Ghislaine Maxwell: The Behavior Panel

Ghislaine Maxwell is a British convicted offender and former socialite. In 2021, she was found guilty of trafficking minors and other offences in connection with the financier and convicted offender Jeffrey Epstein. In June 2022, she was sentenced in a New York court to 20 years imprisonment.

In this breaking news video, Body Language Analysts uncovered some shocking revelations about Ghislaine Maxwell from her prison interview. What did body language analysts discover from this interview? Tune in to find out!

This is a fascinating video that will give you some insights into the mind of Ghislaine Maxwell. Nothing in the broadcasts constitutes legal, medical, financial, or professional advice, nor does any communication on this site create any form of professional, privileged, or confidential relationship.

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By looking at the gestures, facial expressions, micro-expressions, and context around what people say, this group of nonverbal behavior experts reveals the possible truth and deceptions. This behavior profiler group takes on the task of investigating the behavior behind the true crime news that often forces us to think and feel the way we do. Investigate the behavioral arts, and science with us. The Behavior Panel is featured on The Dr. Phil Show.

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