A creepy request that Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly once made of someone for a birthday present for the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has just been revealed to the public.
Journalist Christopher Mason told the Times of London that Maxwell once approached him asking that he write a song for Epstein’s birthday that included references to 24-hour erections and schoolgirl crushes. He added that the now-58 year-old British socialite decided to approach him because he was known for penning witty musical “roasts.”
“Normally I speak to as many people who know the person as possible. But this time I was only allowed to speak to Ghislaine,” Mason recalled of the chilling request.
He added that Maxwell had some very specific lyrics that she wanted included in the song, including one to Epstein having erections that lasted 24 hours. She also wanted the song to have lyrics about schoolgirls having crushes on Epstein during his time as a teacher at the elite Dalton School on the Upper East Side of New York City.
Mason did not elaborate on when the request was made, nor did he say if he went through with writing the song.
Epstein killed himself in prison last August while awaiting trial for sex crimes. Maxwell, who was his alleged madam, was arrested earlier this month on six charges related to her allegedly grooming young girls for sex with the late pedophile. She has been remanded without bail until her trial, which is scheduled to take place in July of 2021, after a judge determined that Maxwell posed a significant flight risk due to her immense wealth and international connections.
This comes after it was reported that Maxwell is terrified in prison, as she believes Epstein was murdered behind bars, and that she fears the same thing will happen to her.
“Everyone’s view including Ghislaine’s is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested,” an unnamed friend told The Sun.
This friend, who The Sun described as being “in regular contact with Maxwell at her secret New Hampshire hideaway,” explained that these death threats are what led to her hiring security guards to protect her at her New Hampshire estate prior to her arrest. These threats have also led Maxwell and those close to her to believe that she won’t live to see her trial.