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Ghislaine Maxwell Moved To Low-Security Federal Prison That Offers Yoga And Pilates Classes

By Gina Florio
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Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was recently sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for recruiting and grooming underage girls to be used by Jeffrey Epstein and his pedophile buddies. Her prison time is about to get a whole lot easier, though – she's getting transferred to a cushy facility.

The whole world was horrified when more and more details of Jeffrey Epstein's crimes came to light. It became clear that Maxwell, 60, was heavily involved with Epstein's pedophile ring; she was the one who would lure in girls and provide them for Epstein's use.

“I also want to acknowledge I have been convicted with helping Jeffrey Epstein with his crimes,” she addressed the court before her sentence was announced. “It is the greatest regret of my life that I ever met Jeffrey Epstein.”

Ghislaine Maxwell Moved to Low-Security Federal Prison That Offers Yoga and Pilates Classes

Just about everyone who watched the trial agreed that Maxwell deserves the fullest extent of punishment and should be in prison as long as possible to pay for the suffering and pain she caused innocent girls. Unfortunately, her social status and wealth ensured that her prison sentence will be as comfortable as possible.

Maxwell was transferred to a low-security federal prison that offers its inmates a much cushier stay. She's held at the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution, which has about 755 female prisoners. The facility's website indicates that the inmates must wear a uniform of khaki pants and a shirt, and they're able to participate in yoga or Pilates classes, play flag football, and partake in artwork or a hobby craft program.

Inmates can spend up to $360 a month at the commissary, where Maxwell can buy a collagen elastin facial for only $6.22. She's also able to purchase snacks like Nutella and smoked gouda spread.

This is a big turn of events for Maxwell, who was previously held at Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, which has received many complaints about its conditions. Many people express their disappointment that a woman who has ruined so many young girls' lives is going to live out her sentence in one of the more comfortable prisons in the country.

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