Aerial view of the home of Ghislaine Maxwell in Bradford, New Hampshire.
Ghislaine Maxwell, the accused procurer for dead convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested Thursday at a New Hampshire home purchased in an all-cash transaction for $1 million last December by a “legal entity.”
That entity, a limited liability corporation, was created after the homeowner’s real estate agent balked at selling to an anonymous buyer, the agent told CNBC.
“I assumed it was a famous actress” who bought the secluded property, the seller’s agent said in a phone interview.
The agent spoke within hours of learning from another real estate agent that British socialite Maxwell was busted by the…