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Attention Seeking Maxwell – Evil Nonce Ghislaine Maxwell’s Latest Audacious Antics

Attention Seeking Maxwell – Evil Nonce Ghislaine Maxwell’s Latest Audacious Antics

Attention seeking noxious nonce Ghislaine Maxwell continues to misbehave; fellow prisoners respond with “snitches get stiches” comments after she “ratted out” two “violent” Cuban inmates

Predictable to her rotten core, mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell has yet again proven she simply doesn’t understand the concept of “the rules are the rules” and that of “playing the game” being the best way to survive life in the pokey.


The convicted criminal sex offending deviant daughter of the late pension plunderer Robert Maxwell and the one-time lover of the Ponzi scheming paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, it was yesterday revealed, has now made enemies at the Florida prison where she is set to spend the next 20 years of her life, FCI Tallahassee.


Said to be “living in fear of retaliation… after she snitched on two violent inmates who tried to exort her” according to the New York Post’s Patrick Reilly, 61-year-old attention seeking Maxwell got two “tattooed, tall and thick” Cuban women placed in solitary confinement for 47 days and of this an unnamed source told the’s Ben Ashford:


“‘Las Cubanas’ have a reputation for being tough and mean inside jail and they don’t let anything slide. They are saying Maxwell needs to pay for the 47. ‘Snitches get stitches,’ as the saying goes. They will beat her up the first chance they get.”


“When the Cubans discovered what ‘Max’ [the prison nickname of Maxwell] was doing [she was allegedly ‘stealing’ extra fruit, tofu and vegetables with the help of a prison kitchen worker], they demanded she spend her entire commissary limit of $360 on things for them otherwise they would report her.”


“They even wrote her a note which was a bad idea as ‘Max’ took that to the Lieutenant’s office as evidence of blackmail. They take that sort of thing very seriously as it’s considered to be threatening someone. The girls each spent 47 days in the SHU and they are super angry about it.”


“The first rule of life inside is you never snitch. If you have a problem, you handle it with the other inmate, one on one, usually by fighting.”


‘So, when the girls got out, Max was freaking out. She basically had a nervous breakdown over it. She even demanded a transfer. ‘Max’ was given the option of self-segregating by going into protective custody. It’s the same as the SHU, the only difference is that it’s voluntary, so she wouldn’t accept that.”


“One of the Cubans has a particular reputation for starting fights and intimidating other inmates. She gets out later this month so ‘Max’ is praying the guards can keep her safe until then.”


Maxwell – who has been snapped running in the prison grounds previously and who is now simply known as federal prisoner 02879-509 and who has used pseudonyms including ‘Jennifer Ellmax,’ ‘Jen Marshall,’ ‘Janet Marshall,’ ‘Mrs Scott Borgerson’ and just plain old ‘G’ – has previous form with trouble making in prison. In August 2021, the former ‘socialite’ had a “meltdown” and “tried to barricade herself in the video conference room in the Metropolitan Detention Center prison with a cart of legal documents.”


In August 2020, The Steeple Times reported on her “outrageously moaning about not having desk or email access” and quoted her lawyers as saying that she was “still not satisfied with the conditions she [found] herself in in a federal lockup in Brooklyn.” She also did not like being “forced to wear special clothing” or having prison guards “observing her and [taking] notes on her every activity.”


Editor’s Note – Unlike as is the case in many publications, this article was NOT sponsored or supported by a third-party. Follow Matthew Steeples on Twitter at @M_Steeples.


This afternoon on Twitter, Matthew Steeples asked: “Should evil nonce Ghislaine Maxwell stop moaning about prison life and instead name the names of those she sex trafficked her victims to?” By 2pm GMT on Thursday 1st June 2023, the majority of respondents favoured the answer: “Yes; it’d aid her victims.”

Names in the firing line most obvious from attention seeking Ghislaine Maxwell’s filthy ‘Little Black Book’ (if she decides to seek to minimise her sentence as she seeks an appeal)…

Ghislaine Maxwell has until later this month to cooperate and thus “name names” if she wishes to see her sentence reduced.


Those Scott Borgerson’s now ex-wife has been known to associate with – none of whom The Steeple Times is suggesting at this time as having been involved in any of her crimes, but whom she might seek revenge against for not offering her what she might consider enough public or even private support – include:



The low security Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) in Tallahassee, Florida houses around 860 female inmates and was opened in 1938. It is quite a contrast to the life of luxury that Maxwell is used to, but there are opportunities for her to continue her love of yoga and she could also take up painting, leather-work, art and ceramics. It is believed the mucky madam has also found work in the prison library, though it would definitely be best if she were kept away from computers – given her known ‘abilities’ at technical deviancy and connections with espionage.
Croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-lover and co-collaborator Ghislaine Maxwell has made friends since being moved to a low security clink in Florida. She is pictured here walking with an unknown fellow inmate, but is known to have taken Narcisa Veliz Novack (prisoner 91518-004) as a chum. Novack is notorious for having slayed her hotel husband Ben Novack Jr. in the Hilton Hotel in Rye Brook, New York and his mother, Bernice, in the garage of her Fort Lauderdale, Florida home in 2009. She was subsequently sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Run Ghislaine Run – Running is no doubt a relief from the monotony of jail for the one-time close associate of Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, Kevin Spacey and the Duke of York. After two years confined indoors in the Metropolitan Detention in Brooklyn, New York, the ocean obsessed vegan must love being outdoors in the Florida sunshine.
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