Socialite sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferred to a glamorous Club Fed prison in Florida to serve a 20-year sentence.
According to Daily Myl, the 60-year-old former muse, confidant and co-conspirator of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is the new home of FCI Tallahassee, a low-security prison in the Florida panhandle.
Maxwell was convicted last December of multiple sex trafficking offenses against young women and underage girls and was sentenced in June.
The all-female prison is located just five hours from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion where the couple committed their heinous crimes.
Maxwell preferred FCI Danbury in Connecticut, a prison recommended by Judge Alison Nathan. But the US Bureau of Prisons made the final decision and sent him to Florida.
His legal hawks have indicated they plan to appeal the publishing heir’s conviction and lengthy prison sentence.
At the Tallahassee jailhouse, the Oxford graduate will have to ditch the Prada and other fine clothing he’s worn since his teenage years for khaki pants, a khaki shirt, underwear, bra, socks and official shoes. If she is in the mood, she can even wear khakis.
Other details of his imprisonment:
— FCI Tallahassee opened in 1938 and houses 755 female inmates. In addition to their prison uniform, each convict is issued deodorant, soap, socks, shampoo, toothpaste and a towel.
– Hey, sleepy head! Wake-up call is at 6 a.m. and he must wear ID at all times.
– Maxwell will be forced to share a cell with another inmate and the guards can find him at any time.
– But wait! During her confinement, Maxwell can participate in yoga, pilates, weightlifting, softball, flag football, Frisbee and there is a track to run on. A talent show is also held in the jail.
– She can also become an apprentice electrician, baker, gardener, plumber and cosmetologist.
But a more likely career could be a jailhouse lawyer. Throughout his incarceration, Maxwell often complained about conditions and his treatment at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
Among his complaints: intrusive searches, 24-hour filming of him, shining a flashlight in his cell every 15 minutes, food, and everything else.
While locked up there for nearly two years, Maxwell taught yoga and English to other inmates.
At the end of her sentencing hearing, her lawyers threw her father, the late publishing magnate Robert Maxwell, under the bus, claiming he was at the root of Ghislaine’s problems. Epstein, according to his lawyers, was a proxy for his father, who died mysteriously in 1991.
His attorneys said the Danbury prison gave Maxwell a chance to confront his alleged demons and trauma.
The four women who accused Maxwell in the lawsuit called her apology “hollow” and described her as an extremely dangerous woman.