Viewers ‘disgusted’ at ‘horrifying’ new Ghislaine Maxwell documentary on Netflix
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Netflix viewers have said they are 'disgusted' at the 'horrifying' new Ghislaine Maxwell documentary that has recently hit the streaming platform. Watch the trailer below:
It disturbingly details how the sex offender assisted in recruiting young women into performing sexual acts on Epstein.
The documentary tells the many stories from the survivors of Maxwell and Epstein, which has people's skin crawling.
Many who have sat down and watched the documentary have taken to social media platforms such as Twitter to discuss their thoughts on it.
One person said: "watching Ghislaine Maxwell docu on Netflix. so horrible. so important to hold every one of them accountable."
A second added: "Watching the #GhislaineMaxwell doc on Netflix. Horrifying."
And a third said: "The Ghislaine Maxwell documentary on Netflix makes you wonder even more, how can someone be convicted of trafficking kids as sex slaves, without punishing who they were trafficked to.. Where is Epstein’s/Maxwell’s client list?!?! #GhislaineMaxwell#ghislainemaxwellfilthyrich"
Meanwhile, one person voiced their 'disgust' and 'anger' of what was told in the documentary.
They said: "There are no words to describe the anger and disgust I'm feeling while watching this Ghislaine Maxwell documentary on Netflix.
"We really have the scum of the earth floating on top and to say that I'm fed up & done with it would be a gross understatement."
And another person on Twitter also had strong views: "All these former friends of #GhislaineMaxwell interviewed are admitting they knew about their sick behavior and thought 'it was weird and wrong'… but they stood quiet for 20+ yrs until now?! #accomplices. What a sick layer of society."
Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison back in June after being convicted in December 2021.
She was convicted on five out of the six charges she faced, though she has always maintained her innocence.
The jury found her guilty of conspiracy to entice and transport individuals under 17 with the intent to engage in illegal sexual activity, as well as sex trafficking of individuals under the age of 17 and 18.
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