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Accused Jeffrey Epstein procurer caught in $1 million home


Aerial view of the home of Ghislaine Maxwell in Bradford, New Hampshire.

NBC News

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…


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