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Ghislaine Maxwell's neighbors tried to get her to leave the city


Ghislaine Maxwell's neighbors were so disgusted when they discovered that an accused sex dealer was living among them, that they were trying to harass them to leave, as DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.

It led to a lawsuit in which Maxwell's 14-year-old lover Scott Borgerson successfully fought neighbors' decision to prevent them from using paths and a beach near their Massachusetts oceanfront property, which is part of the 40-acre estate Is present that is shared by other owners.

The decision was made, however, only after 58-year-old Maxwell had left for her new life in seclusion in neighboring New Hampshire.

The small-town quarrel with the woman, who was one of the most wanted in America, took place in picturesque Manchester-by-the-Sea, a wealthy city 30 miles north of Boston, where Maxwell was rich with rich tech CEO Borgerson.

But in February 2019, the neighbors learned that the calm, well-dressed woman in the middle had been accused of caring for young girls for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein – and decided to take action.

"They were absolutely horrified to find out who they were allowing their property to run," a resident told DailyMail.com.

"When they found out that she was with Epstein, they decided to try to limit the use of their land."

It is believed that Borgerson met Maxwell six years ago through lectures related to ocean protection, a subject they share a passion about. Both were spoken at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland in 2014

Ghislaine Maxwell and Scott Borgerson's neighbors were so disgusted when they discovered that an accused sex dealer was living among them that they were trying to harass them to leave. It is believed that Borgerson met Maxwell six years ago through lectures related to ocean protection, a subject they share a passion about. Both were spoken at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland in 2014 (left and right).

It led to a lawsuit in which Maxwell's lover Scott Borgerson successfully fought neighbors' decision to prevent them from using paths and a beach near their Massachusetts oceanfront property. 44-year-old Borgerson bought Phippin House (pictured), a 7-bedroom property, in June 2016 for $ 2.4 million through a limited liability company called Tidewood

It led to a lawsuit in which Maxwell's lover Scott Borgerson successfully fought neighbors' decision to prevent them from using paths and a beach near their Massachusetts oceanfront property. 44-year-old Borgerson bought Phippin House (pictured), a 7-bedroom property, in June 2016 for $ 2.4 million through a limited liability company called Tidewood

Borgerson's house was part of a 40-acre estate called Sharksmouth and had been sold to a couple named Devereux and Jilda Barker a quarter of a century earlier. The other five houses on the property - overlooking the place where the USS New Hampshire caught fire and sank in 1922 - belong to the Shelving Rock Trust, which is made up of descendants of former owners. Pictured: A view of the Sharksmouth property

Borgerson's house was part of a 40-acre estate called Sharksmouth and had been sold to a couple named Devereux and Jilda Barker a quarter of a century earlier. The other five houses on the property – overlooking the place where the USS New Hampshire caught fire and sank in 1922 – belong to the Shelving Rock Trust, which is made up of descendants of former owners. Pictured: A view of the Sharksmouth property

In April 2019, Boregersons LLC Tidewood brought three trustees, John Appel, Kathrine Rive and Curtis Hollingsworth, to an obscure legal department - the Massachusetts Land Court - where Borgerson successfully argued that the privileges that allowed the Barkers were transferable and court files uncovered only were DailyMail.com Show (pictured)

In April 2019, Boregersons LLC Tidewood brought three trustees, John Appel, Kathrine Rive and Curtis Hollingsworth, to an obscure legal department – the Massachusetts Land Court – where Borgerson successfully argued that the privileges that allowed the Barkers were transferable and court files uncovered only were DailyMail.com Show (pictured)

44-year-old Borgerson bought Phippin House, a seven-bedroom property, in June 2016 for $ 2.4 million through a limited liability company called Tidewood.

The house, built in the early 18th century and shipped by barge from Salem, was part of a 40-hectare estate called Sharksmouth and had been sold to a couple named Devereux and Jilda Barker a quarter of a century earlier.

The other five houses on the property – overlooking the place where the USS New Hampshire caught fire and sank in 1922 – belong to the Shelving Rock Trust, which is made up of descendants of former owners.

The trust had allowed the Barkers to use the entire property at will, and when Borgerson moved in, he assumed he could do it.

The trust took no action for almost three years – until they discovered that the woman living with him was notorious for dealing with Epstein.

Someone told one of the trustees to look into their background, and once they did, they decided to act.

Until then, they thought they were a nice couple. They often saw her jogging together on the paths. They were allowed to use the tennis courts, collect firewood and use the beach. Ghislaine often jogged around town.

