The residents of Bradford, New Hampshire had no idea that a high profile pervert was tucked away in their pine and oak forests. Last December, a luxury timber framed home on 156 acres with “dramatic views of Mount Sunapee’s foothills” was purchased by none other than the infamous Ghislaine Maxwell.
A great place for a pervert to hide out
The New Hampshire community is a perfect place for any pervert wanting to hide away in style. Even though the locals are obsessively “tight-knit” and know every detail of their neighbor’s lives, Maxwell’s hideaway was secluded and she stayed out of town. Looks like she wasn’t lurking in the secret submarine base under Jeffrey Epstein’s island after all.
“I had no clue she was there,” Laurie Colburn exclaimed as FBI agents swooped into her rural corner of the New England town, famous for white colonial homes, horse farms, and stone walls. “Goes to show you, you don’t always know who your neighbors are.” The pervert didn’t rub elbows with the locals. At the farm market on Bradford’s main street, Jenna Cook declares, “I’m surprised, because this is a small, quiet town. But I guess that makes it a good place to hide.”
On Thursday, the feds were determined to arrest the pervert “on charges she lured underage girls for the late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse,” Reuters reports.
Tucked away in luxury
If you’re a pervert hiding from the law, it helps to have lots of money. For Ghislaine Maxwell that does not seem to be a problem. A whole lot of powerful people want to keep her happy and comfortable enough to not mention their names in nasty places. Places like FBI interview rooms or courtrooms. She’s accused of providing the girls for the badger game she was running with Epstein. They allegedly were blackmailing world leaders as they sexually frolicked with underage girls.
A helpful officer of the local police gave the reporter for Reuters directions to the pervert’s palace. The clues led to “a narrow and treed-in half-mile dirt driveway with ‘No Trespassing’ signs, obstructed by a padlocked metal fence.” According to the real estate listings, “the house has cathedral ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace, and a ‘wall of glass’ overlooking New Hampshire’s hills.” It also has a fashionably fractured stone near the gate with the inscription “Tucked Away” chiseled on it’s face. The property sold for a cool $1 million “in cash.”
The FBI had no problem tracking the pervert down “She had slithered away to a gorgeous property in New Hampshire, continuing to live a life of privilege while her victims look at the trauma inflicted on upon them years ago,” scolded assistant FBI director for New York William Sweeney.
Maxwell fully cooperated with agents when they showed up at her gate to take her into custody. She wont say a word and it probably won’t be long before she’s back in front of her floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace, because she has some amazingly competent lawyers. The day before she was arrested, a federal judge in a totally separate case ordered all the evidence against the pervert to be destroyed. The order might just stick too.