Ghislaine Maxwell took out local newspaper ads to recruit girls to work in Jeffrey Epstein's Florida property 'during school holidays'

Ms Maxwell reportedly placed an advert in 1997 asking for someone to 'answer telephones and do light cleaning work during school holidays'

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Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell took out ads in local newspapers to recruit girls to work in Jeffrey Epstein’s property in Florida “during school holidays”, it has been reported.

The Daily Mail reports that one of Ms Maxwell's advertisement was a listing in 1997 asking for a “person needed to answer telephones & do light cleaning work during school holidays”.

The ad noted that interested applicants should ring “Ms Maxwell”.

It is reported that the number on the ad matches a contact number the partner of Jeffrey Epstein gave to US police when she was stopped after a driving offence during the same period.

Daughter of media mogul Robert Maxwell, Ms Maxwell, is going on trial in New York today, on six counts of enticing minors and sex trafficking of children between the years 1994 and 2004.

The socialite denies all of the allegations.

The Daily Mail claims that they have uncovered three Florida newspaper adverts from 1997.