Paramount + announced today its four-hour documentary Ghisline – partner in crimeJeffrey Epstein’s infamous companion, Ghislaine Maxwell’s Life Exploration, will be available for full streaming from April 7.
Maxwell’s journey began as the daughter of Robert Maxwell, a wealthy media magnet who investigated suspicious business transactions, who then mysteriously died while sailing on his yacht. It ends with Epstein, a money manager and convicted sex offender who died in custody while on federal sex trafficking charges.
Ghisline – partner in crime Maxwell sees how deeply involved he was in recruiting, grooming and trafficking some 14-year-old girls for sexual harassment. The testimony described a ring that abused hundreds of women and girls and how the former became an accomplice to one of the worst sex offenders in socialite history. The documentary includes interviews with Maxwell’s siblings Ian, Kevin and Isabel Maxwell; His friends; Legal expert; And his alleged victim, Maxwell, uncovers the tragic pyramid scheme of controlled sexual abuse and reveals what really happened to Epstein’s property, including his private island. It also includes the first extensive television interview with Scotty David, otherwise known as Jurror # 50 during Maxwell’s trial, who threw a curveball after the post-judgment verdict that no one saw coming, including a revelation of what he did not put on his jury question paper to defend Maxwell. To file.
Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking in December 2021. He is due to be sentenced in late June and could face up to 65 years in prison.
The series is produced by See It Now Studios and Fremantle. Produced by Francis Baker for Fremantle, produced by Fiona Caldwell, Fatima Salaria and Evan Alexander. Lisa Honig was the executive director of Fremantle, Susan Jirinski and Terrence Wrong were executive producers of See It Now Studio, Aysu Saliba was the managing producer, and Adam Goldfried was the executive director. Daphne has worked as an executive consultant for Barak.
“GISLAINE – Partner in Crime paints a vivid picture of Maxwell’s privileged but turbulent life, from team and A-list friendships to trials,” said Jirinsky, who serves as president of See It Now Studios. “These documentaries explore her ability to deal with adversity in her own family, and ask how this woman, who seemed to have it, took all these risks to help Jeffrey Epstein.”
“It’s exciting to be partnering with Susan Jirinsky for the first time to get into the depths of Ghiselin Maxwell’s story,” added Salaria, who works as Fremantle’s managing director. “The series is full of new expert analysis of both Maxwell’s life and dramatic judgment, which has come to life vividly with the unique perspective of Juror # 50, Scottie David.”
Check out its latest trailer Ghisline – partner in crime Upstairs