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Ghislaine Maxwell will “teach yoga” at low-security Florida prison

Jeffrey Epstein Maxwell Trial
In this courtroom sketch, Ghislaine Maxwell enters the courtroom escorted by U.S. Marshalls at the start of her trial, Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, in New York. Two years after Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide behind bars, a jury is set to be picked Monday in New York City to determine a central question in the long-running sex trafficking case: Was his longtime companion, Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s puppet or accomplice? (AP Photo/Elizabeth Williams)

(TALLAHASSEE) – Cosmetology, baking, plumbing, and an inmate talent show are some of the activities in store for Ghislaine Maxwell during her 20 year prison sentence for being the ‘right-hand-man’ to Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking empire.

Maxwell has been transferred to FCI Tallahassee, “a low security United States federal prison for female inmates.”

According to the Bureau of Prisons, Maxwell will be qualified for release on July 17th, 2037.

Maxwell’s transfer comes after she complained about her treatment and experience at the Metropolitan Detention Center in New York City.

Her defense attorneys accused prison staff of frequently administering invasive searches while constantly recording her.

Maxwell will be able to keep herself entertained by participating in yoga, jogging, and learning languages in the recreational library.

It is reported that she is becoming fluent in Russian to “avoid going insane.”

The former socialite was convicted of luring victims as young as 14 years old, many from Palm Beach County, for her former partner to sexually abuse.

Her lawyers have filed a notice of appeal of her sentence and conviction.

Staff Writer, Julianna Caban, contributed to the story.