Ghislaine Maxwell, former girlfriend and associate of the dead rapist pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, also referred to as his “madame”, was found guilty earlier this year of conspiring to help Epstein sexually abuse teenage girls. She is serving time in prison pending an appeal. 


Ghislaine is now speaking out and she’s talking about Prince Andrew: 

“I accept that [my friendship with Andrew] could not survive my conviction. He is paying such a price for the association. I consider him a dear friend. I care about him,” Maxwell added.

So, like, are we supposed to take her lead and feel sympathy for him too? And…like… is a convicted sex trafficker the best character witness for the disgrace of the British royal family? 


The correct answer is no, but what I find so curious is how the Sun is positioning this story, Ghislaine’s story. Here are some additional tweets that they posted: 


Um, has the Sun joined Ghislaine Maxwell’s legal team? Or perhaps her publicity team? What’s even more disturbing is that the article highlights her claim that the now infamous photo of Prince Andrew with Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, then 17, is fake: 

A United States court has tried and convicted this woman. But the Sun is out here publishing her claims without contesting them. I’m not reading anything in this article that challenges her version of the story, and letting her version stand without contest only serves to undermine the victims, who fought for 20 years to be heard. 

But for whatever reason, a British tabloid seems to have taken up the cause of Ghislaine Maxwell who’s been convicted of helping a sexual predator. Why? Because she came from wealth and privilege? Because she’s friends with a member of the royal family? Because people are desperate to see Prince Andrew back on the scene?! I mean, sure, if that’s how you want to play it, if citing the words of a convict is supposed to hold up his character, by all means, go ahead.