A massage table and a photo of sex toys from Jeffrey Epstein's estate were displayed for jurors during Ghislaine Maxwell's trial

A green massage table and a photo of sex toys that were seized by authorities from Jeffrey Epstein's mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, were displayed for jurors Friday during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.

The sex traffickers are on trial in New York.

Jeffrey Parkinson, a retired police officer, testified that he recovered the massage table during a search of the mansion for a 2005 inquiry into billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. The jury was shown a photo of a box labeled "Twin Torpedos" full of sex toys that Michael Dawson, a colleague of Parkinson's, said he found in an upstairs closet.

Prosecutors have accused Maxwell of sex trafficking girls with her, sexually abusing them herself, and lying about her actions in a deposition. The woman who testified under the name "Jane" said that she had been sexually abused by the two men for at least five years.

She is currently being tried for six of the eight charges against her. She could face up to 80 years in prison if convicted.