Ghislaine Maxwell is being moved from “cell to cell” in her Brooklyn lockup — over fears someone will try to kill the accused Jeffrey Epstein madam before she stands trial, according to a report.
The Post already revealed how the 58-year-old British socialite was forced to wear paper clothes and sleep on a bare mattress so she couldn’t hang herself with clothes or bedsheets like Epstein.
Now insiders have told the Mail on Sunday that prison officials are so “terrified someone will try to kill her” that they are constantly moving her around inside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
“She is being moved from cell to cell and sometimes has a cellmate, sometimes not,” an insider told the UK paper.
“Jeffrey Epstein died behind bars and they are terrified someone will try to kill Ghislaine,” the source said.
There are also fears over a coronavirus outbreak in the prison system “which could kill her,” the source warned.
Former warden Cameron Lindsay previously told The Post that the risks for a high-profile inmate like Maxwell are real.
“To take someone out like that, that would be a badge of honor in the subculture of prisons,” he said.
After the paper clothes safety precaution, Maxwell is now in prison regulation khaki shirt and pants, the report said. She also has long hair and unkempt nails and looks “far from the perfectly groomed socialite seen in photographs,” the Mail’s source said.
“She was in deep shock at first, but she is getting better each day. She is not a whiner or complainer,” the insider said.
Maxwell’s day in the Sunset Park jail starts at 6 a.m., with a breakfast of “grits, whole wheat toast and fruit,” the UK paper said.
Her phone calls are limited to 15 minutes, with a maximum of 300 minutes per month — and she is banned from having any “nude or sexually suggestive” photos, the Mail said.
Maxwell, who is facing four counts of sex trafficking and two counts of perjury, was transferred to the facility after her arrest in a New Hampshire hideaway. She is expected to be arraigned Tuesday.