After being released from prison and removed from the general public, Ghislaine Maxwell remains on suicide watch hours before her sentencing.
Maxwell’s lawyer, per NBC News New York Bobbi SternheimOver the weekend, she wrote to the court explaining that her client had been put on suicide watch at Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center in June 24 and is still there since June 27.

Steinheim stated that Maxwell had her clothing, legal papers and normal clothes removed. But she claimed that Maxwell is not suicidal.
Per NBC News’s response, prosecutors addressed a court letter on June 26 stating that Maxwell sent an email to the Bureau of Prisons Inspector General. [IG]On June 24, she stated that MDC staff were “threatening her safety”

Prosecutors explained in their letter that suicide watches are used when prisoners are in danger of self-harm or raise safety concerns.