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The two-bedroom house where Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly cared for an underage girl

Pictured: The two-bedroom house in an exclusive part of London, where Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly cared for an underage girl before Jeffrey Epstein abused her

  • The MOS understands that the socialite owned the property in the mid-1990s
  • US prosecutors say the girl was abused in Maxwell’s “personal London residence.”
  • Maxwell has denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein’s serial offense

The two-bedroom mews house, pictured in an exclusive part of London, is where Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly cared for an underage girl before her pedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein abused her.

The Mail on Sunday understands that the socialite owned the property in the mid-1990s when US prosecutors said the girl was abused in Maxwell’s “personal London residence.”

The indictment, released last week, says: “Maxwell cared for and befriended Minor Victim 3 in London, England, between about 1994 and 1995.

The Mail on Sunday understands that the socialite owned the property in the mid-1990s (pictured) when US prosecutors said the girl was abused in Maxwell's 'personal London residence'

The Mail on Sunday understands that the socialite owned the property in the mid-1990s (pictured) when US prosecutors said the girl was abused in Maxwell’s ‘personal London residence’

“Maxwell introduced Minor Victim 3 to Epstein, and during those interactions, Maxwell encouraged Minor Victim 3 to massage Epstein, knowing that Epstein would engage in sexual acts with Minor Victim 3. During those massages, Epstein sexually abused Minor Victim 3.”

Maxwell, who has denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein’s serious offense, is said to have lived at Stanhope Mews East in South Kensington at the time.

Neighbors remembered last night that she lived on the estate. It is believed to have been bought for her by her father, newspaper magnate Robert Maxwell, two years before his death in November 1991.

Robert Greenwood, 90, who has lived in the stables for decades, said, “I remember Robert Maxwell buying the property. He came to me and asked if it was worth buying on this street. He told me that he bought it for his daughter, who was in college at the time. ‘

Mr. Greenwood and his wife Kiki remember seeing Maxwell on the street until the mid-1990s when she left the area. She reportedly moved into a house on Kinnerton Street, Belgravia in 1997.

Maxwell (pictured with Epstein), who has denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein's serious offense, is believed to have lived at Stanhope Mews East in South Kensington at the time

Maxwell (pictured with Epstein), who has denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein's serious offense, is believed to have lived at Stanhope Mews East in South Kensington at the time

Maxwell (pictured with Epstein), who has denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein’s serious offense, is believed to have lived at Stanhope Mews East in South Kensington at the time

Maxwell is said to have sold the three-storey property in South Kensington for £ 267,000. It was resold last August for £ 1.7 million.

Photos of the interior, posted by real estate agents last year, show a large living room and two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, although it may have been renovated since Maxwell was there.

The current owner said he did not know that Maxwell once lived there. When asked about his property’s potential link to Epstein’s crimes, he said, “I just don’t want to think about that.”

The now infamous photo of Prince Andrew with his arm around Virginia Giuffre Roberts, 17 years old at the time, was taken in 2001 at Maxwell’s home on Kinnerton Street.

She is believed to still own the property.

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