Ghislaine Maxwell Transferred to Low-Security Florida Prison

Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferred to a “Club Fed” low-security prison in Tallahassee, Florida. At her new home, inmates enjoy yoga and pilates classes and talent shows.

She was moved last Friday from the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn to the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institute according to Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBP) records.

The convicted human trafficker of minors for sex work previously had her lawyers complain that she was being subjected to rough treatment because of the nature of her crimes and her relationship with the notorious Epstein.

Epstein died in August 2019 in the same Brooklyn facility where Maxwell had been housed from an apparent suicide. At the time, Epstein was awaiting trial on a variety of sex crime charges.

Maxwell alleged that she was subjected to having guards shine lights into her cell every 15 minutes and that she was given invasive searches while being filmed.

She is incarcerated on a 20-year sentence stemming from her involvement with Epstein in criminal trafficking involving the abuse of dozens of minor girls between 1994 and 2004. She was convicted on five separate charges involving sex crimes involving minors.

Reports indicate that Judge Alison Nathan, who is overseeing Maxwell’s case, recommended that Maxwell not be moved to the Florida facility. Judge Nathan instead recommended that she be transferred to FCI Danbury, another low-security facility located in Connecticut.

The Florida prison houses around 755 female inmates, according to the FBP database. It has housed other notable female federal prisoners, including terrorist Colleen LaRose (known as “Jihad Jane”), nursing home serial killer Catherine May Wood, and Russian spy Maria Butina.

Along with yoga and pilates, Maxwell will be able to pass her time playing flag football and other sports. She is required to wear a prison uniform of khaki pants and a shirt.

She will be permitted to spend up to $360 per month at the prison commissary. Among the sundries available to her are Nutella, smoked gouda spreads, and various cosmetics.

Zoukis Consulting Group is a prison consulting firm that told Fox News that sex offenders are safe at the Tallahassee prison. They are able to “walk the yard,” even “women who killed their children or other people’s children,” according to an inmate cited by the consultants.