Ghislaine Maxwell, an associate and suspected accomplice of disgraced financier and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, is set to be arraigned at a federal court in Manhattan Tuesday, on a number of sex crime charges.

Maxwell, 58, will appear before the court via live video feed for the arraignment and bail arguments.

The prosecution has called for Maxwell to be barred from freed on bail, saying the wealthy British socialite is a flight risk.

Maxwell was arrested on July 2nd and indicted on six charges, including allegations of aiding in sex trafficking.

The charge sheet includes two counts of perjury, one count of conspiracy to entice minors to travel for the purposes of engaging in illegal sex acts, one county of enticing minors to travel for the purposes of engaging in illegal sex acts, conspiracy to transport minors for the purpose of illegal sex acts, and transporting minors with intent to engage in illegal sexual activity.

If convicted, Maxwell could face up to 35 years in prison.

In December, it was reported that Maxwell was under investigation by the FBI over her connections with Epstein, who died in his jail cell in Manhattan last August in what authorities ruled was a suicide, months after he was arrested on suspicion of sex trafficking teenage girls.

Maxwell reportedly went into hiding following Epstein's death, with one report claiming she had fled to Israel. She was later found hiding at her Bradfort, New Hampshire estate.