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Ghislaine Maxwell’s lover’s father does not know if they are married

The man who may be Ghislaine Maxwell’s father-in-law has no idea if his son is indeed married to Jeffrey Epstein’s accused woman, DailyMail.com has learned.

Scott Borgerson’s father, Chris, said he was unaware of any marriage and expressed both surprise and disbelief at the news when he was approached by DailyMail.com at his home in Missouri on Wednesday.

Prosecutors revealed on Tuesday that Maxwell was married and had visited her hiding place in Bradford, New Hampshire with a man named “Scott.”

DailyMail.com previously revealed that Maxwell and Borgerson were a couple, and she lived on his Manchester-by-the-Sea estate until December last year.

Chris Borgerson, a former Marine and Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson County, Missouri, described his son as ‘very private’ and struggled to accept that the tech CEO would enter into a marriage without notifying him.

The man who may be Ghislaine Maxwell's father-in-law has no idea if his son Scott Borgerson is indeed married to the disgraced ex-Jeffrey Epstein cohort, DailyMail.com has learned

Scott Borgerson

Scott Borgerson

The man who may be Ghislaine Maxwell’s father-in-law has no idea if his son Scott Borgerson is indeed married to the disgraced ex-Jeffrey Epstein cohort, DailyMail.com has learned. Prosecutors revealed on Tuesday that Maxwell was married and had visited her hiding place in Bradford, New Hampshire with a man named “Scott.” DailyMail.com previously revealed that Maxwell and Borgerson were a couple, and she lived on his Manchester-by-the-Sea estate until December last year

Borgerson's father Chris (photo) said he was unaware of any marriage and expressed both surprise and disbelief at the news when he was approached by his DailyMail.com at his Missouri home on Wednesday

Borgerson's father Chris (photo) said he was unaware of any marriage and expressed both surprise and disbelief at the news when he was approached by his DailyMail.com at his Missouri home on Wednesday

Borgerson’s father Chris (pictured) said he was unaware of a marriage and expressed both surprise and disbelief at the news when he was approached by DailyMail.com at his home in Missouri on Wednesday

Chris Borgerson opened the door of his ranch-style home with a small gun and declined to comment on his son’s relationship with Maxwell.

However, he admitted that he had first heard about a possible marriage through a phone call he received that morning.

Borgerson and his father have been largely estranged since his parents’ divorce more than a decade ago, and there is little communication between the two men.

Chris declined to speak on the record, saying he was “afraid to say or comment.”

He added, “I don’t know anything, and if I knew I wouldn’t tell you.”

The bomb marriage revelation came when U.S. prosecutor Alison Moe described Maxwell’s alleged lack of transparency in her judicial filings at her Tuesday hearing.

She said that Maxwell “says nothing at all about the financial circumstances or assets of her husband whose identity she refused to provide to Pretrial Services.”

Moe did not say who she believed was Maxwell’s husband, nor did she indicate how long they had been married.

A source told ABC News that the marriage revelation was intended to show that Judge Maxwell was not as familiar with her circumstances and finances.

Chris Borgerson, a former Marine and Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson County, Missouri, described his son as `` very private, '' struggling to accept that the tech CEO would enter into a marriage without notifying him

Chris Borgerson, a former Marine and Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson County, Missouri, described his son as `` very private, '' struggling to accept that the tech CEO would enter into a marriage without notifying him

Chris Borgerson, a former Marine and Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson County, Missouri, described his son as “ very private, ” struggling to accept that the tech CEO would enter into a marriage without notifying him

Borgerson is said to have met Maxwell six years ago through ocean conservation talks. They were both speaking at the Arctic Circle meeting in Reykjavik in 2014

Borgerson is said to have met Maxwell six years ago through ocean conservation talks. They were both speaking at the Arctic Circle meeting in Reykjavik in 2014

Borgerson is said to have met Maxwell six years ago through ocean conservation talks. They were both speaking at the Arctic Circle meeting in Reykjavik in 2014

The only other mention Maxwell married was when Moe revealed that the socialite had visited her $ 1 million hideout in Bradford, New Hampshire with an unknown man in November 2019.

Moe said a real estate agent described the pair as a couple and gave them names like Scott and Janet or Jen Marshall. There is a discrepancy in Maxwell’s alias, as Moe refers to the alias as both Jen and Janet during the hearing.

Moe said, “The real estate agent told the FBI agent that the buyers for the house introduced themselves as Scott and Janet Marshall. Both had British accents.

Scott Marshall told her that he was retired from the British Army and is currently working on a book. Janet Marshall described herself as a journalist. ‘

It’s unclear whether Borgerson was the man who toured the New Hampshire home with Maxwell, whose shipping technology company, Cargometrics, was estimated at more than $ 100 million in 2016, according to the Financial times.

Last summer, DailyMail.com tracked down Maxwell in Manchester-by-the-Sea, living in a $ 2 million house owned by Borgerson.

The marriage marriage revelation came when U.S. prosecutor Alison Moe detailed Maxwell’s alleged lack of transparency when it came to her court filings at her Tuesday hearing. She said Maxwell says “nothing at all about the financial circumstances or assets of her husband whose identity she refused to provide to Pretrial Services.”

Prosecutor Alison Moe said that when Maxwell bought her $ 1 million home in Bradford, New Hampshire (pictured), she toured the house in November 2019 with a man named 'Scott'

Prosecutor Alison Moe said that when Maxwell bought her $ 1 million home in Bradford, New Hampshire (pictured), she toured the house in November 2019 with a man named 'Scott'

Prosecutor Alison Moe said that when Maxwell bought her $ 1 million home in Bradford, New Hampshire (pictured), she toured the house in November 2019 with a man named ‘Scott’

And today DailyMail.com revealed that their neighbors were so disgusted that an accused sex trafficker lived in their affluent city, trying to ‘banish’ the couple to force them to leave the city.

Borgerson is said to have met Maxwell six years ago through ocean conservation talks.

They were both speaking at the Arctic Circle meeting in Reykjavik in 2014.

Data also indicated that Maxwell’s $ 1 million home in New Hampshire was purchased by a company allegedly associated with Borgerson.

The buyer is listed as Granite Reality LLC – a mysterious company founded just weeks before the purchase.

The Sun reports that Granite Reality LLC is managed by Boston lawyer Jeffrey W. Roberts, who is also the registered agent of a second company, Hopely Yealton.

Curiously, the publication reports that Hopely’s manager is Yealton Borgerson.

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