Ghislaine Maxwell on suicide watch after swapping luxury life for a cramped prison cell

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GHISLAINE Maxwell is under surveillance this evening – after having exchanged his life of extraordinary luxury for a cramped prison cell.

Every movement of the British socialite was monitored at Merrimack County Jail in New Hampshire, sources told the Sun.

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Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday morning in New Hampshire by FBI agents for helping to find young girls for EpsteinCredit: Rex Features
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A prison cell in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, where Ghislaine is being heldCredit: AP: Associated Press

It is only one hour from the huge £ 800,000 house where she was locked up before the arrest.

Friends have revealed that she has up to 16 million books in the bank and has spent time cooking, boxing and reading Boris Johnson books in the 156 acre estate.

Now Maxwell, 58, is closely watched during American imprisonment.

He was at the center of a coronavirus alert in March when a prison guard tested positive for the deadly infection.

A prison source said: “Given the death of Jeffrey Epstein in prison, everyone is obviously anxious to make sure that nothing happens to Ghislaine Maxwell.

“Its safety is a top priority. The case is handled with great sensitivity. “

Maxwell's home, where she was arrested yesterday, is named 5
Maxwell’s home, where she was arrested yesterday, is named “Tuckedaway”
Epstein died in his cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center in August of last year

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Epstein died in his cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center in August of last yearCredit: AP: Associated Press
Maxwell faces 35 years in prison for caring for children and perjury

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Maxwell faces 35 years in prison for caring for children and perjuryCredit: EPA

Maxwell faces a 35-year prison sentence for caring for children and accusing him of perjury related to Epstein’s child sex trafficking network.

A British woman – suspected of being Maxwell – was heard sobbing in prison before her appearance in court on Thursday.

She was heard to say, “What is f * going on … Seriously, what is f *? “

Epstein died in his cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center in August of last year while he was held without bail pending trial for child trafficking.

An autopsy revealed that the financier had suffered several fractures of the neck – often compatible with strangulation.

But the chief medical examiner, Dr. Barbara Sampson, recorded the death as suicide “after careful examination” of the case.

The house Ghislaine Maxwell bought for money to escape capture

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