Ghislaine Maxwell’s bed sheets, clothes taken by feds to prevent suicide

Alleged Jeffrey Epstein fixer Ghislaine Maxwell has been forced to wear paper clothes and sleep on paper sheets so she won’t hang herself with them like Epstein, according to a report.

Federal authorities outside the Bureau of Prisons have been assigned to ensure Maxwell does not kill herself and is not the harmed by other inmates while she is jailed at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, a source told the Associated Press.

The safety protocols are far more stringent than those applied to her after her arrest in New Hampshire last week. A former warden at the Brooklyn prison said Maxwell should be put on suicide watch.

Maxwell was busted in a sprawling mansion in the state last week for allegedly procuring underage girls for Epstein to abuse and then lying about the crimes under oath.

She’s awaiting arraignment at the federal lockup in Brooklyn.

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