Convicted Human Trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell Makes Wild Claims

In late 2021, Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of human trafficking, including of minors. Maxwell did this to aid convicted offender Jeffrey Epstein and his friends in their efforts to abuse both women and underage girls.

Last year, Maxwell received a conviction of about 20 years behind bars. Though while she was held accountable for her crimes, there are still many questions about who Maxwell and Epstein serviced amid running their human trafficking empire.

Therefore, many Americans are calling for the release of all names on that client list. During Maxwell’s trial, she was given the chance to release these names in exchange for a lighter sentence. This is a chance that Maxwell, of course, turned down.

Now, while she serves her prison sentence, she is making wild claims behind bars, as documented by Red State.

A Closer Look at Maxwell’s Allegations

It wasn’t too long ago that Maxwell alleged the infamous photo of her standing behind Prince Andrew and a 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre was a fake. In doing so, the convicted human trafficker also alleged that she had no recollection of Prince Andrew ever meeting Virginia.

Now, Maxwell is back at it, this time with claims about Epstein. Maxwell argues she didn’t know about Epstein’s “awful” nature and even wishes that she hadn’t crossed paths with him.

Unfortunately, this doesn’t bear out with the facts. Maxwell actively aided Epstein in his crimes, serving up underage girls and young women to be abused. She knew exactly what he was and what he was doing.

The women who were abused by Epstein allege that Maxwell not only actively recruited them to be abused by Epstein (and his friends), but they also confirmed that Maxwell actively participated in the abuse.

For Maxwell to come out now and pretend as though she’s another victim of Epstein just isn’t what happened.

Seeing Through the Lies

Thankfully, most Americans have been able to see through Maxwell’s lies and are calling her out accordingly. Social media users pointed out that Maxwell is far from a credible individual and, therefore, what she says should be taken with a grain of salt.

Others rightfully pointed out that the convicted human trafficker will likely say whatever she believes is necessary to benefit herself in any way she thinks possible.

It’s likewise been pointed out that if Maxwell was serious about atonement, she’d reveal the names on the infamous client list that remains under wraps. Until Maxwell does this, it’s unlikely that much of anything from her is going to be taken very seriously.

What do you make of Ghislaine Maxwell’s claims about Prince Andrews and Jeffrey Epstein? We’d love to get your feedback and thoughts about this in the comments area below.

This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.