A longtime pilot for Jeffrey Epstein is resuming his testimony on day two of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell's trial. Her attorneys Laura Menninger and Jeffrey Pagliuca were seen arriving and entering a Manhattan federal court Tuesday. Attorney Lisa Bloom, who represents several alleged Epstein victims, spoke to The Associated Press outside the courthouse: "I thought yesterday was a very strong day for the prosecution. You know, as an attorney for sexual abuse survivors, myself, I think that the prosecution, very clearly and concisely, laid out their case: that there are four victims here. That Elaine Maxwell knew everything that Jeffrey Epstein was doing, that she trafficked these women, that she was a part of all of it," she said. Maxwell is charged with helping the financier find teenage girls to sexually abuse.