Ghislaine Maxwell, the disgraced socialite who was sentenced to 20 years in jail for sex trafficking minor girls for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein,is reportedly teaching etiquette classes to other inmates at the Federal Correctional Institute in Tallahassee.
According to the Daily Mail, the classes are taught twice a week for four weeks and covers everything from having good manners to how to talk, dress and carry yourself in a job interview. The classes also teach the importance of “maintaining high moral standards.”
The course is so popular that Maxwell is teaching it in both English and Spanish. It also count towards the First Step Act which allows inmates to shave 15 days off their sentences by attending.
“It’s less about balancing books on heads and being ladylike, and more about having confidence in yourself – how to behave and talk in a professional manner, the secrets of success in the corporate world, that sort of thing,” one source told the outlet. “Miss Maxwell’s message is, so what if you’re a woman and a convicted felon, you’re not a second class citizen. She’s an unlikely role model but she’s very passionate about this.”
Maxwell completed one round of lessons in her course in December and prison officials have authorized another round of classes set to begin soon.
Maxwell was convicted in December 2021 of five charges, including sex trafficking a minor, for recruiting and grooming four girls to have sexual encounters with her then boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein between 1994 and 2004.
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