Ghislaine Maxwell Speaks Out on Jeffrey Epstein’s Death and Prince Andrew (VIDEO)
Ghislaine Maxwell, a 61 year-old currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for her involvement in a ѕex trafficking conspiracy with Jeffrey Epstein, has expressed her belief that the 66 year-old financier was murdered while incarcerated in 2019. During an interview with TalkTV’s Jeremy Kyle from within the Florida prison where she is being held, Maxwell voiced her skepticism of the New York City medical examiner’s ruling that Epstein had killed himself.
“I believe that he was murdered. I was shocked. Then I wondered how it had happened because as far as I was concerned, he was going to … I was sure he was going to appeal,” Maxwell told TalkTV’s Jeremy Kyle.
In addition to casting doubt on the official cause of Epstein’s death, Maxwell also took aim at Prince Andrew for his alleged involvement in the abuse of Virginia Giuffre, who accused him of paying millions in an out-of-court settlement. When asked about a widely circulated photo showing Prince Andrew with his arm around Giuffre, with Maxwell nearby in the background, she responded that it was “fake” and that she had only ever seen a photocopy of it.
Maxwell went on to express regret at never having realized how “awful” Epstein truly was before becoming involved with him. She insisted that if she had been aware then what she knows now, namely, how terrible his conduct was, then it would have been far better for all involved if they had never even been acquainted.
"I believe that he was murdered."
Ghislaine Maxwell speaks on Jeffrey Epstein's death, adding that she didn't know "he was so awful" and "wishes that she had never met him".pic.twitter.com/cpCBxt3SJV
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The long ordeal surrounding Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein has shone a spotlight on numerous issues concerning public figures and law enforcement practices alike, opening up conversations regarding ѕex trafficking and its victims while prompting deeper consideration into questions of justice. The tragic death of Jeffrey Epstein remains clouded by ambiguity even two years later, a situation that perhaps only Ghislaine Maxwell herself can provide some insight into as we await final word from both her court case and any eventual findings from those investigating Epstein’s death.