Ghislaine Maxwell news: Brit ‘will strike plea deal and absolve’ Prince Andrew as she faces 23 hours a day in jail cell


GHISLAINE Maxwell could strike a plea deal, exonerate Prince Andrew from any wrongdoing and walk in a few years, according to a pal.

An anonymous friend told the Sunday Times that they expect her to get a good deal with the prosecutors by turning on key members of the Epstein inner circle.

But the pal said Maxwell would use the deal to “exonerate” Prince Andrew of his alleged links – with the Duke of York denying any wrongdoing.

Meanwhile, the British socialite will be locked in her prison cell for 23 hours a day, reveals the man who used to run the jail.

Until her high-profile trial next July she will be watched day and night at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.

She will be forced to wear paper clothes and her sheets will be taken away to prevent suicide.

Former warden Cameron Lindsay told Newsweek: “I would expect her to be locked down 23 hours a day. I’m sure she’ll be getting legal visits though throughout the day.

“She would only be moved for visiting purposes or to go to one hour of recreation a day.”

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