Ghislaine Maxwell Working on 'Tell-All' Memoir She Claims Will Exonerate Her

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Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is working on a "tell-all" memoir aimed at setting the record straight about her relationship with the late financier Jeffrey Epstein.


According to a report from Mail Online, Maxwell is making the most of her lengthy prison sentence by working on a memoir that will expose the "truth" about her involvement with the convicted sex offender. 

A source close to Maxwell told the Mail:

Max says the documents in the news are all false or misinformation. The truth will only come out when her book does.

She's bragging about how great it will be but it sounds like the same old lies she has told a thousand times.

She really thinks she hasn't done anything wrong and that her charges will be dropped when people read it.

Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking in a federal trial back in 2021, which revealed how she had enticed vulnerable young women into Epstein's circle. 

The unnamed source claimed that Maxwell had already finished the memoir but was waiting for the "right moment" to publish it. 

However, they also detailed how she is struggling to adapt to life behind bars: 

Max is just not the same, upbeat person she was a year ago. She's lost all confidence, she just mopes around depressed all day.

Last Friday at Shabbat she got there five minutes before candle lighting. She told the chaplain he didn't call her early enough. She threw candles at him, cussed him out and left.

Last week, Maxwell also made the explosive claim that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, a theory that has gained popularity following his alleged suicide in 2019. 

“I believe that he was murdered,” she said in an interview with Britain’s TalkTV. “I was shocked. Then I wondered how it had happened.”


However, the former socialite failed to show much contrition for her victims and instead insisted that she was not aware of Epstein's depraved sexual behaviors. 

“Epstein has died and they should take their disappointment and upset out on the authorities that allowed that to happen,” she said of the victims. “I hope that they have some closure via the judicial process that took place. And I wish them… to be able to have a productive and good life going forward.”

In October 2022, Maxwell admitted that meeting Epstein was the "greatest mistake" of her life:

Obviously, if I could go back today and I would avoid meeting him, and I would say that would be the greatest mistake I’ve ever made, and I would make different choices for where I would work. Obviously.

I think there are many women who can identify with my story. Many have either fallen in love with or had relationships with men that in hindsight they look back on and say ‘What was I thinking?’ I imagine there’s not a woman on the planet who would not think that about one or other of their boyfriends.

Regardless of whether Maxwell succeeds in publishing her memoir and shifting public opinion on the matter, one should not expect to see her back in public any time soon. She will become eligible for release in July 2037.


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