Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for minimum security measures. And she’ll go to a facility in Danbury, Connecticut, also known as “Fed Club.” Prisoners have a lot of freedom there, they can take part in additional activities and satisfy their cravings.

“Women are worse than men”

However, the 60-year-old will not be so easy. According to ex-prisoner Jacqueline Pulferrari, Maxwell may fall victim to other women.

“Women are worse than men” at some points, she said in an interview with the New York Post. Since Maxwell has been hurting underage girls, the other inmates can “recently kick” her and exact their punishment.

They are preparing for its arrival. They are already asking to keep Ghislaine off their target. […] She will have six to eight difficult months. Pulferrari said I had received emails from women who said they had heard what Maxwell was waiting for, but did not disclose the threats to the prisoners.

It’s not easy for the 60-year-old now, or so it sounds from her words. She has spent the past 20 months in custody in Brooklyn, where she has filed more than 100 complaints about her conditions of detention. She repeatedly complained that she feared for her life and that many people would try to kill her.

Women are worse off than men at sexual crimes. You have mothers there. They see a white woman accused of recruiting girls and think their children may have fallen victim to it. It won’t be easy – she adds that she was doomed.

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