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Ghislaine Maxwell will spend this Christmas in prison as she awaits the verdict of her trial.
The 59-year-old is facing two charges of sex trafficking, having allegedly violated the Mann Act, which prohibits the transporting of people across state lines for illegal sexual activity.
She has also been charged with one count of sex trafficking of a minor as well as another of sex trafficking conspiracy.
It's alleged that the millionaire helped her former lover, the deceased paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, carry out his vile abuse of multiple women over many years.
Following a three-week trial, the jury was sent out to deliberate the verdict, with the case set to resume next week.
This means that Maxwell will spend the festive period, and her 60th birthday, alone in her jail cell in the Metropolitan Detention Centre in Brooklyn, New York.
But according to the Telegraph, there will be no turkey roast on offer for Maxwell.
Instead, the menu reportedly includes beef meatloaf, gravy, mashed potatoes, tuna, potato chips, and fresh fruit.
Previously, Maxwell and her representatives have complained about her treatment in prison.
Back in April, Maxwell's lawyers released an image which appeared to show her with a black eye.
Ghislaine's brother Ian Maxwell told Sky News: "I don't see Ghislaine administering a black eye to herself.
"I think she has suffered some occasional physical abuse at the hands of her guards. Yes."
He also added that his family planned on making a legal challenge under human rights legislation.
He continued: "We are going to take it to the UN.
"Take it from me. America has to be held to account, and it will be."
A spokesperson for the US Federal Bureau of Prisons said in a statement: "We are committed to ensuring the safety and security of all inmates in our population, our staff, and the public.
"The BOP takes allegations of staff misconduct seriously and consistent with national policy, refers all allegations for investigation, if warranted."
Billionaire Epstein died by suicide in prison in 2019, while he was awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
However, Mr Maxwell believes Epstein's death was due to the failings of the US judicial system, and that his sister is now being held culpable.
He explained: "There has just simply been a transference of presumed guilt on the part of Jeffrey Epstein without any corroborating evidence. Just simply because she had a relationship.
"He then dies, and they've got to find someone to pay the price."