Disgraced British socialite and convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is now talking from her Florida prison home. Interviewed by the Daily Mail, Maxwell reminisced about her “dear friends” Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.
Still avoiding laying out specifics about the rich and famous who did partake in the late Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal activities, Maxwell voiced her sadness about the fall from grace of Prince Andrew.
She was interviewed first from jail in Brooklyn and then from Tallahassee’s Federal Correctional Institute where she is serving a 20-year sentence. Concerning the prince, Maxwell acknowledged that she follows his situation and said she feels “bad for him.”
She believes “he is paying such a price for association with Jeffrey Epstein.”
Maxwell addressed the infamous photograph of Andrew with his arm around a 17-year-old female. She insisted, as does the prince, that the picture taken by Epstein himself was somehow doctored.
This is disputed by experts and the now-adult victim.
There's no way being called a "special friend" by Epstein's associate could be a red flag, right guys?
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Maxwell said that, where she was once a coveted associate, now she is a “wicked witch” to the rest of the world. She also claimed that people who “literally had nothing to do” with Epstein have been “canceled.”
One of the most prominent names associated with disgraced and now deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein is Bill Clinton. In her 2021 trial, Epstein’s former pilot testified that he flew Clinton to VIP spots around the globe on a private jet.
Maxwell did not shy away from discussing the former president in her interview with the Daily Mail.
She cites their relationship as a “special friendship which continued over the years.” She frankly said they “had lots in common” and claims that the former president is another victim of his association with her former boyfriend.
She admitted to understanding why Clinton and so many others “can no longer consider me as a friend.” Maxwell further called meeting Epstein, as she recounted in court, as the biggest mistake of her life. If she could, she said she would go back in time and “make different choices.”