Ghislaine Maxwell thinks Jeffrey Epstein was murdered — and wishes she ‘never met’ him | World News

Ghislaine Maxwell says she believes disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein was murdered and wishes she had “never met” him.

This british ladiesThe 61-year-old was sentenced to 20 years in a US prison last year on charges of Lure young girls to the massage parlor So Epstein could harass them from 1994 to 2004.

Epstein In August 2019, he was found dead in his cell at a Manhattan prison while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

His death was ruled a suicide, but Maxwell, who was related to him, said she didn’t believe it.

Speaking to Talk TV’s Jeremy Kyle Live: Ghislaine Behind Bars, she said: “I believe he was murdered. I’m shocked.

“And then I wondered how that happened, because as far as I’m concerned, he’s going to… I’m sure he’s going to appeal. And I’m sure he’s covered by a non-prosecution agreement.

“But I’m not in the indictment. I’m not named. I’m not even one of the co-conspirators.

“Honestly, I wish I had never met him.

“Looking back now, I probably wish I had stayed in England. But that aside, you know, I tried to leave and start another new job and move on from late ’98, ’99.

“So I hope I can move on more successfully … because I used to be a banker, so I should totally move on.”

An undated handout photo released by the U.S. Department of Justice of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein, which was shown to the court during Maxwell's sex trafficking trial in the Southern District of New York. The British socialite is accused of trapping vulnerable young girls between 1994 and 2004 and luring them to massage parlors for sexual harassment. Release date: Wednesday, December 8, 2021.
Maxwell and Epstein

Maxwell, daughter of the late media mogul and congressman Robert Maxwell, said she “didn’t know” Epstein was “so bad” even though he was “obvious now, of course in hindsight.”

“But at the time, I mean he had a lot of friends. He was friendly with pretty much anyone you could imagine,” she said from prison.

“There’s no reason to imagine he’s someone people are interested in.”

Prince Andrew, Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell, believed to be photographed in 2001. Image credit: Rex/Shutterstock
Prince Andrew, Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell in a photo believed to have been taken in 2001. Image credit: Rex/Shutterstock

Convicted sex offender still believed in this infamous photo The Duke of York next to Virginia Giuffre is fake.

The photo, allegedly taken at Maxwell’s home in Mayfair, shows Prince Andrew with his arms around Ms Giuffre, who claims he had sex with her when she was underage.

Andrew questioned the authenticity of the photo and claimed to have never seen Ms Giuffre, who was Virginia Roberts at the time.

Ghislaine Maxwell found guilty of recruiting underage girl to be sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein
Epstein and Maxwell

Maxwell said: “Well, it’s a fake. I don’t believe it’s real. In fact, I’m pretty sure it’s not… There was never the original. Also, there are no photographs; I’ve only seen copies or it.

“I don’t believe it happened, of course the way it’s described. That’s impossible. I don’t remember going to [the private nightclub] tramp [where Ms Giuffre said Andrew danced with her].

“Of course, it’s not something I would wear.”

The duke, who paid millions to settle a civil sexual assault case against Ms Giuffre, has previously said he “doesn’t remember” seeing her and that he “doesn’t hug” or “show affection in public”.

He claimed in 2019 that he could not prove whether the image was fake.

Will Prince Andrew’s settlement be challenged?

Reports over the weekend said Prince Andrew is now looking into how to Overturn the settlement.

Attorney Wendy Murphy said the timing of the legal challenge could be important if the reports are correct.

She told Sky News: “I think the chances of the court overturning the settlement are about 0.0%. Let’s remember the money has been paid and the court has signed off.”

Andrew did not accept negligence in the settlement.

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