Former Epstein Girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell Scared She’ll Meet Same Fate In Jail

Ghislaine Maxwell, the recently arrested former girlfriend of the utterly despicable pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, is reportedly a believer in the theory that her special guy was murdered behind bars and that the same fate awaits her.

You know, given all of the powerful people they two were connected to who might want to keep their names from being dropped during an interrogation, it’s not an unfounded fear. Lots of folks would probably pay to have Maxwell knocked off.

A friend of Maxwell’s recently spoke to The U.S. Sun saying, “Everyone’s view, including Ghislaine’s, is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested.”

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Well, she is a pedophile — allegedly — so it’s not really surprising to think she might have gotten a little hate mail from people who think her crimes are disgusting.

Here’s more from Fox News:

Maxwell has been charged with conspiracy and perjury in a multi-state sex trafficking ring involving three unnamed minors between 1994 and 1997.

Last week, New York Judge Alison Nathan said the British socialite, accused of sexually abusing and exploiting girls as young as 14 alongside Epstein, posed too great a flight risk to be allowed to leave. Maxwell will be behind bars in a Brooklyn, N.Y., detention center until her trial, tentatively scheduled for July 2021. She was arrested on July 2 at her New Hampshire estate.

Maxwell’s friend, who was “in regular contact with Maxwell at her secret New Hampshire hideaway,” claims death threats ahead of her arrest forced the British socialite to hire security guards and led her to believe she, like Epstein, would not live to see her day in court.

As of right now, Maxwell denies all of the charges made against her. If she ends up getting convicted, she could spend up to 35 years in prison.

And yet, that still wouldn’t be long enough to truly pay for her crimes against humanity.