Ghislaine Maxwell, charged with aiding and abetting the sexual predations of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, once rested “a high-heeled boot” on Boris Johnson’s thigh at an Oxford common room, the prime minister’s sister has revealed.
“It’s hard not to feel a batsqueak of pity for Ghislaine Maxwell – 500 days and counting in solitary confinement,” Rachel Johnson wrote in The Spectator, where her brother was editor before his rise to power.
Johnson describes Maxwell as “a shiny glamazon with naughty eyes holding court astride a table” in the junior common room at Balliol College while resting her high-heeled boot “on my brother Boris’s thigh.” Maxwell purportedly gave her a “pitying glance” and invited her to a party that was eventually disbanded by “her father, Bob, coming out in a towelling robe and telling us all to go home.”
Newspaper proprietor Robert Maxwell, who was rumored to have worked with Israeli intelligence, was found dead in the Atlantic Ocean in 1991, having, it was presumed, fallen overboard from his yacht, Lady Ghislaine, off the Canary Islands. He was buried in Israel.
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