"But when they realized who Maxwell was, the trustees were outraged," said the Manchester resident.

“They wanted to exclude them as much as possible and make them feel unwelcome at Sharksmouth or Manchester.

"They thought sex trafficking and pedophilia were the most disgusting things in the world and wanted to remove them from the property."

In April 2019, Borgersons LLC Tidewood brought three trustees, John Appel, Kathrine Rive, and Curtis Hollingsworth, to an obscure legal department – the Massachusetts Land Court – where Borgerson argued that the privileges the Barkers allow were transferable, court files that are exclusive of DailyMail.com were uncovered show.

The trust had allowed the Barkers to use the entire property at will, and when Borgerson moved in, he assumed he could do it. The trust took no action for almost three years - until they discovered that the woman living with him was notorious for dealing with Epstein

The trust had allowed the Barkers to use the entire property at will, and when Borgerson moved in, he assumed he could do it. The trust took no action for almost three years – until they discovered that the woman living with him was notorious for dealing with Epstein

Someone told one of the trustees to look into their background, and once they did, they decided to act. Until then, they thought they were a nice couple. They often saw her jogging together on the paths. They were allowed to use the tennis courts, collect firewood and use the beach. Ghislaine often jogged around town. But when they realized who Maxwell was, the trustees were outraged, ”said the Manchester resident

Someone told one of the trustees to look into their background, and once they did, they decided to act. Until then, they thought they were a nice couple. They often saw her jogging together on the paths. They were allowed to use the tennis courts, collect firewood and use the beach. Ghislaine often jogged around town. But when they realized who Maxwell was, the trustees were outraged, ”said the Manchester resident

The city dwellers in Manchester describe Borgerson and Maxwell as "challenging" neighbors. "They had three very violent dogs that came up to people who barked and bared their teeth," said one

The city dwellers in Manchester describe Borgerson and Maxwell as "challenging" neighbors. "They had three very violent dogs that came up to people who barked and bared their teeth," said one

At first, Borgerson and the trustees got on well. Two months after buying the Phippin house, he sent them an email (pictured) saying that he wanted to be a good neighbor and hoped that they could have a drink after the house improvements were completed

At first, Borgerson and the trustees got on well. Two months after buying the Phippin house, he sent them an email (pictured) saying that he wanted to be a good neighbor and hoped that they could have a drink after the house improvements were completed

"What started out as a random winter rental of your Red Cottage turned into my desire to stay in this beautiful place permanently," he wrote in the email that was submitted to the court as evidence. He even asked about the possibility of buying a second property on the property and signed the letter: "I look forward to being a good neighbor in the coming decades!"

The trustees countered and named Borgerson and Maxwell as accused third parties.

The trustees lost in every way.

Another resident who has met Borgerson and Maxwell multiple times told DailyMail.com that Borgerson has often spoken about his dream of becoming President of the United States. "His relationship with Ghislaine pretty much destroyed that – and I'm glad," he said.

"He is personable, very intelligent and intelligent, but he is an extreme narcissist, totally in love with himself, money and power."

Borgerson, a former U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant, is said to have met Maxwell six years ago through lectures related to ocean protection, a subject they share a passion for. Both were spoken at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland in 2014.

He and his wife Rebecca were still married at that time. Her divorce was completed in December 2015. They have two children, a 12 year old boy and a 9 year old girl.

He did not respond to DailyMail.com's requests for comments.

Rebecca discovered her affair when he told her he was going to give a speech in London, but she discovered that he was in Miami with Maxwell.

Rebecca, a pious Christian, is said to have endeavored to make friends with Maxwell, as she thought it better to forgive than to carry anger around. She feels that the Bible teaches us to be kind. They met several times, ”said a friend. "They were very warm to each other."

When DailyMail.com first announced in August last year that Maxwell was living in Manchester with two parents, Borgerson, he said, "Ghislaine Maxwell is not at my home and I do not know where she is."

In fact, she lived there for almost a year and only moved out in December last year when she bought her secluded Tuckedaway house, which is two hours' drive away in Bradford, New Hampshire. FBI agents were arrested on July 2 during an early morning raid on this house.

