Convicted child sex trafficker and offender Ghislaine Maxwell was transferred Friday to a low-security prison in Tallahassee, Florida.
Maxwell was found guilty on five of six charges related to her relationship with convicted child predator Jeffrey Epstein in Dec. 2021. She was sentenced to twenty years in federal prison in June. It was expected that Maxwell would serve her time at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Danbury, Connecticut, the prison which inspired the hit TV series “Orange is the New Black,” according to the New York Post.
Instead, Maxwell now resides at an FCI in Tallahassee, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The prison is a low-security environment and will give Maxwell a lot more space and movement than what she’s experienced thus far, according to the FCI Tallahassee handbook.
Maxwell could not receive visitors when she was held in Brooklyn, but as an inmate at Tallahassee she’s allowed to visit with up to four adults and eight children at any given time, the handbook continued.
Maxwell will also have access to occupational training in a range of different areas, like cosmetology, business, plumbing, and even as a butcher or landscape technician, the handbook noted. There are also a number of recreation, leisure and social programs, including both indoor and outdoor activities, all of which makes the facility sound more like a summer camp than prison.
Maxwell is going to have access to frisbee, pilates and yoga, according to the Zoukis Consulting Group who advises individuals entering prisons. She’ll also be able to watch movies and take part in talent shows, according to the consulting group.
Along with a plethora of other positives, like having access to books, magazines, MP3 players, radios, newspapers and more, Maxwell will be able to take part in a number of physical fitness programs related to “stress reduction,” according to the handbook.
Reporting from The Daily Caller.