Ghislaine Maxwell, the long-time confidant and accomplice of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, may have her guilty conviction thrown out due to a juror reportedly lying about his past history of sexual abuse on a pre-trial questionnaire.

Judge Alison Nathan grilled “Juror. No. 50,” who has been identified in news stories as Scotty David, on Tuesday under oath over inaccurate responses he made before serving as a juror in the trial. David made comments to the press after the trial that contradicted his answers on the pre-trial questionnaire.

“I was super distracted,” David said as to why he did not reference his history as a sexual abuse victim on the pre-trial questionnaire.

David claimed in media interviews that he was sexually abused as a child and used his history as a victim as a way to sway other jurors. Maxwell’s lawyers are attempting to use this in order to get their client’s guilty verdict thrown out.

“I was sat right in front of the table, literally within four feet of that table where everybody was dropping off their questionnaires. People were asking questions, there was papers being ripped off the questionnaire packets, and there’s a lot of talking going on, and it’s super distracting,” David said.

“I skimmed way too fast … I just wanted to get done with this,” he claimed, adding that a failed romance had his attention and he was “thinking about the breakup that just happened a few weeks prior.”

“I just missed it. This was one of the biggest mistakes I’ve ever made in my life,” David continued.

Big League Politics has reported on Maxwell’s conviction for her role in Epstein’s child sex trafficking operation where she allegedly helped him recruit victims who were exploited by the globalist elite:

Ghislaine Maxwell, the accomplice of dead pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has been found guilty of five out of six charges related to her role in facilitating an elite child sex trafficking operation.

A Manhattan federal jury found Maxwell guilty of sex trafficking and four other charges. She was acquitted on one count of enticing a child to travel through state lines in order to engage in illicit sexual behavior.

According to the New York Times, the jury came back with the decision at 5:04 pm EST on Wednesday after five days of deliberation.

“Madame foreperson, has the jury reached a verdict?” Judge Alison Nathan said. “We have,” the forewoman responded.

“Ms. Maxwell was a sophisticated predator who knew exactly what she was doing,” prosecutor Alison Moe said to the jury during last week’s closing arguments. “She manipulated her victims and groomed them for sexual abuse.”

While the jury may have delivered justice to Maxwell, it is not likely that other participants in the Epstein child sex network will be punished as well. The courts were careful to conceal these individuals from public scrutiny, and cameras were banned from the courtroom throughout the proceedings…

Maxwell may serve time behind bars for her criminal actions (if she doesn’t mysteriously commit suicide in the upcoming weeks), but nothing will be done to clean up the system of sexual blackmail that is used to control political, social and economic elites.

Maxwell getting off on a technicality would show how the system is set up to protect powerful predators. All of Epstein’s clientele have been shielded from justice.