The widely-circulated photos of Ghislaine Maxwell, the ex-girlfriend and accused "madam" of Jeffrey Epstein, at an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles was staged by her attorney, according to a DailyMail.com investigation.
Last Thursday, the New York Post published what it described as the "first photos" of Maxwell since Epstein's death the Saturday before.
The photos' metadata is tagged with "Meadowgate," a media company owned by Leah Saffian, Maxwell's attorney, DailyMail.com reported.
But according to The Mail on Sunday— a sister publication to DailyMail.com — the bus shelter has most recently been advertising a hospital.
Outfront Media, the advertising agency that manages posters on that bus stop, also told DailyMail.com that the hospital poster had been there since July 28.
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She served 33 months of her initial 30-year sentence and was freed last February after her legal team presented an appeal before the Supreme Court and requested her retrial.
Paula Avila Guillen, director of the Latin America Initiatives for the Women's Equality Center, declared the verdict a victory for Hernández and El Salvador's interpretation of its strict abortion laws.
Depending on the charge, Salvadoran women who are suspected of having an abortion or an induced miscarriage can face serious charges including aggravated homicide, with sentences ranging from two to 50 years in prison, according to Amnesty International.
Elizabeth Deras, one of Hernández's lawyers, told CNN last week the defense team was feeling positive because prosecution witnesses presented evidence that suggested that the baby died from complications during the delivery, which might have cleared Hernandez of any responsibility.