Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently serving 20 years for trafficking charges, has embarked on an identity redemption journey. Maxwell has now commenced empowering women and the need to maintain a high moral standard in a class of 40 inmates who listen to her twice every week.
According to a flyer pasted inside the Federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee, Florida, Maxwell’s crash course within the federal facility focuses on principles of etiquette.
#GhislaineMaxwell hosting etiquette classes for inmates in Florida prison as she tries to reinvent herself as a role model.
She’s teaching ‘the three principles of etiquette —focusing on respect, consideration and honesty.’
They’re taking the pi*s?
— 🇦🇺🇳🇿 ♀️Emma ♀️ 🇭🇺🇬🇧 (@TheCynicalHun) January 9, 2023
Sources at the facility say that Maxwell’s program “covers everything from having good manners to how to talk, dress, and carry yourself in a job interview.”
While many comments have been flying about Maxwell’s eligibility to groom women on best behavior, her circle of friends, including Bill and Hilary Clinton may be something to consider.
Some have also said Maxwell’s situation is a case of the apple not falling far from the tree. Her father was a controversial figure suspected of spying who lived in affluence until he died in 1991. It was not until his death that Robert Maxwell was revealed to be a fraud.
Maxwell was sentenced after being found guilty of five counts of federal human trafficking last December. The ruling implies that the 60-year-old will spend a significant amount of her remaining life in prison.
A group of judges concluded that Maxwell committed the crimes as a kingpin in Jeffrey Epstein’s trafficking empire. Epstein himself died in New York’s Metropolitan Detention Center while awaiting trial, a death that many have suggested to be suicide.
“Maxwell was a sophisticated predator who knew exactly what she was doing,” federal prosecutor Alison Moe said in pre-sentencing arguments. “She manipulated her victims and groomed them for sexual abuse,” she added.
Several victims of Maxwell’s sexual escapades furnished the court with statements before her sentencing. With Tempers left flying in court, a lawyer of one of Maxwell’s victims expressed her desire for Maxwell to spend the rest of her life behind bars.
In her defense, the accused spoke for the first time since her arrest, claiming that Epstein, her lover, was manipulative and cunning and fooled those closest to him into acting irrationally.
“To you, all the victims, I am sorry for the pain that you experienced,” she added, stating that Epstein should’ve been the one answering for his crimes.