Jeffrey Epstein, her ex-lover and convicted sex offender, supposedly cannot prevent Ghislaine Maxwell from revealing dirt about him.
A source who did not wish to be identified told the National Enquirer that Maxwell just got a reality TV show deal while she is still behind the prison. And the focus of the program will be on Maxwell revealing alarming information about Epstein and their prior relationship.
William Steel, a former jewel thief and ex-lover of Maxwell, will also appear on the reality television show. Steel is also likely to provide details about his brief relationship with Maxwell.
An unnamed insider said:
“Steel first met Ghislaine – who’s serving a 20-year stint for procuring underage prey for her twisted boss, Jeffrey Epstein – in Florida during the 90s. He had a wild affair with Ghislaine, 60, and was threatened by late pedophile Epstein, who died in 2019 under sketchy circumstances…”
Steel also spent a few years in prison for all of his actions. And he is now prepared to discuss and disclose the details of his dreadful relationship with Maxwell.
During an interview, Steel criticized Maxwell for her participation in Epstein’s sexual abuse den for adolescents in the 1990s. He said:
“Since I’ve been out, I’ve worked as a victim advocate, and I take my role seriously. What happened to young girls at the hands of Epstein and Ghislaine should never take place in our society.”
Even though it is apparent that Steel will not support Maxwell in his appearance on the reality TV show, there is no indication as to whether the program will be produced.
Maxwell is still incarcerated, so it is uncertain if she will be able to present her side of the tale. Therefore, it is prudent to take the tabloid’s statements with a grain of salt.
In the meantime, Maxwell has recently made news due to rumors that she is preparing to disclose the involvement of Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and others in sexual abuse instances from decades ago.
Prince Andrew was the sole one accused of sexually abusing little girls during the 1990s. And the other world leaders, including Clinton and Trump, are purportedly guilty by association because Epstein was their friend.
It is unknown whether U.S. leaders will be examined in this situation.