When most people think about a proper punishment for sex trafficking, they probably don’t think about teaching etiquette classes.

Disgraced British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is teaching an etiquette class in FCI Tallahassee where she is serving a 20-year sentence for her role as an accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein in a decade-spanning sex-trafficking ring, according to published reports.

The Daily Mail reported Monday that 61-year-old Maxwell, who was transferred to FCI Tallahassee after her December conviction for luring and grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused and exploited by Epstein, teaches women’s empowerment weekly classes for up to 40 inmates.

A flyer tacked on to a wall inside the facility says, “Taught by Mrs. Maxwell this course teaches the three principles of etiquette – focusing on respect, consideration and honesty,” the outlet reported.

The etiquette classes purportedly ran from Dec. 5 to 30 and a second round has been approved by prison authorities to start soon, a source told the outlet. Maxwell also works in the prison library and teaches a yoga class.

The Daily Mail snapped photos of Maxwell on a run in the facility’s 400-meter track in November.

The Florida Correction Institute Tallahassee, 501 Capital Circle N.E., is described on its website as a “low security federal correctional institution with a detention center.” It houses over 700 female inmates, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons database.

Maxwell will be eligible for release in July 2037, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) website

For three years, beginning in 2001, Maxwell and Epstein enticed teenage girls to visit Epstein’s Palm Beach residence, a six-hour drive from Tallahassee, “to engage in sex acts with Epstein, after which Epstein, Maxwell, or another employee of Epstein’s would give the victims hundreds of dollars in cash,” read a portion of summary charges in court records filed in the Southern District of New York.

For three years, beginning in 2001, Maxwell and Epstein enticed teenage girls to visit Epstein’s Palm Beach residence, a six-hour drive from Tallahassee, “to engage in sex acts with Epstein, after which Epstein, Maxwell, or another employee of Epstein’s would give the victims hundreds of dollars in cash,” read a portion of summary charges in court records filed in the Southern District of New York.

Maxwell has filed for an appeal and, according to Page Six, has hired Harvey Weinstein’s appeals lawyer in an attempt to overturn her conviction.