Is it true that Anne Boleyn’s maids when she was a prisoner in the Tower of London were rude to her?
They were rather unsympathetic. Anne complained to Sir William Kingston, Constable of the Tower, "I thynke [much unkindness in the] Kynge to put seche abowt me as I never loved" - see http://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/5260/cruelly-handled-anne-boleyn-in-the-tower/5260/
Lady Boleyn, Anne's aunt, commented to Anne while she was in the Tower "seche desyre as you heve had to soche tales has browthe you to thys" (From a letter from Sir William Kingston to Cromwell in The Life of Cardinal Wolsey by George Cavendish), i.e. Anne's desire to tell tales had resulted in her arrest - not a sympathetic comment!