Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged ex-madam of the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, does not believe that he really committed suicide in prison last August. In fact, Maxwell thinks Epstein was murdered. And, she’s terrified that the same thing will happen to her while she’s behind bars.
Maxwell Think Epstein Was Murdered
“Everyone’s view including Ghislaine’s is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested,” an unnamed friend of Maxwell’s told the Sun .
This friend, who was reportedly “in regular contact with Maxwell at her secret New Hampshire hideaway,” went on to say that these death threats led to her hiring a team of security guards. They also have caused the 58-year-old British socialite to think that she will not live to see her trial. Her trial is scheduled to take place in July of 2021.
A judge has ordered that Maxwell be held without bail until then because she is seen as a significant flight risk. She has international connections to powerful figures as well as her immense wealth.
Maxwell is facing 35 years in prison if convicted on six charges related to her allegedly grooming young girls for sex with Epstein and his friends. Prosecutors say that she also took an active role in the sexual abuse of the girls at times. However, she denies all the charges against her.
Epstein Victim Testifies Against Maxwell
Last week, Epstein victim Annie Farmer testified in court against Maxwell. Farmer revealed exactly what the socialite had allegedly done to her.
“She was a sexual predator who abused me and countless other children and young women,” said Farmer, according to the New York Post .
Court papers go into detail about the alleged abuse Farmer suffered at the hands of Maxwell and Epstein.
“Maxwell touched intimate parts of Annie’s body against her will for the sexual benefit of Maxwell and Epstein. Maxwell exposed Annie’s breasts and groped her,” the papers state. “Annie was extremely distressed and afraid. She was a child in a massive ranch, away from her family, and isolated from any source of help.”
Farmer Came Forward After Epstein’s Death
Farmer’s lawyers explained that she only decided to come forward and waive her anonymity after Epstein’s apparent suicide.
“Until his death, the plaintiff feared that Epstein and his co-conspirators, including Maxwell, would harm her or her family, or ruin her life, if she came forward,” her attorneys explained.
Other bombshell claims about Maxwell include that she had a “sex swing” and would hang upside down “like a bat” from a device in the hopes that this would somehow make her look younger.