Ghislane Maxwell doing hard time while waiting for trial

Daily Mail [UK] –

Ghislaine’s prison nightmare before Christmas: Maxwell has no soap, no toothbrush, no bra (it’s a suicide risk), 30 minutes out of her cell just three times a week and a torch in her face every 15 minutes

“…The authorities say they are simply trying to keep her alive and ensure she doesn’t copy Epstein, who was able to hang himself in jail as he awaited trial.”




11 thoughts on “Ghislane Maxwell doing hard time while waiting for trial

  1. flyingcuttlefish December 5, 2020 / 10:43 am

    Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers oddly reference NJ judge’s slain son in bail bid

    “Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell invoked the murder of New Jersey Judge Esther Salas’ son to argue that the British socialite’s renewed motion for bail should remain largely under seal.

    “Given the sensitive subject matter of this case, the sureties have legitimate fears for their safety if they are publicly identified,” wrote Maxwell’s lawyer Christian Everdell in the Nov. 30 federal filing unsealed Friday.

    “As we have all been recently reminded with the tragic case of the death of Judge Esther Salas’s son, there are people who are capable of committing horrible acts of violence — even against innocent third parties — by convincing themselves that their actions are justified.”” (more)


    • flyingcuttlefish December 9, 2020 / 3:37 pm

      “The warden of the Manhattan Detention Complex will not be testifying about Ghislaine Maxwell’s “onerous” prison conditions, a judge ruled Tuesday.

      Defense lawyers for the British socialite have repeatedly asked US District Judge Alison Nathan to summon Warden Heriberto Tellez to provide an accounting of their client’s alleged mistreatment — but the request was formally denied.”


  2. flyingcuttlefish December 20, 2020 / 8:09 am

    “Late on Friday night, US Attorney Audrey Strauss filed a withering 36-page reply to Maxwell’s bail application, portraying her as a cold, conniving liar and conwoman who wouldn’t hesitate to flee to escape justice should Judge Alison Nathan grant her request for bail – a decision that could come as early as tomorrow.”

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