Ghislaine Maxwell FINALLY Arrested, Following Epstein’s “Suicide”

( Ghislaine Maxwell is the long-time confidante of New York billionaire, pedophile rapist Jeffrey Epstein. After Epstein’s crimes finally caught up with him and he “committed suicide” while in prison, Maxwell has been spotted hiding out in a luxury apartment in Paris, France, seemingly avoiding the authorities.

Until now.

Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire this week and is expected to appear in court imminently.

According to NBC New York, who cited “senior law enforcement sources,” Maxwell is now in FBI custody on charges relating to Epstein’s (alleged) sex crimes. Maxwell has been accused by many of Epstein’s victims of playing a part in his crimes, even encouraging the rape and long-term sexual abuse of young girls. She was often referred to as Epstein’s “madam” as a result, prompting people all over the world to wonder why she was still a free woman after Epstein’s criminality was finally exposed.

In December, it was reported that Maxwell was being investigated by the FBI.

Maxwell is a well-connected, famous socialist who is believed to have introduced Epstein to many of his connected friends. She is understood to have connected former President Bill Clinton to Epstein, which resulted in a long-lasting friendship. Clinton is known to have flown aboard Epstein’s private jet on several occasions, and workers on Epstein’s private island alleged in a recent Netflix documentary that they once saw Clinton on his island.

Epstein’s private island is understood to have been used as a private place to abuse young girls.

Maxwell has been mostly out of the public eye since 2016.

She is charged with several things – each one more shocking than the next. Maxwell is facing charges of conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, transporting a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, and enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sexual acts.

Reports suggest there are also two counts of perjury, with Maxwell’s charge sheet suggesting she “repeatedly lied” when she was questioned about her activities and conduct, including in relation to some of the underage victims.