Cellmate Offered Mucho Money to Murder Maxwell


The story of Jeffrey Epstein’s horrendous career is far from over, despite the wealthy socialite’s mysterious demise in a Manhattan detention center some years ago.

Epstein was believed to be running a clandestine child sex trafficking ring that served some of the most rich and powerful people in the entire world.  Politicians, heads of state, entertainers, and corporate behemoths were all connected to him in some way or another.

But, with Epstein dead, the only hope of getting to the bottom of his horrid business is through his partner in crime, Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently incarcerated awaiting trial.

There are concerns, however, that she may not make it to trial.

Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers say her cellmate has claimed multiple times that she had been offered money to kill the Jeffrey Epstein accomplice.

Maxwell’s lawyers made the allegation in a Wednesday court filing, which sought to secure a lighter sentence in their case. Maxwell was convicted on five of six counts against her in December, with the most severe charge being sex trafficking of minors.

Whoever was making the offer wasn’t paying peanuts either.

“One of the female inmates in Ms Maxwell’s housing unit told at least three other inmates that she had been offered money to murder Ms Maxwell and that she planned to strangle her in her sleep,” the filing read, adding that the inmate claimed the payment had been worth “an additional 20 years’ incarceration.”

Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide by authorities, but there have been enough coincidences in the case to make many wonder if there is more to the story.