Ghislaine Maxwell Has Reportedly Been Put On Suicide Watch And Is Wearing Paper Clothes And Sleeping On A Bare Mattress
After finally getting put into handcuffs for grooming and abusing underage girls as part of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking ring, Ghislaine Maxwell was moved from a jailhouse in New Hampshire to a detention facility in Brooklyn. The Bureau of Prisons reportedly didn’t want to move Ghislaine to the detention center in Manhattan where Jeffrey Epstein was kept, because that’s where he died in what officials call a “suicide” but what we call an “act of convenience for the powerful people took advantage of Epstein’s ring of illegal horrificness.” The Associated Press says that officials want Ghislaine to go to trial (or take a plea deal and spill it all) so they’ve put her on suicide watch and took away her bedsheets and replaced her prison jumpsuit with clothes made of paper. PAPER?! Wait, are they trying to keep her alive or kill her? Because if her paper clothes aren’t made of $100 bills or gold Haute papier, then she’s going to die from the embarrassment of wearing Fashions By Kelly Paper.
Today, Ghislaine’s lawyers stated in a court filing that she should be released on bail because she didn’t leave the country when Jeffrey Epstein was arrested last year, has been in constant contact with the feds for a year, and she was not hiding from the feds in New Hampshire, she was simply keeping out of the public eye. They want the judge to approve a bail package that includes a $5 million personal recognizance bond and house arrest in the Southern District of New York. Prosecutors want the judge to deny her bail since they believe she’s a serious flight risk due to the fact that she’s got millions in the bank and has three passports.
CNN says that a bail hearing has been set for July 14.
So until then, Ghislaine has to suffer from the agony of wearing paper clothes. Sources tell AP that they’ve taken away her bedsheets (since Epstein allegedly hung himself with bedsheets) and are making her wear paper clothes. They’ve also given her a cellmate and are monitoring her constantly.
Federal officials were so worried Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime confidant Ghislaine Maxwell might take her own life after her arrest that they took away her clothes and bedsheets and made her wear paper attire while in custody, an official familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.
The steps to ensure Maxwell’s safety while she’s locked up at a federal jail in New York City extend far beyond the measures federal officials took when they first arrested her in New Hampshire last week.
In addition to her paper clothes, Maxwell will also be confined to a cell with a roommate during her time at the facility and will be constantly monitored by prison officials, AP reported.
I’m guessing that they gave Ghislaine a cellmate to keep more eyes on her. But well, IF Ghislaine should so happen to come down with coronavirus after being served a BLC (bacon, lettuce, and COVID-19), the guards could always point at the cellmate and scream, “No, we swear we weren’t paid off to poison her with corona. She got it from that cellmate!”