Jeffrey Epstein’s child procurer Ghislaine Maxwell believes she is protected from prosecution because she has “serious dirt” on elite VIPs, a former friend has claimed.
Ghislaine has been credibly accused of supplying children to Epstein who then went onto rape them.
Ghislaine is “totally convinced” that she can stay in hiding without any legal repercussions, and is currently being protected by the world’s most powerful people who are helping to pay her legal bills.
Goldman, who was friends with both Maxwell and her sister Isabel, told The Sun: “Ghislaine and her sister Isabel remain totally convinced that she’ll escape any criminal convictions and will eventually clear the family name and return to high society once the dust has settled.
“She obviously has some serious dirt on someone to be so sure of herself in the circumstances,” Goldman said.
Epstein’s connections included some of the most powerful people in the world, such as Bill Clinton and Donald Trump. Ghislaine (pronounced “Gillayne” with a hard “g”) introduced Epstein to Prince Andrew, whom she had once dated.
Goldman, a former New York City stockbroker who used to mix in the same circles as Epstein and Maxwell, before cutting them both off after the financier’s first arrest in 2008, told The Sun: “She has wealthy connections who hide her and even pay some legal fees. She can stay out of the public eye as long as she wants.”
Goldman told The Sun that Maxwell doesn’t believe she has done anything wrong, but was “relieved” when she heard of Epstein’s death: “It may have placed her more in the spotlight, but at least he couldn’t turn on her,” she said.
Ghislaine Maxwell has only been photographed once since the scandal surrounding Epstein erupted again this year with his arrest, allowing herself to be snapped at a burger joint in Los Angeles.
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