Ghislaine Maxwell Will "Crack In Two Seconds" Says Epstein Ponzi Scheme Partner
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According to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Ponzi scheme partner Steven Hoffenberg, longtime girlfriend to Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell will "crack in two seconds" and cooperate with federal investigators now that she has been arrested.
“She was arrested in New Hampshire on Epstein-related charges and is expected to appear in a federal court later today,” NBC New York reported. “She was also alleged to have helped Epstein groom teen girls for sex with the rich and powerful. One of those teens, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, leveled that charge against Maxwell in a 2015 defamation suit.”
Hoffenberg served 18 years in jail for conducting one of the largest Ponzi schemes in United States history with Epstein. He is now saying that Maxwell will "totally cooperate" with federal investigators to avoid maximum jail time.
“They knew where she was all the time [in New Hampshire],” Hoffenberg said. “It was a question if America was going to take the case or not, now America has made up its mind to take the case.”
Hoffenberg, who still has contact with the spokesperson to Maxwell, says that Maxwell did not think she would ever be arrested.
“If they keep her in prison, she’ll crack in two seconds,” he said. “She’s not able to take that sort of cruel punishment, prison is too tough and hard, she’ll have to be in solitary confinement, and she’ll snap.”
“She’s going to cooperate and be very important,” he continued, adding that things may get very bad for some prominent people like the UK’s Prince Andrew. “Andrew may be very concerned, and there’s a lot of people very worried, a lot of powerful people been named [in the scandal], and she knows everything.”
Check out what the Daily Caller reported:
Prince Andrew has strongly denied any allegations of inappropriate conduct related to Epstein, saying last year that “any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue,” the Sun reported.
“This is a difficult time for everyone involved and I am at a loss to be able to understand or explain Mr. Epstein’s lifestyle,” he said in August, according to The Guardian. “I deplore the exploitation of any human being and would not condone, participate in, or encourage any such behaviour.”
Epstein accuser Virginia Guiffre claimed in a 2014 court filing that the prince molested her at Maxwell’s direction. The Guardian reported in 2019 that a court deemed this allegation “immaterial and impertinent” and ordered it struck out of a defamation claim against Maxwell.
According to Hoffenberg, Prince Andrew has not handled the Epstein situation very well.
“He should have spoken to them through his lawyers, and given them some guidance,” he said. “He should have given them something.”
Back in June, federal prosecutors asked for an interview with Prince Andrew however he has been totally unresponsive to the requests. Prince Andrew's attorneys however are claiming that he has offered to do an interview.
“The Duke of York has on at least three occasions this year offered his assistance as a witness to the DOJ,” said the attorney's statement said.
“Unfortunately, the DOJ has reacted to the first two offers by breaching their own confidentiality rules and claiming that the Duke has offered zero cooperation. In doing so, they are perhaps seeking publicity rather than accepting the assistance proffered,” the statement added.
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