Spencer Kuvin stated that Ghislaine Maxwell will meet the same fate as Jeffrey Epstein and either kill herself or be killed while in prison.
Spencer Kuvin told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview that Maxwell “knows too much” and that powerful people may want to “silence her even as she is locked up.”
“It may be that she can’t handle the fear of what’s going to happen to her and takes matters into her own hands or there will be people who are very afraid of what she has to say,” Kuvin stated.
The six-count indictment in Manhattan federal court alleges that Maxwell helped Epstein groom girls as young as 14 years old, going back as far as 1994, Anewspost reported.
Maxwell allegedly helped Epstein groom teen girls for sex with the rich and powerful. One of those teeen victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, accused Maxwell in a 2015 defamation suit, as have a number of other women since.
Kuvin said, that Maxwell’s international network of friends and acquaintances makes her a potential target of being killed.
“I don’t think she is going to get out of jail alive. I said the same thing about Jeffrey Epstein and people laughed at me.
‘I think she knows way too much information — I just have this gut feeling,” Kuvin told Dailymail.
The lawyer previously predicted that Epstein would end up dead after the first attempt on his life calling it a “hit.”
Spencer Kuvin previously said in an interview with The Sun that he does not think Epstein attempted suicide and that his injuries could be the result of an attempted hit by one of his powerful friends.
“I do question whether it was a true suicide attempt. I mean how do you choke yourself? It doesn’t make any sense,” said Kuvin.
“There are reports someone came after him but that could just be because he’s a pedophile. Those types of individuals don’t last long in prison.”
The autopsy performed on Epstein found that he broke multiple bones in his neck, including the hyoid bone, which in men is near the Adam’s apple.
These breaks can occur in those who hang themselves, particularly if they are older, according to forensics experts and studies on the subject. However, the report notes they are more common in victims of homicide by strangulation. (As a side note, this is an old symbol used by the mafia/mob to silence someone or anyone else who might dare speak.)
Studies cited by The Washington Post suggested between six percent and one-quarter of hanging suicides could see the hyoid break.
This is significant because Epstein himself warned that someone tried to kill him weeks before and notified authorities, The Washington Post first reported after his death.
Since then, a follow-up report by the NY Post has confirmed that claim, stating that Epstein had told his lawyers that his cellmate — alleged mobster and ex-cop Nicholas Tartaglione — had injured him choking him weeks prior. This is the reason that Epstein wasn’t on suicide watch according to his lawyers.
It’s worth noting that Tartaglione was allegedly transferred one day prior before Epstein’s death.
However, Epstein’s guards reportedly fell asleep during the hours before his death, then falsified paperwork to try and cover their tracks. So is it implausible to think that Tartaglione wasn’t transferred a day before Epstein’s death and that the shrieking heard was Epstein having his neck snapped by the alleged mobster and former cop?
Still, many questions remain, there is even more strangeness than most are reporting. According to reports, Epstein also spent two hours locked up alone with a mystery woman — possibly part of his legal team — one day after he was taken off suicide watch after Tartaglione had attempted to strangle him.
To add to the oddness, Epstein’s body was claimed from the New York City medical examiner’s office by an unknown associate according to NBC News.
It has additionally been reported that Epstein told his lawyers hours before his death that he would “see them Sunday” (tomorrow.)
“He thought he was going to win the double-jeopardy motion” that his defense lawyers were planning to file in connection with his 2008 Florida prostitution conviction, the source said. The multimillionaire — who was jailed in Lower Manhattan on orders from a judge who cited his “uncontrollable” sexual urges — also “had hope of getting bail on appeal,” the source said, through an application that was pending before the US Second Circuit Court of Appeals at the time of his death. “What he really wanted to do was get bail so he could cooperate,” a source told New York Post.
Even Epstein’s own lawyers don’t believe the wealthy financier pedophile committed suicide. Three of Mr. Epstein’s lawyers — Martin G. Weinberg, Reid Weingarten and Michael Miller — challenged the findings and vowed to conduct their own investigation, CBS reported at the time.
“We are not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner,” said the lawyers, who had hired a private pathologist to observe the autopsy, in a statement. “We will have a more complete response in the coming days.”
Later, a lawyer who met with Jeffrey Epstein has said that his potential client “didn’t kill himself.”
Civil rights and criminal defense attorney David Schoen said that he met with sex offender and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein in prison days before he was found dead, adding that he believes the pedophile didn’t kill himself.
“I saw him a few days earlier,” Schoen told Fox Nation’s Deep Dive. “The reason I say I don’t believe it was suicide is for my interaction with him that day. The purpose of asking me to come there that day and over the past previous couple of weeks was to ask me to take over his defense.”
Epstein’s death has been disputed by private pathologist Michael Baden who was hired by Epstein’s brother Mark. Baden has stated that the autopsy photos and Epstein’s broken hyoid bone, prove that Epstein didn’t kill himself as TMU has previously reported.
60 Minutes also debunked Epstein’s supposed noose he used to kill himself calling it “fake.”
Epstein and Maxwell stand accused of sexual trafficking by over 40 victims who allege sexual abuse. His clients are alleged to be former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, President Trump, and many others alleged by victims.