Ghislaine Maxwell’s supporters seek to share “family cooking recipes” just as her lawyers compare her incarceration to scenes from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ … Liver with fava beans and Chianti anyone?
Alleged mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell – if she ever even had it in the first place – has clearly lost the plot given last night her official Twitter account asked its followers to share “family recipes” fit for the “fall” season. What on earth is her agenda? Does she perhaps want to morph from a wicked wastrel into a wholesome, younger version of Mary Berry perchance?
Posting late Wednesday, the @RealGhislaine account – which is controlled ultimately by her family and PR peddlers (which includes the likes of Brian Basham) – bizarrely tweeted:
Have a great family recipe that reminds you of Fall? Why not share that recipe with a friend or neighbor and spread some good? #SAK
Elsewhere, early this morning crusading author of Ghislaine Maxwell: An Unauthorized Biography Kirby Sommers followed up by sharing news of Maxwell’s latest and sixth attempt to be allowed out on bail prior to her 29th November trial. Sommers remarked:
On Wednesday, November 3rd, Bobbi Sternhein on behalf of Ghislaine Maxwell submitted the 6th request to the court that she be allowed bail.
Sternheim claims that Maxwell’s incarceration rivals scenes of Dr. Hannibal Lecter as portrayed in the movie, ‘Silence of the Lambs.’
Sternheim’s letter itself – if not connected to a legal case involving minors and victims of sex trafficking by a powerful international paedophile ring – would make it into a comedy script. One paragraph of the rambling missive reads:
I write to once again ask the Court to release Ghislaine Maxwell prior to trial on the conditions set forth in her previous bail applications. My weekly in-person legal visits with Ms. Maxwell are conducted under the most humiliating circumstances that I have ever experienced in many decades of federal criminal practice. As disturbing and invasive as they are for no justifiable reason, I get to leave; Ms. Maxwell does not. The surveillance rivals scenes of Dr. Hannibal Lecter’s incarceration as portrayed in the movie, “Silence of the Lambs,” despite the absence of the cage and plastic face guard.
Given deviant devourer Miss Maxwell’s clear interest in cooking and The Silence of the Lambs, perhaps the Manhattan Detention Center ought to supply her with some liver and fava beans to lift her clearly rotten spirits; the Chianti, however, will clearly have to wait. Alternatively, if this is a bid for a space in the mental asylum to avoid trial, ‘Mucky Maxwell’ isn’t going about it in a very clever way.
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