(The Post Millennial) – New photos of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were made public on Wednesday by federal prosecutors, revealing a close, intimate relationship between the two.

The photos were entered into evidence on Tuesday, according to the New York Post.

The photos were recovered in a 2019 FBI raid at Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion, FBI analyst Kimberly Media testified.

Some of the photos showed Maxwell giving Epstein a foot massage on one of his private jets with ample cleavage showing, even flashing Epstein in one shot.

Other photos show the two embracing in various locations across the globe.

Prosecutors have attempted to depict Maxwell and Epstein as “partners in crime,” throughout their time together, as underage girls were sexually abused by Epstein from 1994 to 2004.

The duo used massages to lure in girls for Epstein to abuse, prosecutors say.

Two victims in Maxwell’s trial have testified that she herself took part in the abuse in some cases, and in cases where she didn’t participate directly, she still had a hand in it.

“Even when she was not in the room, make no mistake, she knew exactly what Epstein was going to do to those children when she sent them to him inside the massage rooms, massage rooms inside the houses the defendant ran for over a decade,” Assistant US Attorney Laura Pomerantz said in her opening statements.

“When the defendant sent a 14-year-old girl into a massage room with an adult man, she knew exactly what was going to happen,” she said, noting that Maxwell was “essential” to the plans.

Maxwell is facing charges for allegedly grooming three underage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse between 1994 and 2004. She has been charged with six counts of enticing minors and sex trafficking.

According to the New York Post, a fourth accuser originally listed as a victim in the indictment was determined to be above the age of consent when she came into contact with Epstein. She is no longer considered a victim of the charged conduct.

Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime former pilot Paul Visoski Jr. testified last week that “Ms. Maxwell was the No. 2 and Mr. Epstein was a big No. 1.”

The prosecutions opening statement last week stated that Maxwell “imposed the rules,” and helped Epstein find the girls for “massages.”

“The defendant was the lady of the house. She imposed rules. Employees were to hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing. There was a culture of silence. That was by design. The defendant’s design. To get the girls to touch Epstein, they used the cover of massage. The defendant massaged Epstein then told the girls to do it. Epstein brought girls into his massage room every single day. It was sexual abuse,” the opening statement read.

“Before I describe those so-called massages, let me say: these are the facts. Epstein touched the teenage girls with equipment. He sometimes penetrated… The defendant helped Epstein find those girls, for so-called massages. They lured their victims with a promise of a brighter future then destroyed their lives. The defendant was jet-setting in private planes,” it continued.