Ghislaine Maxwell Ordered To Stay In Isolated Cell By Judge (REPORT)

Ghislaine Maxwell Ordered To Stay In Isolated Cell By Judge (REPORT)

(ReliableNews.org) – Deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell isn’t happy about the way she’s being treated in jail, according to reports. The constant surveillance is reportedly especially bothersome. On August 25, the British socialite lost a fight to make her living conditions more comfortable as she awaits trial on charges of aiding sex trafficking of underage children.

US District Court Judge Alison Nathan rejected a request by Maxwell to move to the general population so she could work on her defense. The accused criminal is currently in isolation. The judge also refused to end the surveillance she’s under, saying Epstein’s former lover provided “no evidence” to support claims the “surveillance measures are motivated by improper purposes.”

Maxwell is accused of recruiting and grooming victims for Epstein. Some of the children who were allegedly sexually assaulted were as young as 14. In her filing, she asked Judge Nathan to allow her to learn the names of her accusers, but the justice denied that request as well.

We will keep you updated on this case as it winds its way through court.

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