(TheRedWire.com) – A jury convicted former socialite and Epstein enabler Ghislaine Maxwell on numerous counts of sex trafficking in December 2021. Maxwell was a private person during most of her adult life but appeared to enjoy using her perceived power over others. In 2015, 24-year-old Swedish man Rasmus Alpsjo worked at Maxwell’s New York townhouse as her dog walker.
The young man said he had no idea who she was or what she did for a living while working for Maxwell. Yet, she enjoyed a wealthy lifestyle, and it appeared she was a powerful person. Rasmus said one day Maxwell went nuts after he allowed a delivery man to enter the foyer of her house. The delivery man asked Rasmus if he was at the correct address, and the helper invited him inside. Ghislaine questioned the man intently, took his identification and photocopied it, and told the man to leave.
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Rasmus said Maxwell scolded him and said somebody could be out to kill her. Rasmus said he didn’t understand her reaction at the time. He chalked her behavior up to being wealthy and eccentric. After her arrest in 2019, the young man said he connected the dots quickly. Rasmus said he believed Maxwell enjoyed exerting power over others and feared retribution.
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