Disgraced Ghislaine Maxwell is pleading for forgiveness from the public by portraying herself as “just a girl who made a mistake” when she served as an elite madame of young women and saying in a recent interview that she regrets ever having met the disgraced and deceased Jeffrey Epstein, who was convicted and disgraced.
As stated in her bio:
“Maxwell is a British convicted sex offender and former socialite. In 2021, she was found guilty of child sex trafficking and other offenses in connection with the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. She was sentenced, in a New York court, to 20 years imprisonment on 28 June 2022.”
She appears ready to reveal information on Epstein’s clients in order to assess her prospects of avoiding jail time.
With her most recent admission of sorrow, Maxwell has hinted that there will be repercussions for a woman who is ridiculed for coming out. We can also observe that “Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned.”
In the interview, Maxwell concedes that one of the potential outcomes is that it will enrage people like former presidents and senators. And that knowledge puts former Democrat President Bill Clinton under intense scrutiny.
Maxwell, according to Carmine Sabia, who reported on the story for Conservative Brief, “the imprisoned former girlfriend of the late, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex trafficker, has broken her silence on those who were close friends.”
Sabia notes that in an exclusive interview with The Daily Mail, she mentioned several of her pals, including former president Bill Clinton, whose friendship she described as “special.”
According to The Daily Mail with additional information:
“It was a special friendship, which continued over the years,” she said of her friendship with the former president.
“We had lots in common. I feel bad that he is another victim only because of his association with Jeffrey. I understand that he, like others, can no longer consider me a friend.
“I said in open court in my statement that meeting Jeffrey Epstein was the greatest mistake of my life,” she said.
“And obviously, if I could go back today and I would avoid meeting him, and I would say that would be the greatest mistake I’ve ever made, and I would make different choices for where I would work. Obviously,” she said.
“I think there are many women who can identify with my story. Many have either fallen in love with or had relationships with men that in hindsight they look back on and say ‘What was I thinking?’ I imagine there’s not a woman on the planet who would not think that about one or other of their boyfriends,” the former socialite said.
“There were things to mention here about him that I cannot discuss because of the appeal, but I can’t say anything more than that.”
“All this is a fictional version of me.”
“It has been created to fit the storyline. It has nothing to do with who I am.”
“So many people contribute to the fake, created version, like a Disney character, the Wicked Witch if you will,” she said before saying she was frightened of what will happen to her in prison.”
“Jails are dangerous.”
“And, actually, given what I have seen and witnessed in jail – guards selling drugs and being inappropriate in every way, I have seen all those things and therefore feel prisons are not safe spaces.
“Until you’ve been here, you don’t understand how appalling it is.
“I would tell anybody to do everything possible to avoid coming to jail,” she said.
Why have none of Ghislaine Maxwell’s clients been raided by the FBI yet?
Was any of it real?
— James Bradley (@JamesBradleyCA) October 16, 2022
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Another person of interest to Maxwell is Britain’s Prince Andrew.
“Yes, I follow what is happening to him,” she said about Andrew. “He is paying such a price for the association with Jeffrey Epstein. I care about him, and I feel so bad for him… CONTINUE REAIDNG…