Judge approves Ghislaine Maxwell getting a ‘booster’ shot. What could possibly go wrong?

Ghislaine Maxwell’s request for a Covid-19 booster shot was approved by a judge and subsequently set off a wave of commentary on social media.

Judge Alison Nathan told Maxwell’s attorney Bobbi Sternheim that the shot was “available” at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn where she is being held awaiting sentencing.

Maxwell, who was convicted of sex trafficking last week in connection with deceased financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, is facing up to 65 years in prison. Many are hoping that the 60-year-old former British socialite will divulge names of others implicated in Epstein’s sexual abuse of minor girls.

But news of Maxwell requesting and possibly getting a vaccine booster shot while being held in the federal prison sparked a wave of theories on social media where many recalled the circumstances surrounding the death of Epstein in the New York jail in August 2019 while he awaited trial.

“Judge approves Ghislaine Maxwell to get a ‘booster’ shot,” Disclose.tv tweeted with an implied wink.

Reaction was swift on Twitter.

Frieda Powers


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