REPORT: Ghislaine Maxwell Will Face Restrictions Well After Being Released From Prison

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Ghislaine Maxwell will reportedly have to abide by a series of restrictions for several years after her lengthy prison sentence.

Maxwell will face 5 years of supervised release after her prison term and will have to attend a treatment program for sex offenders upon her release back into society, according to TMZ. In addition to those restrictions on her freedom, she is also restricted from having contact with any children who are under the age of 18.

Maxwell is prohibited from engaging in deliberate contact with a minor, and will have to obtain approval from the United States Probation Office if she has a reasonable request and is seeking approval to contact anyone underage, TMZ reported.

This will put severe limitations on Maxwell’s ability to roam her neighborhood, as she is also prohibited from loitering within 100 feet of places that children are known to attend, such as parks, playgrounds,  school yards and community events, according to TMZ. (RELATED: Charges Against Jeffrey Epstein’s Jail Guards Dropped During Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial)

Maxwell also faces online restrictions. She is not permitted to view or access any online profiles on social media platforms and chat rooms belonging to users who are under the age of 18 unless previously approved by her parole officer, TMZ reported.

A New York jury found Maxwell guilty on 5 of the 6 counts of sex trafficking and one count of sex trafficking a minor for her role in soliciting and grooming minors who would then be sexually exploited by Jeffrey Epstein.