The story of what happened to Ghislaine Maxwell’s cat after her arrest is too ludicrous for words
As Ghislaine Maxwell languishes in the clink for the next year, she will undoubtedly be gradually discussed less and less until her trial actually begins – but, for now, this wacky woman’s weird lifestyle continues to attract headlines.
Yesterday, aside from the Independent suggesting the mucky madam is now living in a prison compared to “hell” and The Sun commenting on her ex-boyfriend having his yacht “deep cleaned” (presumably to eliminate all trace of the stench of her), a “dog and cat news” website named Wamiz bizarrely reported that “60 armed FBI agents and police” had to scour woodland adjoining her house looking for a cat that scarpered.
Aside from Miss Maxwell (or whatever her marital name is given she is actually in a union of some form) trying to hide or run from those seeking to arrest her, it seems her cat got “injured at the start of the raid” and then “ran from the house and was lost to nearby woods.”
The animal was found four days later and is “doing well and recovering from its ordeal” supposedly, but whether it recovers from having had the paedo procurer as its owner will plainly not be known for quite some time. God help the poor creature.