Ghislaine Maxwell asked women to strip and let men grope them in SEX game, claims party guest
Nicola Glucksmann, one of the guests, described how she was left feeling 'betrayed' as she recalled the encounter in the upcoming documentary
Ghislaine Maxwell has been sentenced to spent 20 years behind the bars in a US prison for helping former financier Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls. Though the trial has come to an end, the biggest question remains whether the system will ever be able to expose the all-powerful offenders – in this case. Nevertheless, a documentary, named ‘Ghislaine Maxwell: The Making of a Monster’, sheds light on one of the incidents where women were asked to take off their tops and bras and present their breasts to men.
Recalling the party in the early 1980s, Nicola Glucksmann, one of the guests, described how she was left feeling "betrayed" as she recalled the encounter in the upcoming documentary, which will air on Channel 4 at 10 pm on July 5. As reported by The Sun, Nicola, who got invited to the party at Headington Hall in Oxfordshire as a plus one, said her first impression of Maxwell was of someone who was "very beautiful, charming, entertaining, but slightly manic".
Narrating the night, Nicola said, “She was scanning the room throughout dinner as if she was looking for something. Suddenly, she announced that it was time for games, and left the room, appearing again in a moment holding several scarves.” Maxwell "explained that she was going to give each of the men a blindfold and they were to blindfold themselves," Nicola further added and continued by saying, “Then the women were to take off their tops and bras and present their breasts to the men, and then the men would feel the breasts and make an attempt to match the breast by weight and cup size to the woman who was attached to the breasts."
While recollecting this incident in the documentary, Nicola said that Maxwell acted as if there was nothing unusual about suggesting such an after-dinner activity. "It was all bundled up as fun, Ghislaine was very relaxed about it," she said. "I excluded myself and said I was tired and left, as did my friend, but I was very struck by how awful that idea was,” expressed Nicola who said that she feared being labeled a "killjoy" or "no fun" for not joining in.
“If a man suggested it, I don't think the women would have done it, she added who felt that the experience left her wondering "what was going on with Maxwell. It seemed to betray a very odd attitude to herself as a woman and to the men around her".
Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?
Another upcoming docuseries on Lionsgate Play, named, ‘Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?’ too follows the life of the famous former British socialite, Ghislaine Maxwell, and reveals how she ended up with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein abused and sexually exploit underage girls. Directed by BAFTA-nominated documentary director and producer Erica Gornall and produced by award-winning producer-director and investigative journalist Katherine Haywood, the three-episode series is set to release on Lionsgate Play on July 8.