EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell’s last hideout revealed: Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘madam’ was arrested at $1million New Hampshire estate she bought in secret just eight months ago – and it is called Tuckedaway
- Maxwell, 58, was arrested in Bradford, New Hampshire, on Thursday morning and is now in custody
- She had been hiding out in a $1million estate she bought in secret called Tuckedaway
- A neighbor told DailyMail.com he saw two small planes buzzing the area around 6am Thursday
- Tuckedaway is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom timber frame home which, boasted the realtor who brokered the sale, offered ‘total privacy’
- She has been charged with six counts including trafficking minors for sex and with perjury for later denying it
- The charges apply to incidents between 1994 and 1997 and involve three victims, the youngest of which was 14 when Maxwell ‘groomed’ her
- The indictment claims she groomed the girls for sex with Epstein and with her in New York, Florida, London and New Mexico
- Maxwell has not been seen since last summer when Epstein killed himself in jail while awaiting trial
- FBI Special Agent William Sweeney said she’d ‘slithered away to a gorgeous property’ in Bradford, NH
By MARTIN GOULD IN BRADFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and JENNIFER SMITH FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and BEN ASHFORD FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday at a luxurious mountain top home – called Tuckedaway – outside tiny Bradford, New Hampshire.
A neighbor told DailyMail.com he saw two small planes buzzing the area around 6am Thursday but he had left for work before the FBI arrived.
The house is quarter of a mile up a steep dirt road. Brand new locked metal gates prevent cars being driven up the drive where there are two buildings — the second designed specifically for ‘square dances and hoedowns’.
A man with a British accent came from a second building and asked DailyMail.com to leave, claiming we were trespassing. He described himself as the estate manager.
The four-bed, four-bath set on nearly 4,500 sq. ft. house, on 156 acres of land, is on East Washington Road was sold for $1.07 million in December last year to a company called Granite Reality LLC, a reference to New Hampshire’s Granite State nickname.