Ghislaine Maxwell's new life in a Brooklyn prison — details

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As the accused accomplice of sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislain Maxwell is currently probably the most famous prisoner in the world.

RUNDOWN SHOWS:
1. Maxwell partying with Epstein, taking photos of Epstein with girls at party.
2. Arrested at luxury house. 3D image of prison building. Zoom into cell.
3. Animated details of cell layout and furnishings.
4. Receiving meager bedding.
5. Being woken up every 15 minutes to check if she's still alive.
6. Led to exercise cell. Locked into exercise cell. Doing basic exercises.

VOICEOVER (in English):
As the accused accomplice of sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislain Maxwell is currently probably the most famous prisoner in the world.

She was arrested at a million-dollar New Hampshire hideaway featuring a cathedral ceiling and a gourmet kitchen in July, and she had since been locked up without bail in a notorious Brooklyn jail.

The 58-year-old is currently being kept in a 10-foot-by-12-foot cell in Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center.

The cell contains a double-decker steel bed, a small steel table with a foldout chair, a steel toilet attached to a steel sink, and a doorless shower cubicle.

Maxwell was given a T-shirt and other basic clothing along with a thin mattress, pillow and blanket.

She may be allowed to have an approved religious medallion or book — but cannot have any other personal possessions.

Her lawyer complained to a federal judge that Maxwell is being "overmanaged" in jail, which includes guards interrupting her sleep every 15 minutes to check whether she is breathing.

She is allowed to leave her cell 3 times per week for half an hour at a time.

Her trial is scheduled to start next year.


SOURCES: Fox News, CNN, NY Post, Vanity Fair
https://nypost.com/2020/11/24/ghislaine-maxwell-is-awoken-every-15-minutes-in-jail-lawyers/
https://www.foxnews.com/us/epstein-maxwell-prison-virus
https://edition.cnn.com/2020/11/25/us/ghislaine-maxwell-prison-conditions/index.html
https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2020/11/ghislaine-maxwell-jail-quarantine