Epstein's girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell working on 'tell all' memoir in prison

 January 29, 2024

Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare may be coming true: the former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein is writing a "tell-all" memoir from jail in a last attempt at avoiding consequences for her crimes.

Maxwell has nothing to lose at this point, so the Clintons should be very worried about what she might reveal.

Maxwell is "paranoid" about the manuscript being stolen - and the book is reportedly complete but "she is waiting for the right moment to publish it," the Daily Mail reported.

Hillary's worst nightmare?

Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill are still trying to distance themselves from Epstein years after his death in prison.

Bill Clinton is known to have received a neck massage while traveling with Epstein on his notorious jet, for what Clinton described as charity work in Africa. Clinton has long denied visiting Epstein's island of depravity, where Epstein is alleged to have taken place in orgies with underage girls.

Clinton's alleged island visit was a main point of contention in the defamation case against Maxwell that was unsealed this month. A request for Bill Clinton to testify in the case was denied by the judge.

Still, his name appeared 73 times in the documents which included fresh details about the former president's well-documented, yet mysterious relationship with Epstein.

The Clintons also had close ties with Maxwell, Epstein's former girlfriend and pimp. She was a guest at the wedding of Chelsea Clinton in 2010.

Clinton’s former aide Doug Band told Vanity Fair in 2020, "Ghislaine had access to yachts and nice homes. Chelsea needed that.”

Maxwell writing "tell all"

Maxwell is serving a 20-year sentence in a federal jail in Florida for sex trafficking. She is the only member of Epstein's alleged circle to face justice.

Insiders told the Daily Mail that Maxwell is struggling to cope with jail and is placing all hope in her book setting her free. The tome will, she says, correct "misinformation" about her that is circulating in the media.

"Max says the documents in the news are all false or misinformation. The truth will only come out when her book does," her source said.

"She's bragging about how great it will be but it sounds like the same old lies she has told a thousand times."

"She really thinks she hasn't done anything wrong and that her charges will be dropped when people read it."

Epstein's 2019 death in a Manhattan jail was ruled a suicide, but the odd circumstances led to speculation of foul play.

Maxwell has said she believes Epstein was murdered.

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