At the trial of Maxwell on Tuesday, U.S. attorney Alison Moe alleged that Maxwell had a spouse, and later revealed that Maxwell had traveled to the hiding place under the pseudonym Janet / Jen Marshall along with a man who gave his name as Scott Marshall. before buying it in November 2019. The real estate agent described the couple as a couple, although it is not known whether Scott Marshall is Scott Borgerson

At the trial of Maxwell on Tuesday, U.S. attorney Alison Moe alleged that Maxwell had a spouse, and later revealed that Maxwell had traveled to the hiding place under the pseudonym Janet / Jen Marshall along with a man who gave his name as Scott Marshall. before buying it in November 2019. The real estate agent described the couple as a couple, although it is not known whether Scott Marshall is Scott Borgerson

When DailyMail.com first announced in August last year that Maxwell was living in Manchester with two parents, Borgerson, he said, "Ghislaine Maxwell is not at my home and I do not know where she is." Pictured: Borgerson in Boston last summer

When DailyMail.com first announced in August last year that Maxwell was living in Manchester with two parents, Borgerson, he said, "Ghislaine Maxwell is not at my home and I do not know where she is." Pictured: Borgerson in Boston last summer

When DailyMail.com first announced in August last year that Maxwell was living in Manchester with two parents, Borgerson, he said, "Ghislaine Maxwell is not at my home and I do not know where she is." Pictured: Borgerson in Boston last summer

At the trial of Maxwell on Tuesday, U.S. attorney Alison Moe alleged that Maxwell had a spouse, and later revealed that Maxwell had traveled to a hiding place with a man under the code name of Janet / Jen Marshall who gave his name as Scott Marshall before buying it in November 2019.

The real estate agent described the couple as a couple, although it is not known whether Scott Marshall is Scott Borgerson.

According to records, Maxwell's house was bought for $ 1 million by a company that is reported to have links with Borgerson.

The buyer is listed as Granite Reality LLC – a mysterious company that was founded a few weeks before the purchase.

The Sun reports that Granite Reality LLC is managed by Boston attorney Jeffrey W. Roberts, who is also the registered representative of a second company, Hopely Yealton.

Oddly enough, the publication reports that the manager of Hopely is Yealton Borgerson.

Maxwell is at the door at least next year at the notoriously tough Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, and is awaiting trial for sexual trafficking with a prison sentence of up to 35 years. She pleaded not guilty when she appeared before a judge on Tuesday.

The District Court judge, Howard Speicher, made his decision on March 11 this year, three months after Maxwell had finally left Sharksmouth.

Just like Borgerson, Maxwell used an LLC – Granite Reality – to hide behind the purchase of their $ 1 million mountain peak. She even used the same lawyer, Jeffrey Roberts from Boston.

Borgerson used another trust, Angara, to buy his second home near his Boston office. Maxwell's sister Christine Malina-Maxwell is listed as Angara Trustee.

The city dwellers in Manchester describe Borgerson and Maxwell as "challenging" neighbors. "They had three very violent dogs that came up to people who barked and bared their teeth," said one.

Maxwell was romantically associated with Jeffrey Epstein from around 1992, but then became his "right-wing wife", who administered his property empire and supposedly his trade with minors

Maxwell was romantically associated with Jeffrey Epstein from around 1992, but then became his "right-wing wife", who administered his property empire and supposedly his trade with minors

“Construction workers doing renovation work have been bitten more than once. It got so bad that the workers refused to go to the property unless they knew the dogs were locked up.

I would describe Borgerson as a very arrogant man. They were both very nice, very smooth and at the same time very tail-like. & # 39;

"Ghislaine was there a lot," said the resident, who asked not to be identified. It was much more visible before Jeffrey Epstein's arrest and death. When he died, the headlights shone on her. I don't know if she was hiding on the property or where she was. & # 39;

At first, Borgerson and the trustees got on well. Two months after buying the Phippin house, he emailed them saying that he wanted to be a good neighbor and hoped that they could have a drink after the house improvements were completed.

"What started out as a random winter rental of your Red Cottage turned into my desire to stay in this beautiful place permanently," he wrote in the email that was submitted to the court as evidence.

He even asked about the possibility of buying a second property on the property and signed the letter: "I look forward to being a good neighbor in the coming decades!"

But now things have gone so far south between him and the trustees that Sharksmouth's property manager Marianne Coons called the police on August 20 last year – ten days after Epstein's death in federal prison – after Borgerson reportedly threatened her 27-year-old daughter Skylar had a walking stick with a metal tip.

A DailyMail.com police report said, "Skylar said that when she was driving a golf cart around her property babysitting, Borgerson came up to her while she was carrying his phone" intensely and aggressively "and holding a stick with a metal ends at his side. Skylar said Borgerson said to her, "Your mother put my child in danger."

Skylar said she felt threatened because Borgerson was filming her and the teen she was babysitting intensely.

No charges were brought in relation to the incident.

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