Ghislaine Maxwell moved to lush low-security FL prison with unbelievable amenities

Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell like so many other rich, politically privileged felons won’t be doing any hard time for her crimes and will be whiling away her time behind bars at a cushy women’s prison in the Florida panhandle.

In the latest twist in the sordid saga of ultra-wealthy, financier, pedophile, and alleged blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein, his longtime cohort and madam who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the sex trafficking of young girls has been transferred to a “club fed” style of low-security prison with numerous amenities including yoga and Pilates.

Epstein, whose lurid exploits when he hobnobbed with the rich and powerful including BFF Bill Clinton on both his private jet the “Lolita Express” as well as on a private Caribbean island which was known by the locals as “pedo island” and “orgy island” were notorious, never lived to stand trial, being found dead in his high-security Manhattan federal prison cell in 2019 under mysterious circumstances. Maxwell avoided a similar fate.

The 60-year-old socialite’s new home is at the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution, a facility that has also been home to such luminaries as Russian spy Maria Butina, nursing home serial killer Catherine May Wood and terrorist Colleen LaRose, who is better known as Jihad Jane among others.

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In addition to Pilates and practicing yoga, other inmate activities include an artwork and hobby craft program, movies, and talent shows.

Additionally, Maxwell will be allowed to spend “up to $360 a month at the commissary, which offers toiletries like a collagen elastin facial for $6.22 and snacks, including smoked gouda spread for $1.80 and Nutella for $4.90,” according to Fox News.

While not nearly up to the lavish lifestyle and standards enjoyed by the jet-setting woman of high society, the Tallahassee facility is a big improvement over her digs at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn where she was detained since her arrest in 2020 and often complained of poor conditions including rats and lousy food.

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The facility is about 360 miles north of Epstein’s opulent Palm Beach mansion where some of the abuses allegedly occurred. The den of iniquity has since been demolished.

“The prison, opened in 1938, has about 820 male and female inmates. According to an inmate handbook, people locked up at the facility have access to a wide range of classes and activities, including painting, leather, art and ceramics, musical instruments, team sports such as softball, basketball and volleyball,” according to the Associated Press.

“Even sex offenders are safe at the Tallahassee FCI, according to Zoukis Consulting Group, a prison consulting firm. An inmate told Zoukis that all inmates can walk the outdoor recreation area known as the yard,” Fox News reported. “‘Sex offenders can walk the yard,’ said one inmate, according to Zoukis’ website. Another prisoner added, ‘Everybody can walk, even women who killed their children or other people’s children. Nobody cares. And nobody cares about informants either.'”

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