Ghislaine Maxwell Prison Sentence Soon to be Handed Down

Ghislaine Maxwell Prison .Welcome to the countdown! Ghislaine Maxwell, the 60-year-old sex trafficker, now waits for sentencing in New York, due on June 28.

Once the friend of the rich and famous, she now awaits her fate from inside a notorious New York City jail.

During her four-week trial, the government alleged: “Ghislaine Maxwell made her own choices. She committed crimes hand in hand with Jeffrey Epstein. She was a grown woman who knew exactly what she was doing.”

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Moreover, she was found guilty by a jury of five out of the six charges, including sex trafficking a minor.

Maxwell’s sex trafficking charge may see a maximum prison term of 40 years. At her age, she will probably die in jail.

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Ms Maxwell. Epstein’s foot


So what will life be like for her in a Federal facility?

I asked my friend Bailey, who works in corrective services in Australia.

He said she wouldn’t be completely safe, even in a sex offender section of a prison.

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Bailey told me about one prisoner:

“He spent his time in segregation from the other pedos because for some strange reason, prisoners believe their own crimes are exempt from judgement,” he said

“In other words, a pedo who did the same as him would look down on him for doing what he did. Does that make sense? Do as I say, not as I do type of thinking.”

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Maxwell

So what will life be for Ghislaine Maxwell?

“She, in my opinion, will integrate with those who want or think they can get something out of her. Money being the main thing.

Yes, she is definitely a target but can be kept safe-ish inside depending on how scared she is.

She will get belted, eventually, but they will move her around the centre or system even, to keep her from being a massive news story if murdered.”

Despite the furore over Epstein’s death, he said it would be hard to murder such a high-profile inmate.

“The stuff you see on TV where prison officers turn a blind eye is not real. There are too many CCTV, body cams and other things to prevent corrupt behaviour in that form,” he said.

“Crims find ways to do stuff, hide stuff from staff without us knowing that can be spun as staff corruption if you know what I mean.”

So I am going to give her a few tips and this time they don’t include brewing prison wine or 1001 ways with ramen.