Ghislaine Maxwell’s relationships with sexual deviants were not limited to just Jeffrey Epstein; she was previously linked to former MP Harvey ‘Whacko’ Proctor
It turns out that the former MP and convicted criminal Harvey Proctor – found guilty of gross indecency with teenagers in 1986 – is linked to Ghislaine Maxwell via his former employer, the current Duke of Rutland.
On 26th October 1986, The People – then owned by the pension pot robber Robert Maxwell – ran a front page spread about how someone had tried to “blackmail” them and their proprietor if they “continued with [their] ‘campaign’ against the kinky MP [Harvey Proctor].” They claimed a caller had alleged they “would reveal compromising details of an alleged relationship between Mr Maxwell’s daughter Ghislaine and the son of a Duke… at Belvoir Castle with incriminating pictures of them in compromising positions.”
In the article, the alleged sex game and rentboy lover Harvey Proctor is quoted and tellingly bleated: “I know nothing about it at all. I would describe this kind of threat as absolutely disgraceful. I have no idea who would do anything like that. It has nothing to do with me. I have nothing more to say.”
The People had previously run an article about the then Tory politician that had suggested he “was not fit to remain an MP.” It concluded: “In the words of Oliver Cromwell: ‘IN THE NAME OF GOD, GO!’” The same now could perhaps be said of the murky missing madam of the moment Ghislaine Maxwell.