There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the release of Ghislaine Maxwell, who was accused of being involved in the trafficking of underage girls. In this blog post, I give my thoughts on what should happen to her now that she was denied bail.
Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?
|Date of Birth||December 25, 1961|
|Age||60 Years, 8 Months, 10 Days|
|Place of Birth||Maisons-Laffitte|
Ghislaine Maxwell is the ex-wife of British media mogul, Robert Maxwell. She has been romantically linked to a number of powerful men, including former President Bill Clinton and Saudi Prince Saud al Faisal. Her alleged role in helping her husband hide millions of dollars from his creditors has led some to question her financial support for her own defense.
Will They Stand Behind Her?
Ghislaine Maxwell’s defense team has been working hard to prove that she was not involved in any wrongdoing when it came to her alleged financial involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein case. One of the people who has been helping Maxwell’s team with this is Lenny Dykstra. Dykstra has recently spoken out about his relationship with Maxwell, and he has said that she never asked him for any money. Dykstra also claims that he does not know who paid for Maxwell’s bond, and he does not think that she is guilty of anything.
How Credible are the Reports?
There have been multiple reports that Ghislaine Maxwell paid for Bond’s criminal defense. While it is unclear if this was done as a gesture of support for the model or to conceal her involvement in the affair, either way the reports are raising eyebrows. The credibility of these reports is up for debate, but nonetheless they are generating interest.
What Does This Mean for the Future of Blacklisted Celebs in Court?
Ghislaine Maxwell, the estranged wife of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, has been indicted on charges of obstruction of justice and making false statements to federal investigators. Maxwell is accused of trying to hide money from Weinstein that she had helped him collect from a bond deal. This could have serious implications for the future of blacklisted celebrities in court.
Robert Maxwell, Elisabeth Maxwell
|Siblings||Christine Maxwell, Ian Maxwell, Kevin Maxwell, MORE|
|Spouse||Scott Borgerson |
Maxwell’s indictment comes less than a year after her husband was accused by dozens of women of sexual assault and rape. Weinstein has since been convicted on sex crimes in two separate trials, and is currently serving a sentence in state prison. If Maxwell is found guilty of obstructing justice, she could face up to 10 years in prison.
The case against Maxwell raises important questions about the culpability of blacklisted celebrities in court. Under American law, anyone who helps a person accused of a crime avoid arrest or conviction can be charged with obstruction of justice. This includes celebrities who have lent their support to blacklisted celebrities through public appearances or financial donations.
Maxwell’s indictment could lead to new guidelines for prosecutors when dealing with blacklisted celebrities. It could also lead to more prosecutions involving these celebrities, as prosecutors may consider any actions taken by them to be obstruction
It has been reported that Ghislaine Maxwell paid for her own defense in the trial of former British spy, Christopher Steele. The question remains, though: who is supporting her defense? Some have suggested that Russian oligarchs and other individuals with close ties to Vladimir Putin are behind her legal team. If this is true, it could suggest that the Kremlin wants Maxwell to win her case- as she may have valuable information about Steele’s alleged dealings with Russia. However, given the fact that Maxwell has been accused of a number of serious crimes (including money laundering and perjury), there is no telling what she might say if put on the stand. In any case, we will continue to follow this story as it develops.