Ghislaine Maxwell quarantined after doable publicity to coronavirus
Ghislaine Maxwell was moved to prison quarantine after possible exposure to the coronavirus.
E! News can confirm that the 58-year-old former celebrity is in charge of bringing in underage girls Jeffrey Epstein, was quarantined in a Brooklyn detention center after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. Maxwell has so far run negative tests, according to prosecutors.
The prosecutor briefed the judge of Maxwell's status as she prepared for the trial. Maxwell was last tested on Wednesday November 18 and will remain in quarantine until December 18.
The law enforcement team informed the judge on the file that "while she is in quarantine, the defendant will be kept in the same cell as she was in before she was quarantined and that medical and psychological personnel will remain in control will take over. " Defendant every day. "