It is not known when the documents will be released.
Maxwell’s testimony was given in April 2016 in a now-settled civil defamation lawsuit filed against her by the Duke of York’s sex accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Andrew, 60, and his legal team have vehemently denied her claims that she was loaned out to him for sex three times in 2001 by billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
In the interview, Maxwell made statements about “consensual, and intimate conduct with other adults,” according to court papers.
US District Judge Loretta Preska had ordered the documents unsealed in July, but Maxwell’s lawyers had appealed the decision.
The Brit, who is the daughter of crooked media tycoon Robert Maxwell, was arrested in July and charged with grooming three underage girls to be sexually abused by her and Epstein.
The socialite is also accused with two counts of perjury for allegedly lying under oath during the deposition, in which she denied having any knowledge of Epstein’s relationships with underage girls.
Maxwell has pleaded not guilty and will face trial next year.