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The Burden Of Solitary Confinement Overwhelms Maxwell

The Burden Of Solitary Confinement Overwhelms Maxwell: Ghislaine Maxwell, who’s accused of helping pedophile Jeffrey Epstein run a sex trafficking operation, bemoaned the “onerous” conditions she’s faced while behind bars in Brooklyn in a new court filing.

Maxwell is requesting to be moved out of solitary confinement and into the general population at the Metropolitan Detention Center as she gets ready for her trial.

“It has become apparent that the BOP’s treatment of Ms. Maxwell is a reaction to the circumstances surrounding the pretrial detention and death of Mr. Epstein,” her lawyers argued in the filing.

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“As a result of what occurred with Mr. Epstein, Ms. Maxwell is being treated worse than other similarly situated pretrial detainees, which significantly impacts her ability to prepare a defense and be ready for trial on the schedule set by the Court.”

Her legal team also wants prosecutors to name the three underage victims they’ve accused her of assisting Epstein sexually abuse.

Secret Sex Chambers

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell didn’t just allegedly troll the streets of London, Arizona and New York for their victims. The dastardly duo had a secret lair on the Michigan grounds of Interlochen Centre for the Arts — the famed fine arts boarding school for children, according to one alleged victim.

In exchange for donations and hosting fundraisers at his New York mansion, the school allowed Epstein to build The Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge (now available to rent as The Green Lake Lodge).

According to the Daily Beast, one alleged victim who is suing the pedophile’s estate for $22 million alleges she was recruited at the school in 1994 while a 13-year-old music student, and was abused over a period of four years by Epstein and that Maxwell “regularly facilitated” the abuse and was “frequently present.”

The school, which cut ties with Epstein in 2007 after his child sex conviction, told the paper it cut contact with him, but Epstein “was permitted to use the lodge for up to two weeks per year” under a funding agreement. It added it “has no record of any other use by him beyond one week in August 2000”.

A previous statement said: “We have no record of any complaint raised against Mr. Epstein at Interlochen.” The school added that ­“policies would not have permitted Mr. Epstein any unsupervised access to students”.

However, another former Interlochen pupil, Melissa Solomon, alleges she met Epstein and Maxwell there when she was 14 and spent six years in their world but was not abused.

She claims they fell out when she refused to recruit girls for Epstein from Juilliard School in New York and refused a meeting with their pal, Prince Andrew.