Ghislaine Maxwell has asked a US judge to release her under a proposed $28.5m (£21.4m) bail package as she awaits trial on sex crime charges.
The British socialite is accused of helping the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein groom young girls, reports the BBC.
A court filing released on Monday said Maxwell "vehemently maintains her innocence" and asked to be freed from jail until her trial.
She wants instead to be confined to her home and protected by armed guards.
Judge Alison Nathan could rule on this latest bail request in New York by the end of the year.
Maxwell's previous request for bail when she was arrested in July was denied.
She was in a relationship with Jeffrey Epstein in the 1990s. The financier died in a prison cell in August last year as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges, more than a decade after he was convicted for soliciting prostitution from a minor.
Four of the charges against Ms Maxwell relate to the years between 1994 and 1997, when prosecutors say she helped Epstein groom girls as young as 14. The other two charges are allegations of perjury in 2016.
She faces up to 35 years in prison if convicted in her trial, which is scheduled to begin next July.