Did you ever hear of Ghislaine Maxwell ever being pregnant!?! I hadn't! The closest to Motherhood Ghislaine ever came, as far as any of us knew, was becoming a step-mother in 2016 when she wed Scott Borgerson and instantly had a ready-made family of one step-son (now 14ish) and a step-daughter (now 13ish.)
And if you don't think she wouldn't have abused her step-daughter as she manually raped other teenage girls, you're nuts!
But it gets even weirder. Today in Ghislaine's trial, the jury heard one of the photographs in Epstein's house (not a painting) was of Ghislaine, stark naked, and pregnant. Pregnant!
As a lifelong people watcher, I can't just move past this new data with a casual laa-dee-da. This changes everything!
Did Ghislaine have a child? If so, what is their name? Where is the child? Who are they? Was Epstein the father? Did anyone ever meet this child? The questions are endless and the more you think it over, the more horrible the questions and ramifications become.
Was the child born and hidden? Was the child offered on the altar of pedophilia to blackmail the rich and famous? How old is the child now? Are they male or female?
I assume that, unlike Jeffrey Epstein's other children who were aborted, this child was allowed to live as Ghislaine allowed herself to be photographed in an obviously pregnant state. My goodness! The child must be pushing thirty years old by now!
Did Ghislaine groom her own child for Epstein to sexually abuse because she just couldn't keep up with Jeffrey's sex drive which reportedly was so fierce, he would shake with lust.
Worst of all, did Ghislaine continue to abuse and rape other children after experiencing the love for her own child? There's a special circle in Hell for her if she did.
There are so many questions and absolutely no answers. It's maddening!
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