Ghislaine Maxwell to work as toilet cleaner at new prison – earning 12p per hour

Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is set to make a paltry sum working as a toilet cleaner earning as little as 12p an hour, according to reports.

The pal of sick paedo Jeffrey Epstein has now been moved to a low-security prison in Florida.

Maxwell, a former lover of the monster Epstein, helped him traffic young girls – a crime for which she now occupies a cell for.

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Her new position will come complete with paid work, however, she can expect to earn between 12p and 25p an hour for her efforts.

The role will involve washing dishes and cleaning the toilets, a far cry from her previous career as a socialite.

The job, which will take place at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee, is initially due to last for 30 days.

After this is completed, theMirrorreports that she will likely move into a new role as a clerk or manage the payroll of a construction team.

Inmates are said to be encouraged to keep fit, with activities such as frisbee, American football, yoga and pilates all on offer.

The mind is encouraged to remain sharp too – prisoners are allowed to listen to the radio, read books and use alarm clocks.

The 60-year-old, who was born in France, will likely be in the facility for the next 20 years which – compared to her old place – it is expected to be “like Disneyland” according to Prison consultants.

Former boyfriend Epstein, who killed himself in jail in 2019, carried out many of his crimes in Florida, where Maxwell is being held.

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Her lawyer said that her previous place, Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, saw her live in appalling conditions. They claimed the water was barely drinkable and that microwaved plastic was melted into the food.

Speaking to the Mail, co-founder of Pink Lady Prison Consultants, Holli Coulman gave advice to Maxwell: "There are some people who won't appreciate you or even like you. You need to know how to have those conversations, know when to shut up.

"She must be humble. She's stepping into a world where a lot of these women have been there for a long time. She needs to know that she will be getting out before a lot of them."


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