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UPDATE: Ghislaine Maxwell Living In ‘Constant Fear’ For Her Life

Snitches get stitches, or so the old saying goes. …

Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly living in ‘constant fear’ for her life while serving out her 20-year sentence in prison.

According to sources, Epstein’s former conspirator was the subject of an alleged extortion plot by two other Cuban, female prisoners.

Maxwell, who only eats a vegan diet, was reportedly receiving more than her allotted rations in the prison cafeteria.

These other prisoners found out about the extra rations of food and allegedly told Maxwell that if she did not give them the money in her prison commissary account, they would tell the prison authorities.

In response to this, Maxwell alerted the prison authorities to the threats made, and both of the female prisoners were sent to solitary confinement for 47 days. …

Now those prisoners are out in the general prison population and Maxwell is reportedly terrified of their potential retribution—I would be too if I snitched in prison.

Sympathy for the disgraced socialite and convicted sex trafficker was nowhere to be found on Twitter:

The New York Post reports:

The sex trafficker is shaking in her prison boots because the women have been released back into the general population at low-security FCI Tallahassee, according to the outlet.

Maxwell, who has been at the facility since July 2022, is apparently so terrified of retaliation that she’s refusing to use showers, where she fears she could be physically attacked.

Daily Mail provided more details:

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.’


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