REPORT: Daily Mail: Photo of Epstein Pal at In-N-Out Was Staged

AUGUST 20, 2019

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The question of where Jeffrey Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell is hiding out grew murkier Monday as a British newspaper claimed that a photo of her at a Los Angeles burger joint—published by a New York tabloid—was staged by her attorney.

Reporters at the Daily Mail went to great lengths to debunk the supposedly candid shot: examining the photo metadata, comparing pictures of a dog named Dexter, and confirming that an image in the background appeared to be altered.

The article goes on to state the following:

Last week, the Mail published what it has been calling a “world exclusive,” a story that said Maxwell has been holed up in the Massachusetts home of her purported lover, tech entrepreneur Scott Borgerson.

The Mail’s report was doubted after the New York Post published photos of Maxwell allegedly eating at an In-N-Out Burger in Universal City, California.

The Mail discovered that the Post picture was tagged with metadata with the word Meadowgate, “the name of a firm tied to California lawyer Leah Saffian, who has represented Maxwell’s brother in the past,” according to the Daily Beast.

In addition, an ad for the movie Good Boys, which can be seen on a bus shelter in the In-N-Out photo, is not currently being displayed on the shelter. The current ad has been up since July 28, the advertising company confirmed.

The Daily Mail believes, “The first picture of Ghislaine Maxwell in more than three years was staged by her close friend and attorney, Leah Saffian.”

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