Staged Photo: Ghislaine Maxwell getting a little of the o'l In-N-Out
UPDATE: Photos of Ghislaine Maxwell was staged by her close friend and attorney, Leah Saffian, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.
Jeffrey Epstein’s enabler and ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell isn’t holed up in Israel or hiding somewhere at Manchester by the sea.
She was caught by a New York Post photographer (how convenient) hiding in plain sight eating animal fries at the In-N-Out in Universal City.
Maxwell, 57, the alleged Mossad agent and madam to the multimillionaire pedophile, was scarfing down a burger, fries and shake at an In-N-Out Burger on Monday while reading “The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,” a nonfiction best-seller by journalist Ted Gup.
She was sitting alone with a pet dog, wearing glasses and was surprised to have been found and told an onlooker, “Well, I guess this is the last time I’ll be eating here!”
Maxwell, accused in court papers of providing sex slaves for Epstein and engaging in threesomes (forcing dildo sex on underage girls) with the financier Epstein. She had not been photographed in public since 2016.
Considering she is free and Epstein is dead, who do you think was the handler in this relationship?
UPDATE: According to the photograph’s metadata, reviewed by DailyMail.com, the photograph is tagged with ‘Meadowgate’. Metadata provides information about the rights of the photograph to users. Saffian is president of Meadowgate Media Investments Inc, according to public records.
The release of the photo has been plagued with questions surrounding apparent inconsistencies.
The Mail on Sunday reported this weekend that one of America’s biggest outdoor advertising companies alleged that at least one photo of Maxwell had been altered.
Behind Maxwell can be seen a bus shelter displaying an ad for the movie ‘Good Boys’ which opened in the U.S. this past Friday.
There’s only one problem: That particular bus shelter has displayed a poster advertising the Providence St Joseph’s Medical Centre since July 28 – and continues to do so, according to Outfront Media spokeswoman Carly Zipp.
‘We think it was Photoshopped,’ says Zipp, in New York. ‘We do not have any records of this [‘Good Boys’ poster] being posted there.’
Outfront keeps meticulous records of exactly which posters are displayed at bus shelter locations across the US, but Zipp insists that at the bus shelter outside In-N-Out burger where Maxwell dined: ‘We have no record of ‘Good Boys’ ever being posted.