Ghislaine Maxwell ‘hated’ Princess Diana and ‘made her cry’

2028

GHISLAINE MAXWELL “hated” Princess Diana and “made her cry”, an alleged s*x abuse victim once claimed.

However, Maxwell was not friendly with other members of the Royal Family, particularly the late Princess Diana.

According to Maria Farmer, who alleges both Maxwell and Epstein s*xually abused her in the Nineties, Maxwell “hated” Diana and took every opportunity to bully her.

Ms Farmer told The Sun: “Ghislaine’s like: ‘Look, there we made her [Diana] cry, isn’t that funny? We hated Diana’.

Ghislaine Maxwell / Princess Diana

Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly ‘hated’ Princess Diana. (Image: Getty Images)

Andrew and Ghislaine

Andrew and Ghislaine have been friends since the eighties. (Image: Getty Images)

“That’s what she said. I was like: ‘Oh my god, that’s horrible’.

“They were very mean to her, like abusive, but they thought it was really funny. Very, very sick.”

Ms Farmer first made allegations against Maxwell and Epstein in 1996 to the New York Police department and the FBI.

She and her sister, Annie Farmer, then tried to tell their story when Vicky Ward, a reporter for Vanity Fair, told them she was writing a story about Epstein’s convoluted finances in 2003.

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2005.

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2005. (Image: Getty Images)

Years later, in 2019, Ms Ward tweeted that her editor, Graydon Carter, had cut the testimonials.

In 2006, FBI agents approached Maria after new allegations surfaced that spurred an extensive investigation into Epstein.

However, any hope of federal prosecution diminished when Epstein was given a plea deal in 2008 that allowed him to admit to only one count of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution.

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein was charged with s*x trafficking in 2005. (Image: Getty Images)

Epstein served 13 months of an 18-month sentence.

It wasn’t until 2019 that Epstein was charged with s*x trafficking and conspiracy to engage in s*x trafficking.

But, the disgraced financier never saw his day in court, as he is believed to have killed himself while awaiting trial.

In December 2021, Annie Farmer was one of the four accusers who testified against Ghislaine Maxwell.

She said she felt “tremendous relief” after the jury convicted the socialite of charges related to the abuse and s*x trafficking of underage girls.

She told Good Morning America soon after: “I just feel so grateful that the jury believed us and sent a strong message that perpetrators of s*xual abuse and exploitation will be held accountable no matter how much power and privilege they have.”

According to her testimony, Maxwell played a “really important part of the grooming process” in Epstein’s s*x trafficking ring, noting the pair “worked as a team”.

The British socialite was found guilty on five of six charges against her – all except enticing an individual under the age of 17 to travel with intent to engage in illegal s*x act – and faces a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison.

Annie Farmer and Courtney Wild.

Annie Farmer and Courtney Wild. (Image: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who filed a lawsuit against Andrew, previously alleged that she was trafficked by the late convicted s*x offender Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

She later sued the the Duke of York for s*xual assault, claiming Andrew had s*x with her when she was 17 and an alleged s*x trafficking victim.

The Duke of York vehemently denied the claims.

Andrew was stripped of his honorary military roles, with the Duke also giving up using his HRH – a style he was born with.

Virginia Giuffre

Virginia Roberts Giuffre (Image: Getty Images)

However, this was not an admission of guilt and Andrew continues to deny the allegations made against him.

‘House of Maxwell’ airs tonight at 9pm on BBC Two.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

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