Nearly a year has passed since Jeffery Epstein allegedly committed suicide in his jail cell. Epstein’s death raised many an eyebrow, and has led to a plethora of theories claiming he was actually murdered while under suicide watch. The fact that multiple cameras just happened to malfunction while he passed away seemingly lends credence to the idea that foul play was involved.
Now, Epstein’s alleged Madame, Ghislaine Maxwell, has been arrested and charged for her part in the financier’s crimes.
Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by the FBI on charges that she conspired w/ Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse minors.
I want to hear what our gov’t is doing to protect her safety & ensure that cameras are monitoring her 24/7.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) July 2, 2020
FBI agents apprehended Maxwell in her million-dollar home early Thursday morning, July 2. She faces a laundry list of charges, including conspiracy to entice a minor into sexual acts and at least two counts of purgery.
Ghislaine stands accused of acquiring minors for Epstein and his many associates, which includes Hollywood stars, politicians, and even royalty — Prince Andrew from the UK, for example.
It appears that Maxwell was especially close with the Clintons; she was reportedly present at Chelsea’s wedding and, according to a new book, even had an affair with Bill (considering his lurid past, this doesn’t come as much of a surprise).
Meet Ghislaine Maxwell, the socialite daughter of disgraced, leftist conman, Robert Maxwell.
She was Jeffrery Epstein’s pimp, groomer, fixer, confidante, and enforcer for two decades.
She also earned a front row invitation to Chelsea Clinton’s intimate wedding. pic.twitter.com/6rsK5f0ORl
— John LeFevre (@JohnLeFevre) July 9, 2019
Now that she’s in custody, the question is, can the government keep Maxwell alive long enough to face trial? Or will she become the next viral meme: “Maxwell didn’t kill herself”?
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