As convicted mucky madam nonce Ghislaine Maxwell begins her 20-year jail sentence, it is not surprising that no prisoners want to share a dorm with her; her prison diaries will deservedly make for grim reading
Life used to be swell for a woman generally termed a “socialite” Ghislaine Maxwell. She had ponies and privileges and was educated alongside disgraced former chief of the Met Police Dame Cressida Dick, disgraceful Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his equally disgraceful, batshit bonkers sister, Rachel.
Now deservedly chucked in the clink for 20 years for abusing multiple victims and fined a paltry £618,000 ($750,000, €719,000 or درهم2.8 million) given her likely in excess of £19 million ($23 million, €22 million or درهم84 million) fortune, the MailOnline’s Jack Newman this morning reported that the daughter of the pension pot plunderer “has been warned she faces ‘getting the s*** beaten out of her’ in Danbury prison.”
Other inmates at the Connecticut minimum security federal institution – nicknamed ‘Club Fed’ given it supposedly being a bit more “cushy” than other prisons and which served as the inspiration for Orange is the New Black – “are already preparing for the arrival of the new famous convict and the prison will ‘not be a picnic’ for her,” Newman revealed.
“I’ve already gotten emails from women who wrote to say that they ‘hear Maxwell will be coming this way.’ They’re preparing for her arrival, already requesting that they don’t want her in their dorms. And the camp counselor won’t put Maxwell where she is not wanted, for fear that she may get hurt.”
“Women are worse than men about [prisoners convicted of] sex crimes. You have mothers there. They see a white woman charged with a sex crime and they think any one of their children could have been her victim. She [Maxwell] would get a lot of flak. She would get the s–t beaten out of her a bunch of times.”
““If [she] is smart she will hire a consultant to set her up with people inside. Teresa Giudice [a Real Housewives of New Jersey ‘star’ turned convicted fraudster] had that. She had a mentor set up inside. Somebody waited for her. She had a mentor walking her around, someone to say she is off-limits.”
“But that can backfire. People looked at Teresa, like, ‘Who the hell is she? She’s hiring somebody and now we can’t speak with her directly?’ That was a negative. Plus all the people who didn’t like the mentor instantly didn’t like Teresa.”
“It was as though she thought she was better than everyone else. Women can be catty. It took a few months before her big mouth got her into humiliating situations. On the phone, she was heard saying, ‘Prison is hell.’ Other prisoners asked, ‘Who is she to say that?’ Then they started taking pictures of her without makeup or hair extensions.”
Polverari also shared with the paper that vegan Maxwell will have to “eat like everybody else” whilst her brother, Ian, curiously enthused: “Frankly, getting… out of the hell hole of MDC must be an absolute priority.”
Going further of this high-profile prisoner, Larry Levine, the founder of Pink Lady Prison Consultants, added:
“She does not have a popular crime. People will try to take her out. They will try to beat the crap out of her.”
“[Prison officials] will want to put her in protective custody at Hazelton [ a West Virginia medium security prison].”
“If somebody from the outside pays off somebody who has a relative in prison, maybe somebody already serving a life sentence, they could put a sheet over her head, sharpen a toothbrush and stab this b**ch.”
“Can you imagine the uproar if she gets killed?”
Wherever she ends up, it won’t be an easy ride for this mucky madam sex trafficker, but one thing is for sure. Her prison diaries will make those of Jonathan Aitken and Jeffrey Archer look like a walk in the park.
Pictured top – The decidedly deviant and definitely off-her-merry-rocker one-time lover of Jeffrey Epstein in happier times living it up at a no doubt boozy bash. Now, as she likely sees out her rotten days in the clink, wouldn’t it be fascinating to read her prison diaries?