A longtime Ghislaine Maxwell accuser said she wishes the convicted madam “well in hell”— while predicting the “calculating witch” will now turn on Prince Andrew to get a lighter sentence.
“Ghislaine Maxwell is a monster in every sense of the word,” Chauntae Davies told The Sun of the socialite she said “delivered” her to be repeatedly raped by pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
“She deserves to die behind bars for what she did to me and the countless other women’s lives she destroyed,” said Davies, who was once famously photographed giving former President Bill Clinton a massage on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” jet.
“She and Epstein will meet each other in hell when her time comes. She made her bed and now she must lie in it,” Davies told the UK paper of the convicted sex trafficker facing up to 40 years behind bars.
“I wish her well in hell.”
Davies said she was 21 and a “young, naive massage therapy student” when she was “tricked by Maxwell and delivered to Epstein.”
“She was so charming I trusted her implicitly … She was a calculating witch,” Davies told the UK paper.
Davies — whose allegations were not part of Maxwell’s trial — has insisted that Clinton, now 75, was a “perfect gentleman” when she massaged him on a flight on Epstein’s jet.
However, high-profile figures who palled around with Epstein — especially Britain’s Prince Andrew — have good reason to fear the madam turning on them, Davies predicted.
“A rat will always try to force its way out of the sewer,” Davies said.
“Since we all know Prince Andrew is one of those people who was close to her, he could be feeling very, very uncomfortable right about now,” she said.
“I doubt this is the last we have heard from her. She is now fighting for her life and she is the type of person who will do what she has to do.”
Ghislaine, the Oxford-educated youngest child of late publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, was convicted on five of six counts for recruiting and grooming underage girls for Epstein. A sentencing date has yet to be set.
Epstein, 66, hanged himself in his Manhattan lockup in August 2019 while awaiting his own trial on serious sex charges.
Andrew, the middle son of Queen Elizabeth II, has long vehemently denied any connection with Epstein and Maxwell’s sex crimes. He is scheduled to hear next week whether a lawsuit filed in Manhattan by accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre will go to trial.