Epstein 'Madam' Maxwell Spotted Reading Book - 'Life & Death of CIA Operatives'
Notorious socialite photographed at the In-N-Out Burger restaurant
The alleged procurer and madam for now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead from an apparent suicide in his cell last Saturday, was spotted d at a Los Angeles fast-food spot, reading a book about lives (and deaths) of CIA operatives.
After the elusive Maxwell was snapped at the In-N-Out Burger restaurant, she told another person, “well, I guess this is the last time I’ll be eating here," according to a source whos poke to the New York Post.
The notorious socialite was reading ‘The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,’ according to the source.
Given her ex-lover had just died under mysterious circumstances in prison while waiting to testify, the book has sparked speculation on social media.
Although the mainstream narrative is still 'Epstein committed suicide,' there are still many holes surrounding his death with speculation, he was murdered.
An autopsy on the body of Jeffrey Epstein revealed the Clinton-linked convicted pedophile died with broken bones and fractures in his neck, which more common in a homicide than suicide.
Epstein reportedly had several broken bones in his neck, including the hyoid bone.
Former prosecutor Alex Acosta claimed he was warned not to pursue the Epstein case in 2007, despite a 53-page indictment and dozens of alleged victims because Epstein “belonged to intelligence.”
Maxwell has managed to stay out of the limelight since 2016 but somehow broke cover following Epstein's death.
Epstein accuser, Jennifer Araoz, claims Maxwell conspired to make her assault possible.
Araoz says that Maxwell and three other associates of Epstein, who was found dead in his cell on Saturday from an apparent suicide, conspired to facilitate the rape, according to tot he lawsuit.
Araoz lists Epstein's estate, Maxwell, and two others - named as Jane Does 1, 2, and 3; a "recruiter," a "secretary" and a "maid."
Now ocialite Maxwell is now under the microscope following Epstein's death, it remains to be seen what happens to her.
She is the daughter of British media mogul Robert Maxwell, who owned tabloid Daily Mirror, who died under mysterious circumstances in 1991.
Although Attorney General William Barr declared that none Epstein’s co-conspirators would escape justice, Maxwell, who is the obvious next target for e for prosecution, remains a free woman.