Ghislaine Maxwell, the ex-confidant of Jeffrey Epstein has been moved to the Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) Tallahassee by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP), a low-security prison. According to the Daily Wire, “In December 2021, Maxwell was found guilty on five of six federal charges in relation to her dealings with Epstein, including conspiracy to entice and transport individuals under 17 to travel in interstate commerce with intent to engage in illegal sexual activity.”
FCI Tallahassee will allow Maxwell to participate in several recreation activities like yoga, pilates, flag football, and frisbee. She can also take advantage of the apprenticeship programs to learn vocational skills.
Maxwell’s attorneys requested she serve her sentence at a jail in Danbury, but the Bureau of Prisons did not allow it. Maxwell, who is 60, was staying at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklynn, New York. Her lawyers alleged that an inmate sharing the same housing unit had been bribed to murder Maxwell. Maxwell was then moved to the general population unit, where she received death threats.