REPORT: Ghislaine Maxwell Is Teaching Etiquette Classes In Prison

Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly teaching etiquette classes for inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee, Florida.

The disgraced socialite is currently serving a 20-year sentence for obtaining young girls for Jeffrey Epstein to use in his sexual exploits. Maxwell’s alleged courses promote women’s empowerment, Daily Mail reported Monday. She is also purportedly teaching inmates about the importance of maintaining “high moral standards.”

The 52-year-old teaches twice a week and has hosted up to 40 prisoners, according to Daily Mail.

Flyers are posted within the walls of the correctional institute in promotion of Maxwell’s alleged motivational meetings, the outlet reported. “Taught by Mrs. Maxwell this course teaches the three principles of etiquette – focusing on respect, consideration and honesty,” one flyer reads, according to Daily Mail.

Maxwell’s alleged program was designed as a four-week course covering proper manners, how to talk in a job interview and how to dress for a job interview, unnamed sources told Daily Mail.

The ex-socialite reportedly highlights Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid as an example of female success. Her alleged courses count towards the facility’s First Step Act, according to Daily Mail. Inmates who participate in the First Step Act may take up to 15 days off their prison sentences, the outlet reported. Drug dealers, white collar criminals and convicted murderers may take part in the program, according to Daily Mail. (RELATED: Bryan Cranston Reveals He Lost His Virginity To A Prostitute At 16)

Prison authorities approved Maxwell to teach a second round of lessons, the outlet reported. She is allegedly teaching in both English and Spanish, with the aid of a Columbian inmate who acts as a translator for Hispanic prisoners, according to Daily Mail.

Maxwell hopes to teach fellow inmates that being a convicted female felon doesn’t make them second class citizens, the outlet reported, citing an unnamed source.

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