Dec. 28 (UPI) — A federal decide on Monday for a second time denied bail to Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite going through expenses of appearing as an confederate of intercourse offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Choose Alison Nathan of the U.S. District Court docket for the Southern District of New York once more dominated that Maxwell, 59, poses a flight threat, citing the severity of the costs she faces.

“The courtroom once more concludes that no situations of launch can moderately guarantee the defendant’s look at future proceedings,” Nathan wrote.

In July, Nathan denied her bail, siding with prosecutors who stated that her wealth and dozens of abroad financial institution accounts make her an “excessive” flight threat.

Earlier this month, Maxwell’s attorneys proposed a $28.5 million bail package deal secured with $eight million in property and $500,000 in money, the submitting famous. Moreover, Maxwell’s family members and mates have agreed to offer an extra $5 million.

Maxwell pleaded not responsible to eight counts associated to accusations that she helped Epstein sexually exploit and abuse a number of minor women as younger as 14 from 1994 to 1997.

The costs embrace conspiracy, perjury, enticement of a minor to journey to interact in unlawful sexual acts and transportation of a minor with intent to interact in legal sexual exercise. If convicted, Maxwell faces as much as 35 years in jail.

She is about to face trial in July.