Glenn Maxwell: From Billionaire Madam to Prisoner, New Interview Seeks to Rewrite History
- Glenn Maxwell, the one-time Madam of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, was convicted of sex crimes against underage girls
- Maxwell is appealing her 20-year sentence and is conducting an audacious and strangely compelling interview from prison in an attempt to rewrite her history
- She claims Prince Andrew is a victim of a malicious hoax and that those who think she is guilty misunderstand her completely
- She has chosen to speak with her brother Kevin in an interview brokered by producer Daphne Barack
- Virginia du Frey, an abuse survivor, believes there is no disputing the facts as the court found
- Randy kogan, a psychologist based in Florida’s Palm Beach, believes Maxwell hunted and preyed on young girls for sexual exploitation and sex trafficking
- Maxwell attaches herself to causes such as saving the planet’s oceans and helping other inmates
- She believes Jeffrey Epstein was murdered and that Robert Maxwell did not commit suicide.
Prince Andrew, Glenn Maxwell and Epsteins Trafficking Allegations: The 12 Million Pound Settlement and Staged Photo
- Glenn Maxwell is currently incarcerated in Florida
- She has been trying to exonerate herself, as well as fighting for the redemption of Prince Andrew
- Virginia Du Frey accused the prince of being trafficked to him by Epstein and Maxwell
- The prince settled a civil lawsuit with her for 12 million pounds
- Glenn is now claiming a photo taken of Virginia and Prince Andrew was a hoax
- She believes there is evidence that it was staged in her London townhouse
- Psychologists say destruction of properties related to abuse does not remove all scars, but it helps healing.
Prince Andrew Settles Case Despite Evidence of Discredited Photograph from 2011
- Glenn Maxwell exhibits narcissistic qualities with no remorse, empathy or compassion
- There is a lack of insight which means she is unlikely to be rehabilitated
- The photograph was published in 2011 and never contested as fake until Prince Andrew was sued, despite having evidence that could have disproven it
- Prince Andrew settled the case instead.