British socialite and convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly penning a tell-all memoir from the confines of her jail cell to combat “misinformation” about her ties to billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Maxwell “really thinks she hasn’t done anything wrong and that her charges will be dropped when people read” her story, a source close to Epstein’s madam told the Daily Mail.
The 62-year-old is serving a 20-year prison sentence on a federal sex-trafficking conviction for recruiting and grooming underage girls for Epstein — who killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell in 2019 before he could face trial.
“Max says the documents in the news are all false or misinformation. The truth will only come out when her book does,” the Mail’s source claims.
“She’s bragging about how great it will be but it sounds like the same old lies she has told a thousand times,” the source added.
Maxwell, who is reportedly peeved that a woman — herself — is the only one facing consequences over Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, appealed her conviction last February, claiming prosecutors and the judge made a series of “fatal” errors during her trial.
The twisted ex-socialite has reportedly been penning her tell-all using a typewriter she has access to through her job in the law library in jail.
“She has access to three lockers in legal and moves her manuscript and papers from one to the other because she’s so paranoid that someone might steal it or leak it,” the source said.
“Apparently it’s already finished but she is waiting for the right moment to publish it,” they added.
Maxwell has also reportedly become withdrawn and bitter during her time behind bars, and has even thrown temper tantrums during Shabbat dinner.
“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,” the source said.
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