Ghislaine Maxwell will earn as little as 15 cents an hour cleaning toilets in prison

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By Carina Murphy

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New details have emerged about Ghislaine Maxwell's time in prison.

The former socialite has been sentenced to 20 years in a Florida prison after being found guilty of child sex trafficking and crimes connected to her relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Maxwell once lived a lavish lifestyle alongside Epstein and their circle of celebrity friends, who included Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton.

However, in her new life behind bars, she will be spending her time decidedly less glamorously, cleaning toilets for as little as 15 cents an hour at FCI Tallahassee.

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Prison consultant Holli Coulman gave the Daily Mail an insight into Maxwell's routine in prison, explaining that she will start out cleaning toilets, bathrooms, and dishes before being assigned a long-term job. This could be anything from managing payroll to reading water meters.

She will be up at 5:00 AM every day to begin her grueling work regime. However, according to Coulman, she has been placed in a relatively lenient facility. "She certainly did not get one of the worst places. It's probably the best she could have got under the circumstances," Coulman said.

As for the people she'll be associating with in prison, Maxwell will swap princes and presidents for murderers and violent criminals. Coulman explained that the former socialite would probably be disliked by many of her fellow inmates due to her celebrity status.

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Maxwell and Epstein. Credit: Zuma Press / Alamy

"There will be women who have been abused themselves and will not like her at all because of her crimes," she said, going on to predict that Maxwell's best bet was to be "humble".

"She must be humble. She's stepping into a world where a lot of these women have been there for a long time. She needs to know that she will be getting out before a lot of them," she said, adding: "The key to surviving is minding your own business, keeping a low profile, but her personality is not that way."

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Maxwell and Epstein. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy

According to The Bureau of Prisons website, Maxwell will be eligible for release before her 20-year sentence is up, on July 17, 2037.

Until then, she'll be spending her time at the low-security Florida prison, which holds around 500 female inmates.

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Ghislaine Maxwell will earn as little as 15 cents an hour cleaning toilets in prison

vt-author-image

By Carina Murphy

Article saved!Article saved!

New details have emerged about Ghislaine Maxwell's time in prison.

The former socialite has been sentenced to 20 years in a Florida prison after being found guilty of child sex trafficking and crimes connected to her relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Maxwell once lived a lavish lifestyle alongside Epstein and their circle of celebrity friends, who included Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton.

However, in her new life behind bars, she will be spending her time decidedly less glamorously, cleaning toilets for as little as 15 cents an hour at FCI Tallahassee.

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Credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy

Prison consultant Holli Coulman gave the Daily Mail an insight into Maxwell's routine in prison, explaining that she will start out cleaning toilets, bathrooms, and dishes before being assigned a long-term job. This could be anything from managing payroll to reading water meters.

She will be up at 5:00 AM every day to begin her grueling work regime. However, according to Coulman, she has been placed in a relatively lenient facility. "She certainly did not get one of the worst places. It's probably the best she could have got under the circumstances," Coulman said.

As for the people she'll be associating with in prison, Maxwell will swap princes and presidents for murderers and violent criminals. Coulman explained that the former socialite would probably be disliked by many of her fellow inmates due to her celebrity status.

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Maxwell and Epstein. Credit: Zuma Press / Alamy

"There will be women who have been abused themselves and will not like her at all because of her crimes," she said, going on to predict that Maxwell's best bet was to be "humble".

"She must be humble. She's stepping into a world where a lot of these women have been there for a long time. She needs to know that she will be getting out before a lot of them," she said, adding: "The key to surviving is minding your own business, keeping a low profile, but her personality is not that way."

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Maxwell and Epstein. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy

According to The Bureau of Prisons website, Maxwell will be eligible for release before her 20-year sentence is up, on July 17, 2037.

Until then, she'll be spending her time at the low-security Florida prison, which holds around 500 female inmates.

Featured Image Credit: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy