- A Massachusetts mansion owned by Maxwell’s husband is on the market for nearly $7 million.
- Yahoo News reports that the proceeds from the sale will be used to pay more than $850,000 in unpaid legal fees.
- The house is owned by Maxwell’s estranged husband Scott Borgerson’s firm.
The Massachusetts mansion where convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell once lived with her estranged husband is on the market, with proceeds to be used to pay her attorney. is.
The five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom beachfront home in Manchester-by-the-Sea first went public in February for $7.3 million, but has recently fetched just under $7 million. The colonial-style home is owned by Tidewood LLC, owned by Maxwell’s husband, Scott Borgerson. The Wall Street Journal reported.
“She was here years ago, but actually left when this thing started to rear its ugly head. Her situation from the action decades ago.
Borgerson told the WSJ that Maxwell does not own Tidewood. But thanks to an agreement “accidentally” included in Maxwell’s legal team filings, Yahoo News reported Bolgerson agreed to cover Maxwell’s attorneys’ fees with the proceeds of the sale if he was unable to recover money from Maxwell or her brother, Kevin Maxwell.
According to Yahoo, Borgerson used funds from Maxwell to purchase the mansion along with his New Hampshire mansion. The two were still legally married as of September, but Maxwell’s lawyers have previously mentioned a pending divorce settlement, and Bogerson has not commented on the status of their relationship.
Denver-based law firm Haddon, Morgan and Foreman sued In August, Maxwell, Borgerson, and her brother claimed they owed more than $850,000 in legal fees for Maxwell’s 2021 sex trafficking trial.
According to insider Ashley Coleman, Maxwell began working for the company in 2015 after being sued by Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre.
Built in 1660, the 6,113-square-foot Tidewood House is located about 25 miles north of Boston and has its own private beach, according to property listings.
In February, real estate agents Tracy Campion and Ryan Cloonan, who are in charge of the listing, told the WSJ they weren’t worried Maxwell’s reputation would hurt the sale.
“We believe that the beauty of a home and a place outweighs or outweighs the connection,” said Cloonan.
Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison For Epstein sex trafficking girls in June. According to Yahoo, she is currently serving time in a low-security prison in Tallahassee, Florida.