(TALLAHASSEE, FLA) — Ghislaine Maxwell, mistress and accomplice to notorious sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, participated in a series of jailhouse interviews in prep for a TV documentary depicting the close-knit friendships, bonds, and circle of elite followers the corrupt duo formed throughout decades.
“I feel so bad for him. I follow what is happening to him,” the socialite recalled of Prince Andrew to documentary filmmaker Daphne Barak, according to The Sun.“He is paying such a price for the association. I consider him a dear friend. I care about him.”
Maxwell, 60, is currently serving 20 years in Tallahassee’s Federal Correctional Institute, a low-security federal prison, after being convicted of child sex-trafficking and other ludicrous offenses.
The disgraced socialite also spoke of her relations with dear friend and former US President Bill Clinton, who allegedly was a frequent passenger on Epstein’s sex jet from hell, the ‘Lolita Express.’
“It was a special friendship, which continued over the years,” Maxwell said. “We had lots in common. I feel bad that he is another victim, only because of his association with Jeffrey. I understand he, like others, can no longer consider me as a friend.”
She also spoke of her ties to former President Donald Trump, emphasizing how ‘grateful’ she felt over his willingness to ‘say what he thinks.’
“We knew each other and mingled in the same circles, in New York, Palm Beach. I was very grateful when he wished me well,” she recalled of Trump’s remarks, at the height of her arrest.
“He got bad media for it, but he dared, while others didn’t. I was honored he remembered me,” she said. “Well, he is known to say what he thinks. It gave me a big boost.”
Maxwell disclosed she’s suffering all associations to her deceased accomplice, citing in court statements that, “meeting Epstein was the greatest mistake of my life.”
The former socialite was arrested July 2, 2020, and so far, zero names on her client list have been publicly identified.