Ghislaine Maxwell Placed in “COVID Isolation” Amid Fears She’ll Soon Be Found Dead

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07/08/2020

Ghislaine Maxwell has been placed in COVID isolation for 14 days at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, as fears continue to mount that she will not survive long enough to stand trial and potentially implicate a cabal of elites involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile ring.

Maxwell, 58, was transferred to Brooklyn from a New Hampshire prison on Monday so she can face justice in New York, where she and Jeffrey Epstein allegedly preyed on underage girls for decades.

According to the New York Post, Maxwell has a security camera trained on her cell and will be shadowed by guards every time she leaves it.

They want to make sure she’ll stand trial,‘ the source said.

However, as many people have pointed out, Jeffrey Epstein also had a security camera trained on his cell, and guards charged with specifically monitoring him — and he didn’t live long enough to stand trial.

DailyMail report: Maxwell will dodge her first public appearance in Manhattan’s Federal Court, after opting instead to appear remotely due to the COVID health crisis and ‘significant safety issues’ related to in-court proceedings.

The 58-year-old socialite – who once mixed with celebrities, presidents and royalty at high-class parties – is now bedding in at the Metropolitan Detention Center, once described by a judge as ‘like a third-world country‘.

Guards at the jail, which is different to the one where Jeffrey Epstein died last year, have been jailed for raping female prisoners, while the jail also lost power for an entire week during winter last year – leaving inmates locked in freezing, dark cells.

It is unclear exactly how long Maxwell will remain in the jail, which is typically used as a waiting room for those with an upcoming court date.

Maxwell’s legal team – which now includes Christian Everdell, a former New York prosecutor who helped put down El Chapo – are still trying to set a date with a judge.

Ghislaine Maxwell is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, in a 10ft by 12ft cell that contains little other than a bunk bed (pictured) and a toilet.
The prison (cell toilet pictured) has been described as one of the most troubled in America by its former warden, and ‘like a third-world country’ by a judge.

Initially it was thought she would appear in court on Friday, but that date could now be as soon as Thursday this week or as late as Tuesday next week.

It comes after Maxwell’s lawyers struck a deal with the judge allowing her to appear over video link, rather than in person.

At least until that appearance takes place, and perhaps afterwards, Maxwell will call the MDC home.

A New York judge once said she avoids sending women to the prison because the conditions are similar to ‘some third-world country’.

The MDC is located in Greenwood Heights, opposite the famous cemetery and just a 15 minute drive from the Brooklyn Bridge.

Meanwhile Cameron Lindsay, a former warden at the MDC, described life in the jail as ‘a crushing experience’, especially for someone who is used to the high life.

You go from living a life like Maxwell to all of a sudden being… strip-searched and having people look into your body cavities,‘ he said.

One of the biggest questions facing prison bosses will be whether to keep Maxwell in a 10ft by 12ft cell alone, or with another prisoner.

Giving her a cellmate would help prevent suicide, a key issue after Epstein’s death, but will also make her a target.

For other prisoners, injuring Maxwell ‘would be a badge of honor,‘ said Lindsay.

Another source told the New York Post that Maxwell will have a security camera trained on her cell and will be shadowed by guards every time she leaves it.

They want to make sure she’ll stand trial,‘ the source said.

Maxwell’s life with Epstein was one of private jets, Caribbean islands and partying with luminaries including Prince Andrew.

After Epstein’s arrest, she was hiding out on a million-dollar estate in New Hampshire and had access to 15 bank accounts with combined balances that at times topped $20 million.

But at the MDC, she will have just T-shirt and other basic clothing, a thin mattress, pillow and blanket.

She may be allowed to have an approved religious medallion or book, such as the Bible, but that’s it.

Detainees ‘have nothing of their personal property,‘ Lindsay said.

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