• Virginia Roberts Giuffre revealed that seeing Ghislaine Maxwell being taken into custody has been “one of the best days” of her life
  • Giuffre also shared that Maxwell is the most "evil" woman she has ever known
  • Maxwell was arrested on multiple charges on July 2 

Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of the victims of Jeffrey Epstein, has come forward to share her feelings over the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, the longtime friend and accomplice of the convicted sex offender.

Speaking in an interview with “60 Minutes Australia,” Giuffre shared that seeing Maxwell being taken into custody has been “one of the best days” of her life and she is happy to know that the British socialite is right where she belongs.

Giuffre also noted that she has not stopped “smiling” since the news surfaced online.

“This day to me has been one of the best days of my life. I have not stopped smiling and crying, happy tears. I am elated to know that she is where she belongs,” Giuffre told the media outlet.

Talking further about the matter, Giuffre explained that Maxwell is the most “evil” woman that she has ever known as she ruined so many lives.

“She (Maxwell) is the most narcissistic, evil, vain woman I have ever known. And she has finally been knocked off her pedestal,” Giuffre said.

Giuffre has been one of the most vocal victims of Epstein. In her defamation suit against Maxwell, she stated that Maxwell recruited her in 2000 to be a personal masseuse for the convicted sex offender. In the court documents, she also mentioned that she was directed to maintain a physical relationship with many prominent men.  

Recently, federal prosecutors revealed how Maxwell, who has been accused of aiding Epstein in grooming girls as young as 14 for his sexual obsessions, managed to evade arrest since July last year.

As per the documents obtained by E! News, the 58-year-old allegedly figured out many strategies to avoid being captured by the authorities.

Prosecutors also revealed that Maxwell lived in a property that was bought for $1 million in December last year by an anonymous limited liability corporation. The house was sitting on a 56 acre estate in New Hampshire.

Maxwell was charged with six counts, including perjury, transportation of a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity and conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts.