Ghislaine Maxwell Comes Clean About The ‘Greatest Mistake’ Of Her Life

Ghislaine Maxwell is serving 20 years for sex trafficking with partner Jeffrey Epstein.

She says “the greatest mistake of my life” was “meeting Epstein.”

“And obviously, if I could go back today, I would avoid meeting him,” she continued. “I would say that that would be the greatest mistake I’ve ever made, and I would make different choices from where I would. Obviously.”

While Maxwell was serving her sentence in Florida she was interviewed by filmmaker Daphne Barak for a Paramount Plus documentary.

During Maxwell’s first interview, she said she feels “so bad” for her “dear friend” Prince Andrew.

Maxwell said, “I feel so bad for him. I follow what is happening to him.”

It was reported that Maxwell “appeared shaken” when told that Andrew’s lawyers said Maxwell and he was never close.

Maxwell responded, “I accept that this friendship could not survive my conviction. He is paying such a price for the association. I consider him a dear friend. I care about him.”

Maxwell was guilty of getting the young girls for sexual encounters with her and Epstein.

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Maxwell that she is sorry that she ever met Epstein and called him a “manipulative, cunning and controlling man.”.

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Andrew, now eighth in line to the throne following Queen Elizabeth II’s death on Sept. 8, was stripped of his honorary military roles in

June amid the furor surrounding a lawsuit. The case alleged that Andrew had had sex with a 17-year-old supplied to him by Epstein. The

queen also removed his honorary leadership of various charities and known patronages, and she barred him from using the title “His Royal”

highness in official settings.

Maxwell was sentenced June 28 to 20 years in prison for procuring teenage girls to be sexually abused by Epstein after calling him a “manipulative, cunning and controlling man.”

Epstein killed himself at 66 in his jail cell in 2019 while awaiting trial on a sex trafficking indictment. Maxwell’s attorneys have argued that she became a scapegoat for his crimes after his suicide.