Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman infamously sought for over a year – especially after the August 2019 death of prolific pedophile Jeffrey Epstein – is under arrest. Officials arrested Maxwell Thursday at a private property in New Hampshire and according to reports, she’ll face a judge for a bail hearing this Friday in New York.
The “New York Post” is reporting that Maxwell sobbed during her initial court appearance in New Hampshire following her arrest – and insiders say that those in her infamous black book ought to be very afraid. Steven Hoffenberg, who knew Epstein and Maxwell for years, says Maxwell will easily spill her guts if that means saving herself. "If they keep her in prison, she’ll crack in two seconds,” says Hoffenberg. “She's not able to take that sort of cruel punishment, prison is too tough and hard... she’ll snap."
Of those? Hoffenberg says Prince Andrew should be terrified. While Andrew remains silent about his relationship with Epstein despite public calls for him to provide a statement, he’s also cancelled an annual golf trip to Spain out of Britain as he’s reportedly “too nervous” to leave his homeland. Maxwell is facing federal conspiracy and perjury charges in connection with accusations that she conspired to entice girls as young as 14 to engage in illegal sex acts with Epstein.
Source: The Guardian