by Steve Cannon at ussanews.com
Ghislaine Maxwell, convicted for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking scandal, is reportedly penning a “tell-all” memoir. According to Maxwell, this book aims to unveil the involvement of high-profile figures in the scandal, extending beyond those already known to the public.
A source close to Maxwell alleges that the documents in the news are either false or misleading, and that Maxwell’s book will reveal the true extent of her and Epstein’s connections with influential individuals. Convicted in 2021, Maxwell’s trial shed light on her part in luring young women into Epstein’s circle, a narrative she now seeks to expand upon in her memoir.
Despite her conviction, Maxwell has been vocal about her views on the case and its aftermath. She recently claimed in an interview that Epstein was murdered, contrary to the official ruling of suicide in 2019. However, she has shown little remorse for the victims, directing their grievances towards the authorities.
Maxwell reflected on her relationship with Epstein as the “greatest mistake” of her life, expressing regret over meeting him and acknowledging the flawed judgment many women experience in relationships.
As she serves her sentence, with eligibility for release in 2037, the memoir’s publication is anticipated, though it’s unclear when the “right moment” for its release will be deemed by Maxwell.