The family of Ghislaine Maxwell, the close friend and colleague of Jeffrey Epstein, is asking the UN that she be released from jail pending trial due to her horrid living conditions.
The New York Post is reporting:
Ghislaine Maxwell’s siblings are now petitioning the United Nations in a bid to get the infamous accused sex-trafficker released from jail pending trial — after at least four failed bail applications.
The petition, submitted Monday to the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, was filed by international criminal lawyers François Zimeray and Jessica Finelle on behalf of Maxwell’s three sisters and three brothers, according to a copy provided to The Post.
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The lawyers argue that Maxwell’s “abnormally rigorous” lock-up conditions at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn are horrid, and thus unlawful and discriminatory.
The petition seeks for the UN to call on the US government to release Maxwell pending trial and to urge an independent investigation into her “arbitrary detention.”
Maxwell was involved with Jeffrey Epstein where they are accused of running a child sex ring for the rich and famous.
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in jail and although declared a suicide many believe he was murdered. This may be why Maxwell wants out of jail.
Maxwell was accused of having an affair with Bill Clinton.
She also would know how many times Bill Clinton and others flew to Epstein’s famous ‘Orgy Island’.
Maxwell is probably not safe no matter where she goes.
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