Jeffrey Epstein’s former gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell gave a talk to kids at a Massachusetts school — which had no idea she had been accused of being a madam for the multimillionaire pedophile.
Maxwell, 57, gave a presentation to a classroom at Rockport Elementary School last January about her environmental mission to help protect the world’s oceans, according to the Boston Globe.
Rockport is just one town over from Manchester-by-the-Sea, where the British socialite was rumored to have been laying low with a new beau, tech CEO Scott Borgerson, in his $3 million oceanfront home.
Rockport Schools Superintendent Rob Liebow confirmed Maxwell’s presentation — but told the Globe they “had no knowledge” of her ties to Epstein.
He told the paper she was invited as the founder of New York-based environmental nonprofit, TerraMar Project, as a one-time event at the request of a teacher studying oceans.
Maxwell has long been tied to Epstein’s activities and is believed to be one of the key targets of ongoing investigations now the pedophile is dead. Recent court papers claimed that “multiple witnesses” had testified that Maxwell was responsible for “recruiting, maintaining, harboring and trafficking girls for Epstein.”