Ghislane Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy Trailer, Plot, Launch Date

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Ghislaine Maxwell’s story is now the topic of one other documentary. The socialite, who aided Jeffrey Epstein in his crimes, was already profiled in a Starz documentary titled “Who Is Ghislaine Maxwell?” — and now her story is getting the Netflix therapy.

Maxwell was sentenced to twenty years in federal jail in June on fees associated to the intercourse trafficking and interstate transportation of minors. A one-time girlfriend and later good friend of Epstein, she performed a key position in recruiting the minors who Epstein sexually abused, per The New York Times. She is presently incarcerated in Tallahassee, FL, per ABC News.

The forthcoming documentary, entitled “Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy,” is a follow-up to the documentary “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Wealthy,” which was launched in 2020. Director Lisa Bryant has returned for the Maxwell movie.

Forward, try what we learn about it.

“Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy” Plot

In line with the undertaking’s description on Netflix, “tales from survivors body this documentary detailing the sex-trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, a socialite and confederate of Jeffrey Epstein.” The trailer’s description reads, “Uncover the monster behind the monster. From filmmakers behind ‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Wealthy’ transcend the headlines of the Ghislaine Maxwell case to inform the definitive story of Epstein’s mysterious confederate, illuminating how her class and privilege hid her predatory nature.” The trailer itself guarantees to inform the story of the “monster behind the monster.” Evidently the documentary will discover Maxwell’s background, her relationship with Epstein, and the trial that led to her sentencing.

“Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy” Launch Date

“Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy” might be on Netflix on Nov. 25.

“Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Wealthy” Trailer

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