Maxwell, 59, was charged last July, 11 months after Epstein killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell while awaiting sex trafficking charges.
More than 100 documents from that lawsuit were made public late on Wednesday night in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan.
In court filings on Monday night, lawyers for the British socialite also complained that not enough Black and Hispanic grand jurors were used to indict her.
Brunel is suspected of having raped, assaulted and harassed several minor and adult victims
Maxwell had objected to being treated worse than other pretrial inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center, citing "onerous" conditions.
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Among the materials released were email correspondence between the pair in early 2015, including an email in which Epstein told Maxwell she had "done nothing wrong."
She also said she is not a flight risk, citing her lack of a prior criminal record and her having remained in the United States after Epstein's arrest last July.
Andrew has publicly stated he will cooperate with any "appropriate law enforcement agency." US Attorney General William Barr said on Monday there were no plans to extradite Andrew.