Maxwell is the former girlfriend of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who died in prison last year while waiting for his trace.
The prison leaders are desperately ready to prevent the same thing from happening again.
A source told the Mail on Sunday: “She is moved from cell to cell and sometimes has a cellmate, sometimes not.
« [The authorities] are terrified that someone is trying to kill her to keep moving her. ”
“Jeffrey Epstein died behind bars and they [the authorities] are terrified that someone is trying to kill Ghislaine. ”
Initially, she was given paper clothes to prevent her from committing suicide, the insider said, but now wears a prison shirt and pants.
It is claimed that Maxwell has not had a haircut for a year.
An orientation book seen by the Mail on Sunday says that she gets up at 6 a.m. every day and has to make her bed at 7:30 a.m.
She is allowed to use a radio or an MP3 player, but only one pair of sneakers per year.
Former prison governor Cameron Lindsay had previously said attacking Maxwell would be a “badge of honor” for inmates.
A prison insider has already said, “The general opinion in Merrimack was that she was a wealthy and arrogant b ****.
“No one wanted anything to do with it. ”
Epstein, 66, was found hanged on August 10 in a New York jail last year while awaiting trial for allegations of child trafficking.
Her death was declared suicide.
Maxwell forcefully denied accusations of attracting underage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse on Friday and said she deserved bail, citing the risk that she could contract the coronavirus in prison.
She filed her claim with the US District Court in Manhattan eight days after her arrest in New Hampshire, where authorities said she was hiding in a large property she had purchased while protecting her identity.
She said her detention there put her “in danger” of contracting a coronavirus, after 55 detainees and staff tested positive for Covid-19 until June 30.
Maxwell faces six criminal charges, including four related to the transportation of minors for illegal sexual acts between 1994 and 1997, and two for perjury in depositions regarding his role in the abuses of Epstein.
Maxwell said on Friday that she “vigorously denies the charges” and intends to fight them.
Her indictment is on July 14 and prosecutors want her to be detained until trial.
Maxwell’s bail package includes a $ 5 million bond, passport surrender, “strict” travel restrictions, and house arrest with electronic surveillance.
She said she would continue to need security officers to keep her safe.
Maxwell also maintained that she was not at risk of absconding, claiming to have remained in the United States since Epstein’s arrest.