Jeffrey Epstein’s Accomplice is Living in a Lap of Luxury in Paris…Why Hasn’t She Been Apprehended?

Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who was deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s right-hand woman for years, is reportedly living in a lap of luxury in a high-class Paris flat despite being accused by many of Epstein’s victims of helping orchestrate his global child sex trafficking operation.

Right now, the FBI wants to interview Maxwell about her connections to Epstein, who died mysteriously in his prison cell last year. She is refusing to comply with the request and living it up seemingly without any fear of being apprehended.

According to The Sun, Maxwell is holed up nearby Epstein’s former $8.6 million mansion. She reportedly lives in a secretive bolthole at the Avenue Matignon, which is located in Paris’s ritzy and exclusive 8th Arrondissement. The pad belongs to a rich business associate of Maxwell’s from Normandy, and she is being allowed to flop there in order to lay low.

“Ghislaine is moving locations every month to keep private investigators off her tail and is ­staying at the residences of trusted colleagues and contacts,” a source told The Sun.

“She wants to remain in France for as long as she can to take advantage of extradition laws and has a huge network of contacts willing to keep her hidden. Under French law anyone born on French soil is safe from extradition to another country, regardless of the alleged crime,” the source continued.

“It doesn’t mean she won’t be ­prosecuted for her links to Epstein but if she does end up facing charges it will be in France and not the US,” they added.

Big League Politics has reported on Maxwell’s actions after her former partner-in-crime Epstein was brutally choked to death in a Manhattan prison:

While Jeffrey Epstein met a gruesome end by way of “suicide,” his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell has flown under the radar for the most part. That may be changing soon, however, if her hacked emails come to light.

Lawyers for the British socialite admitted that Maxwell’s emails had been hacked in a letter that they filed last year in Epstein victim Virginia Guiffre’s defamation case. Maxwell’s attorney, Ty Gee sent the letter to New York federal court Judge Loretta A. Preska on Dec. 5, and it was finally made public this week.

The letter notes that it is “difficult-to-overstate importance to the lives of Ms. Maxwell and the non-parties” regarding the 8,600 pages were reportedly hacked. It bemoans “the difficulty and complexity” of the entire situation, and calls for key information to be withheld or redacted.

The letter urges careful consideration in redacting the information. It says the task “could not be accomplished by scanning or speed-reading” because granular information such as “a surname or an email address” must be hidden from the public. It claims that mistakes were made when 2,000 pages were unsealed by the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals and made available to the public in August.

“Despite the Second Circuit’s best efforts, it made serious mistakes. For example, it redacted a non-party’s name in one location but not another; so the media immediately gained access to that name,” Gee wrote.

“As another example, it redacted Ms. Maxwell’s email address (which linked to her own domain name) in one location but not another; shortly afterward hackers breached the host computer,” he added.

According to reporting from The Daily Telegraph, Maxwell regularly used a secret email server to conduct her correspondence. This was likely done to make it more difficult for authorities to access to her messages, but it made her more vulnerable to hacking attempts.

It has been speculated that Maxwell was Epstein’s handler, and that she is being protected because of the secrets she knows from conducting the deceased pedophile’s blackmail operation for so many years.

Maxwell is being protected by very powerful interests, and insiders have said that those shielding her from repercussions could be high up within the Israeli government.

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