Ghislaine Maxwell’s Lawyers Claim Cellmate Was Offered Money To Kill Her

Ghislaine Maxwell's Lawyers Claim Cellmate Was Offered Money To Kill Her

Ghislaine Maxwell MURDER Attempt – Plot Revealed!

( – Ghislaine Maxwell has been waiting for her late June sentencing ever since a jury found her guilty of sex trafficking in December 2021. During this interim period, her lawyers have been hoping to sway the judge to give her a lighter sentence for a variety of reasons, citing both an abusive father and death threats — some they claim hit a little close to home — her current home that is.

On Wednesday, June 15, attorneys for Maxwell filed a memorandum asking the judge to consider a sentence much less than the recommended 20 years. The letter told the story of an abusive childhood that made Maxwell easily manipulated by Epstein when they first met. It also said that a fellow inmate told three others that she could have received a large sum of money if she strangled Epstein in her sleep.

Allegedly, the inmate said the money offered for murdering Maxwell would be worth “an additional 20 years’ incarceration.”

Maxwell’s lawyers also noted their client’s good behavior after she left Epstein, including two “relationships with men who had young children and was actively involved in their lives without even the slightest hint of impropriety.”

With all of this information, the attorneys are pushing for a sentence nearer to 5 years than the proposed 20, although she could face up to 55 years with the harshest sentence. For an almost 60-year-old woman, meaning she could spend the rest of her life in jail.

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