The first accuser to testify at Ghislaine Maxwell’s criminal trial asserted that Jeffrey Epstein brought her to meet Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago rest in Florida when she was 14 years old.

The woman, who choses to remain anonymous and identified herself as “Jane,” did not accuse Trump of any inappropriate behavior when she met him at his club. She also did not specify during her cross-examination exactly what had transpired when she was brought to meet him. 

In 2019, NBC News released footage showing Trump and Epstein together at Mar-a-Lago in 1992. In 2002, Trump referred to Epstein as a "terrific guy," during an interview with New York magazine, despite saying in 2019 that he was "not a fan of his."

Maxwell, a British socialite and confidante of Epstein, faces six counts in federal court related to accusations that she facilitated the sexual exploitation of minors. She has pleaded not guilty.

Maxwell's siblings filed a complaint to the United Nations condemning a judge’s continued refusal to grant her bail.

"Ghislaine Maxwell is not Jeffrey Epstein," her lawyers claimed. "Ms. Maxwell vigorously denies the charges, intends to fight them, and is entitled to the presumption of innocence."