Convicted Sex Trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell Gets Low-Security Prison Treatment

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Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite convicted of sex trafficking and transporting a minor while serving as a madam for Jeffrey Epstein, has been moved to a low-security prison in Florida to serve out her 20-year sentence.

The Daily Mail reported earlier this week that Maxwell has been moved to Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee.

The outlet notes that the prison is located in fairly close proximity to Epstein’s Palm Beach estate where she lured some of his victims.

Epstein was convicted of procuring for prostitution a girl below the age of 18 in 2008 and was facing sex trafficking charges until he died, according to authorities by suicide, in a Manhattan jail cell in 2019.

With no parole for federal prison, Maxwell is likely to serve her entire 20-year sentence, though good behavior could result in some time being shaved off.

She will be eligible for release on July 17, 2037.

RELATED: Elon Musk Is Right – Where Is Jeffrey Epstein’s Client List?

Ghislaine Maxwell Moved to Low-Security Prison

Placing Ghislaine Maxwell behind bars at a low-security prison certainly raises some questions – especially when one considers the clients she and Epstein must have worked for, and the fate suffered by the latter.

FCI Tallahassee allows for inmate talent shows, airs movies, and provides a running track, yoga classes, and recreational library, according to a prison consultant who spoke to the Daily Mail. The old joke about “Club Fed?” This is it.

It hasn’t all been wine and roses, however.

In 2006, the federal prison saw controversy when six guards were convicted for a sex-for-contraband scandal involving female inmates. One of the officers opened fire on arresting agents, killing one and injuring another, before he was shot and killed himself.

A subsequent report by the Daily Mail indicates Maxwell will have the opportunity to earn anywhere between 15 to 27 cents an hour cleaning toilets, bathrooms, or washing dishes at the new prison.

Prison consultants also tell the outlet she “could become a target for other inmates unless she acts humbly and stops complaining about her life.”

RELATED: Longtime Aide To Bill Clinton Claims Former President Visited Epstein Island

Where’s the Client List?

The one thing on everyone’s mind as Ghislaine Maxwell serves out her time in a low-security prison is – where’s the list?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared a meme showing a montage of mythical or extinct creatures – including a T-Rex, a dragon, a unicorn … and the Epstein/Maxwell Client List.

“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,” he added. “Doesn’t that seem odd?”

The fact that authorities have kept the Jeffrey Epstein/Ghislaine Maxwell client list under wraps is pretty remarkable. The media not showing a whisper of curiosity is also suspect. 

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Shouldn’t the media be interested in who hired Maxwell to procure underage girls for sex? Shouldn’t that be a major story and potential scandal, considering the clientele roped into previous reports are quite high-end?

Doug Band, a former top aide to Bill Clinton, made shocking allegations in an interview with Vanity Fair in 2020, including claims that the former president took a trip in 2003 to Epstein’s famed private island.

Prince Andrew has been the subject of allegations, forcing him to settle with one of the accusers.

Maxwell’s lawyers have filed an appeal of both her conviction and sentence.

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