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July 14, 2020 in this courtroom sketch.
Ghislaine Maxwell has asked a judge for a secret, closed-door hearing so she can request to be sprung on bail, according to new court filings.

The accused Jeffrey Epstein madam wants to keep private the names of proposed co-signers on a potential bail application — prompting her to ask for a sealed "in camera" hearing that would be held in a judge's chambers and away from the public eye.

Prosecutors, however, have objected, calling the request over the top.

"The Government sees no reason for an entire hearing to be conducted without the opportunity for the public or the victims in this case to observe," they wrote in a letter to Manhattan federal Judge Alison Nathan on Wednesday.

The prosecutors said the request for a hearing was related to Maxwell's "anticipated renewed application for bail."

Nathan initially denied bail for the British socialite in the days following her arrest on sex abuse charges in July.

"The risks are simply too great," the jurist said at a hearing, noting that Maxwell had shown an "extraordinary capacity to evade detection" prior to her bust.

The 58-year-old daughter of disgraced media titan Robert Maxwell is accused of procuring girls and young women to be sexually abused by Epstein. She is also accused of partaking in some of the abuse.

Nathan has not yet ruled on the parameters of the proposed bail hearing.

Maxwell is under intense surveillance while locked up at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, subjected to 15-minute wakeups, weekly body scans and open-mouth inspections, prosecutors wrote in another filing.

The feds are likely trying to prevent any mishaps as her case winds through court — after Epstein, 66, killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell in August 2019.