Ghislaine Maxwell lived a glamorous life full of love and excitement, being part of the high society. That all came crashing down after Maxwell became involved with Jeffrey Epstein, Maxwell and Epstein formed a team that spent years abusing underage girls.
As previously reported, Ghislaine Maxwell will spend twenty years in prison for her role in the sex trafficking case. She will also have to pay a $750,000 fine.
According to TMZ, Ghislaine Maxwell cannot go anywhere near kids after she serves her prison sentence in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case. As revealed by court documentation, Maxwell’s supervised release will have a lot of restrictions on her once she’s out of prison in two decades.
Maxwell can’t have any deliberate contact with anyone under the age of 18, unless she gets prior approval from the U.S. Probation Office. She also cannot go within 100 feet of places regularly frequented by minors, such as schoolyards, playgrounds and arcades.
She also cannot view and/or access any web profile of a user under the age of 18, whether it be social networking sites, chat rooms, community portals. This is unless she gets permission from her probation officer.
Maxwell was accused of soliciting and grooming minors for abuse and sex crimes at the hands of Epstein between 1994 and 2004, so these restrictions are all warranted. She will enter a sex-offender treatment program once she is back in society in about 20 years as well.
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