Convicted child sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has accused a prison guard of sexual abuse after the guard used vulgar language to call her out for not showering after exercising, a prison source has revealed. Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year sentence at the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institute for trafficking underage girls for sex, reported the female guard after being confronted about her poor hygiene.
According to the source, the guard used explicit language, including the term “hoo-ha,” to refer to female genitalia. While Maxwell did not claim that the guard touched her, she expressed feeling uncomfortable and embarrassed after the encounter. The incident occurred during a conversation about cleanliness and the need for Maxwell to shower more frequently.
This is not the first time Maxwell has made complaints during her time in prison. In fact, she has filed over 400 complaints, earning her the nickname “Prison Karen.” These complaints range from allegations of misconduct against staff members to claims of improper medical care, mail tampering, lack of vegan food options, and even religious discrimination.
The prison has been forced to open numerous investigations into Maxwell’s complaints, including the recent sexual abuse allegation. However, after a three-week investigation, the claim was closed. The source suggests that Maxwell’s continuous filing of complaints is an attempt to secure a transfer to a more hospitable facility, such as the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution, known for housing white-collar criminals and celebrities.
Maxwell has also sought compassionate release twice, despite her earliest release date being in 2037. Her lawyers have been appealing her conviction and sentencing since she was found guilty on five out of six charges related to transporting minors for illegal sexual activity.
The former madam of Jeffrey Epstein has been a controversial figure, especially since Epstein’s death in 2019. While his death was ruled a suicide, Maxwell has openly expressed her belief that he was murdered. However, she has not shown remorse for her involvement in the sex trafficking operation or concern for the victims. In a jailhouse interview in January, she expressed regret for ever meeting Epstein.
Maxwell’s refusal to shower and resulting body odor has led to conflicts with other inmates. The source suggests that her tendency to snitch when confronted with interpersonal issues has caused her to make enemies behind bars. It is speculated that her complaints and requests for transfer are attempts to escape the uncomfortable prison environment.
Overall, Maxwell’s behavior and continuous filing of complaints have made her a controversial figure within the prison system. Her latest allegation of sexual abuse adds another chapter to her ongoing legal and prison saga.