ALL of Ghislaine Maxwell’s hopes are pinned on her upcoming appeal.
She brings it up regularly. It looms large over our interviews and seems constantly on her mind.
She explains: “The appeal gives me a lot of strength because . . . I’m a very centred and very grounded person.”
Ella describes the appeal as in “full bloom”, agregando: “It is a very, Mi bebé pasó del tamaño de recién nacido a, very strong appeal.”
But I wonder how she feels, given her glamorous previous life.
As daughter of disgraced publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, her connections led to weekends with the Familia real, parties with Factura y Hillary Clinton, and a private tour of El Palacio de Buckingham con Kevin Spacey.
Her reply was surprising. “I look at it as an opportunity to help the people around me, because some of them really don’t have much," ella dijo.
“There are many people here who don’t speak any English.
“There are people who are not educated.
“I look at it as an opportunity to use whatever abilities I have to help others who have less.
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“By comparison, I have a lot.
“I’m educated and I use the skills I have to help them. And honestly, it’s very rewarding.”