Ghislaine Maxwell hosts checkers contest with her powerful inmate pals

Ghislaine Maxwell hosts checkers contest with her powerful inmate pals

Ghislaine Maxwell is Ms. Popular in the pen!

Jeffrey Epstein’s convicted madam is well-liked by a clique of powerful inmates behind bars in Florida — where she works at the library, makes pottery and hosts a checkers competition, according to a report Friday.

The 60-year-old British socialite-turned-jailbird has a cushy life at the Federal Correctional Institute Tallahassee in part because fellow inmates respect her intelligence, insiders told The Daily Mail.

Cellmates in her prison wing, Unit B South, nominated the Oxford University-educated sex trafficker to represent them in an annual checkers tournament which yields delicious prizes, the outlet reported.

“You want the best players and she has a reputation for being smart,” an insider said. “The winning unit gets a really good meal, chicken wings, pizza, that sort of thing. It’s much better than the usual food.”

Ghislaine Maxwell's mugshot
Maxwell is serving 20 years sex trafficking minors.

The source added, “It’s a big deal. Nobody cares what you’re in for so long as you win.”

Maxwell also works six hours a day at the prison library, where she gives inmates tips on the best romance novels and history books, the outlet reported.

The carefree convict’s daily regimen includes crochet lessons, board games and strolling the low-security grounds with pals, an insider said.

Maxwell — who is serving a 20-year sentence for sex trafficking minors — also makes  frequent trips to a quarter-mile running track, where she takes hour-long jogs in the sun.

In recent months, she has befriended high-profile prisoners such as  Narcy Novak, 65, a Florida woman serving life for orchestrating the murders of her millionaire husband and his mom.

Maxwell has reportedly also gotten close to Linda Morrow, who helped her plastic surgeon husband scam insurers out of millions, the source said.

Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein
Maxwell was wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s madame.

When she first arrived at the federal prison four months ago, Maxwell cried and complained often — but she has since made plenty of friends and is enjoying her hobbies. said one recently released prisoner.

“Ghislaine cried a lot when she first arrived. You could hear her yelling that everything was inhumane. She walked around like a zombie, her eyes were always puffy,” the ex-prisoner said.

“Now she has some friends and is eating more. She’s bubbly, you see her smiling. She makes a point of saying good morning.You can see she’s visibly more comfortable.”

The prison could potentially be Maxwell’s home until July 17, 2037.

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