Jeremy Kyle interviews Ghislaine Maxwell from behind bars

Jeremy Kyle interviews Ghislaine Maxwell from behind bars with disgraced socialite to talk about Epstein, friend Prince Andrew and the Queen as she serves 20-year jail term for grooming young girls

  • Jeremy Kyle has interviewed Ghislaine Maxwell from her Florida prison
  • Disgraced socialite, 52, is serving a 20-years for procuring girls for Epstein
  • Mr Kyle’s interview with Maxwell will be broadcast on Monday night at 7pm

Jeremy Kyle has interviewed Ghislaine Maxwell from her Florida prison, it was revealed today, where she discusses paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, their mutual friend Prince Andrew and the Queen. 

The broadcaster, whose ITV morning show was axed after a guest took his own life following a lie detector test, is now appearing on Rupert Murdoch’s Talk TV.

Disgraced socialite Maxwell, 52, is serving a 20-year sentence for procuring girls for her late paedophile lover Jeffrey Epstein to degrade and abuse. 

Last night Mr Kyle revealed that his interview with Maxwell will be broadcast on Monday night at 7pm, although it is not yet clear if there will be footage of the disgraced heiress behind bars.

Speaking about the show, called ‘Ghislaine Behind Bars’, Mr Kyle told viewers last night: ‘Maxwell lifts the lid on Epstein, Prince Andrew and even our late Queen. This is Ghislaine Maxwell behind bars and in her own words’.

Ghislaine Maxwell has spoken to Talk TV in an interview to be broadcast next Monday at 7pm

Mr Kyle told viewers last night: ‘Maxwell lifts the lid on Epstein, Prince Andrew and even our late Queen. This is Ghislaine Maxwell behind bars and in her own words’

Maxwell is serving a 20-year sentence for grooming young girls for her paedophile lover Jeffrey Epstein. She is pictured with Epstein in an undated photograph

Last weekend The Mail on Sunday revealed that Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen.

Speaking from the Florida prison, Maxwell said: ‘I thought the Queen was one of the most exceptional women I ever had the honour and privilege of meeting.’ 

Ghislaine Maxwell is hosting ETIQUETTE CLASSES for inmates: Click here to read more 



Ten days ago it emerged that the daughter of disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell is hosting etiquette classes for inmates as she tries to reinvent herself as a female role model.

Maxwell has preached to inmates about women’s empowerment and the need to ‘maintain high moral standards’ in the twice-weekly sessions for up to 40 convicts.

A notice pinned up inside the Federal Correctional Institution, in Tallahassee, read: ‘Taught by Mrs. Maxwell this course teaches the three principles of etiquette – focusing on respect, consideration and honesty.’

Oxford-educated Maxwell also talks about emulating powerful female figures, citing her former friend Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid as an example of how women can ‘smash the glass ceiling’.

The course also counts towards the First Step Act, meaning inmates including drug pushers, white-collar criminals and convicted murderers can shave up to 15 days off their sentences by attending.

It’s proven so popular Maxwell is hosting classes in both English and Spanish with the help of a Colombian inmate acting as a translator for the prison’s sizable Hispanic population.

‘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,’ an insider said.

‘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 was Prince Andrew’s guest at Buckingham Palace on several occasions, but was also invited to a more intimate gathering at Balmoral in the summer of 1999 while the Queen was believed to be in residence. Pictured: Prince Andrew, Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and Caroline Stanley in June 2000

Convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen. She is pictured with Jeffrey Epstein at the Queen’s log cabin at Glen Beg, Balmoral

Maxwell has said spending time with the monarch and discussing their shared love of horses was one of the greatest honours of her life. The Queen is pictured in September 2022

Maxwell’s course ran from December 5 to 30 and a second round of lessons has been approved by prison authorities to start soon, our source added.

In the meantime Maxwell – prisoner 02879-509 but nicknamed Max by incarcerated friends – has been teaching a yoga class as well as working in the prison library, helping the 755-strong female population pick out books.

She’s got daily access to a 400-meter running track where she regularly goes jogging.

Maxwell, daughter of disgraced UK newspaper magnate Robert Maxwell, was convicted in December 2021 of five counts of grooming minors for longtime confidante Epstein, who hanged himself in 2019.

After two years locked up at the fortress-like Metropolitan Detention Center in New York, where she complained of maggot infested meals and inhumane treatment, Maxwell was expected to serve her time in Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) Danbury – the Connecticut prison that inspired Orange is the New Black.

But without any explanation she was instead shipped 1,000 miles south in late July to the Sunshine State, where warped Epstein abused many of his victims at his Palm Beach mansion.

FCI Tallahassee – Maxwell’s prospective home until at least July 17, 2037 – is surrounded by a maze of 30ft fences and cameras but the elegant, red-brick building behind the rolls of jagged razor wire looks more akin to a high school or college campus.

Prior to her 2019 arrest, jet-setting Maxwell’s long list of high society pals included disgraced UK royal Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.

Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking a minor, transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and three counts of conspiracy after a federal trial in New York heard that she lured girls as young as 14 into Epstein’s clutches.

Maxwell expressed remorse as she was handed down a 240-month sentence, telling her victims: ‘I hope my conviction and harsh incarceration brings you closure.’

However Maxwell has since appealed her conviction and sentence, her spokesman said: ‘Her spirits are holding up well as you might expect of an innocent woman.’

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