Ghislaine Maxwell’s CONDITION Revealed After New Order
(RepublicanDaily.org) – On Tuesday, June 28, US District Judge Alison J. Nathan sentenced Ghislaine Maxwell to 20 years in federal prison for her role in facilitating the sex crimes of Jeffrey Epstein. The court heard that Maxwell, now 60, helped Epstein for around a decade to find young women to abuse. Her trial ended with a guilty verdict six months ago. Recent reports about the disgraced socialite indicate her mental health may be deteriorating, though it’s not clear to what extent this is truly the case.
In the days leading up to her sentencing hearing on Tuesday, prison officials placed Ghislaine Maxwell on suicide watch. She was placed in solitary confinement and her access to basic amenities, such as stationery and toiletries, was removed. She was not allowed to possess or review documents related to her case. Maxwell’s legal team insisted the move was unjustified and not based on any evidence that her psychological well-being had worsened severely.
In a letter to Judge Nathan, one of Maxwell’s attorneys, Bobbi C. Sternheim, categorically stated her client was “not suicidal.” Sternheim concluded the letter by warning her team would move for an adjournment if Maxwell was not returned to the prison’s general population.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyer says she may ask to postpone her sentencing because she’s been put on suicide watch—but she’s not suicidal, according to the letter. pic.twitter.com/t65sq8uvOg
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) June 26, 2022
Ultimately, Maxwell’s sentencing hearing went forward, and it appears she will not be leaving prison anytime soon.
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