Ghislaine Maxwell

Ghislaine Maxwell is the best friend of infamous double killer Narcy Novack, Florida low security prison

Ghislaine Maxwell has become best friends with infamous double killer Narcy Novack as they languish in a Florida jail together, according to reports.

The couple reportedly spent long hours talking, laughing and joking in the low-security FCI Tallahassee.

Their similar ages – Maxwell being 60 and Novack, 65 – as well as their rich backgrounds and long sentences would have cemented their bond.

Maxwell was sent to prison late last month after being sentenced to 20 years for helping billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein abuse underage girls.

Novack was jailed in 2012, after being found guilty of orchestrating the deaths of her millionaire husband and stepmother.

Ghislaine Maxwell ‘is best friends with infamous double killer Narcy Novack in a low-security Florida prison and spends hours talking, laughing and joking’

Narcy Novack, 65, of Fort Lauderdale, was sentenced to life in FCI Tallahassee, a low-security prison in Florida.

Narcy Novack, 65, of Fort Lauderdale, was sentenced to life in FCI Tallahassee, a low-security prison in Florida.

“Once inside, Ghislaine gravitated towards Narcy. Due to the length of her stay inside and the brutality of her crime, she is being treated as a woman,’ a source told the Mirror.

“Ghislaine will have a modicum of protection thanks to her friendship, but given their age and their past as millionaires, they were always destined to get along well.

“Together they spend hours talking, laughing and joking.”

Tallahassee Prison is designated as a low-security prison, which means inmates can take various courses and even complete internships.

But it may be more like a summer camp where inmates are encouraged to do gardening, baking, cooking and housekeeping, yoga, pilates, weight training, softball and frisbee.

Maxwell is at FCI Tallahassee (pictured) where she will serve her 20-year sentence.  It's just hours from Epstein's Palm Beach mansion, where she helped him sexually abuse young girls

Maxwell is at FCI Tallahassee (pictured) where she will serve her 20-year sentence. It’s just hours from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion, where she helped him sexually abuse young girls

A photo of the interior of the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution where the couple are now located

A photo of the interior of the Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution where the couple are now located

Maxwell has to wear khakis at FCI Tallahassee, and she'll be woken up at 5 a.m. every day for breakfast at 6 a.m.

Maxwell has to wear khakis at FCI Tallahassee, and she’ll be woken up at 5 a.m. every day for breakfast at 6 a.m.

Maxwell, who once led a lavish lifestyle and counted Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton among his friends, earns a paltry 15 to 27 cents an hour at FCI Tallahassee.

Prison consultants said Maxwell will clean toilets, bathrooms or do the dishes before being given long-term work like managing payroll or reading water meters.

Maxwell and Novack’s day begins at 5 a.m. when the lights come on. Breakfast is served at 6 a.m. and lunch at 10:30 a.m. – the early hour is to allow the kitchen to feed the entire population.

Maxwell was convicted after a nearly month-long trial last December in which her victims testified that she lured them to Epstein when they were just 14 years old.

Finally, after five days of deliberation, the jury found her guilty on five of the six counts against her, including one of inciting underage girls to engage in sexual acts with Epstein.

Judge Alison Nathan handed down the sentence of 240 months followed by five years of probation on June 28

Judge Alison Nathan handed down the sentence of 240 months followed by five years of probation on June 28

During the sentencing, Maxwell said she wanted to “acknowledge” the pain of her victims, but stopped short of apologizing.

On June 28, Judge Alison Nathan handed down the sentence of 240 months followed by five years of supervised release after calling Maxwell’s crimes “heinous and preliminary”.

She also imposed a $750,000 fine, noting that Maxwell received a $10 million bequest from Epstein after his death.

‘Mrs. Maxwell worked with Epstein to select vulnerable young victims and played a pivotal role in facilitating sexual abuse,’ Judge Nathan said, noting that the case called for a ‘very significant sentence’ which sent a ‘ unequivocal message ”that such crimes would be punished.

Prior to his sentencing, Maxwell made a public statement expressing remorse for his actions.

“I realize that I have been convicted for helping Jeffrey Epstein commit these crimes,” she said. “My association with Epstein will permanently stain me. It is the greatest regret of my life that I have ever encountered.

She added that Epstein “deceived everyone in his orbit” and claimed that she herself was one of his victims.

Epstein and Maxwell are pictured in an undated photo.  He killed himself in prison in August 2019, while Maxwell was jailed for 20 years for child sex trafficking in June.

Epstein and Maxwell are pictured in an undated photo. He killed himself in prison in August 2019, while Maxwell was jailed for 20 years for child sex trafficking in June.

She also wrote in a pre-sentence memo that a troubled childhood made her vulnerable to such heinous acts after her father’s mysterious death in 1991.

For three weeks, the jury heard how Maxwell “served” underage girls for Epstein and relished her role as “lady of the house” at her Palm Beach, Florida mansion.

Between 1994 and 2004, lawyers argued that Maxwell was Epstein’s “right hand man” and paid $200 for sexualized massages or even participated in the abuse.

The victims, some as young as 14, received a similar amount of money if they brought friends to Epstein, the jury heard.

During the trial, prosecutors called 24 witnesses to give jurors a picture of life inside Epstein’s homes – a subject of public fascination and speculation since his 2006 arrest in Florida in a pedophilia.

Before his sentencing in June, Maxwell made a public statement expressing remorse for his actions

Before his sentencing in June, Maxwell made a public statement expressing remorse for his actions

His new boyfriend, Narcy Novack was convicted of hiring hitmen who in 2009 killed Ben Novack Jr. in New York and Bernice Novack in Florida. Veliz, from Brooklyn.

Ben Novack, 53, was the son of the man who built the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, a celebrity hangout in the 1950s and 1960s that appeared in the films Scarface and Goldfinger.

He was beaten to death with dumbbells in July 2009 in his bed at a hotel in Rye Brook, New York, where his travel company was running an Amway convention.

‘Cruel and sadistic’ Narcy Novack who offered killers a pillow to drown out the screams of her hotel tycoon husband, has been jailed for life for plotting her and her mother’s deaths

A thug who admitted to committing the murder testified that Novack ordered her husband’s eyes to be cut out with a knife and offered him a pillow to stifle his screams.

Three months earlier, Novack’s 86-year-old mother, Bernice, had been killed in Fort Lauderdale after being hit in the teeth and head with a plumber’s wrench.

The murders “involved a particularly cruel, sadistic and wanton savagery rarely seen in the annals of crime”, prosecutors said when they called for life sentences.

They said Narcy Novack feared her husband would divorce her and a prenuptial agreement would kick her out of the multi-million dollar family estate. They said his motives were “hate, greed and revenge”.

The judge said he could find no mitigating factors in Novack’s life.

“There’s really nothing to explain what she did,” he said. “She lived a life of privilege.”

Ghislaine Maxwell is the best friend of infamous double killer Narcy Novack, Florida low security prison

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