Ghislaine Maxwell's fellow inmates say they had to polish jail floor three times before she entered hellhole

An inmate also revealed how Maxwell is given around three hours of recreation time every day versus the two hours everyone else gets


                            Ghislaine Maxwell's fellow inmates say they had to polish jail floor three times before she entered hellhole
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Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly receiving a lot of special treatment inside prison and other inmates are claiming they were made to scrub and polish the floors before she arrived. Maxwell, 58, who was part of a high profile circle of presidents and billionaires, also gets extra exercise time in the yard, according to her fellow inmates. She is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. A former warden has described the prison as one of America's most troubled.

Maxwell is behind bars on charges related to her involvement in Jeffrey Epstein's sex-trafficking scandal. A British socialite and heiress, Maxwell is former confidante and girlfriend of Epstein and was arrested by the FBI on July 2 over accusations that she was complicit in his sex crimes. Maxwell is being held in prison ahead of her sex crimes trial which will take place sometime next year. 

While speaking to the New York Daily News, one inmate said, "The only time we were allowed on the floor Ms. Maxwell has to herself is when they sent us to clean it and polish the floor for her," referring to how the second floor is usually kept abandoned. "We had to polish it three times so it would be ready for her," the inmate added. The inmate also revealed how Maxwell is given around three hours of recreation time every day versus the two hours everyone else gets.

Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Audrey Strauss, speaks to the media at a press conference to announce the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell (Getty Images) 

She also revealed how Maxwell is allowed into the yard all by herself while the other women are locked up inside. According to lawyers with clients in jail, Maxwell has 24-hour security outside her cell and is frequently moved between cells so guards and search for contraband. These extra precautions have been taken after Epstein was found dead inside his Manhattan jail cell while awaiting his trial for his sex crimes. He had been taken off suicide watch with the guards failing to check on him the night he died.

Some secret documents which contain an 'extremely personal' deposition that Maxwell had given in a lawsuit filed by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts are expected to be unsealed in what will be a major milestone in the case. It was just last week when Judge Loretta Preska ruled that a bunch of documents that had details incriminating others in Epstein's circle, including Prince Andrew, could be unsealed. 

According to the New York Post, the documents are due to be unsealed on Thursday, July 30. The documents are believed to contain "nude, partially nude, or otherwise sexualized images, videos, or other depictions of individuals." Maxwell's lawyers have said that they also contain "intrusive questions about her sex life." Separate court documents state that Maxwell would allegedly click pictures of many topless girls as a 'hobby' and would store them in a photo album at Epstein's mansion. According to a witness, Maxwell also kept a bunch of sex toys in Epstein's home. 

Epstein's former maintenance worker and butler, Juan Alessi, had told Roberts' lawyers that Maxwell "had an album full of photographs of people, young girls. And I remember that she had. Like a hobby... It was some girls were topless [sic], taking the sun." Maxwell is currently being kept in solitary confinement and the lights of her cell are on throughout the day, revealed a source, who compared her prison to Guantanomo Bay.

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