Ghislaine Maxwell’s Secret Dog-Walker Reveals She Was Paranoid Someone Would Kill Her


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In March 2015, Ghislaine Maxwell and her future secret husband Scott Borgerson brought her new dog walker to Central Park and issued a stern warning: He must never tell a soul that the British socialite was his employer.

The dog handler, Rasmus Alpsjö, was part of a rotation of young Swedish men hired to care for Maxwell’s Vizsla, Captain Nemo. And he claims that Borgerson, tall and with an iron grip, was particularly intimidating. “He sat me down and he told me, like, ‘The woman that you’re working for, living with, she’s a very famous woman. So you can never say who she is, and you can never bring people to the house and you have to be quiet about all this,’” Alpsjö said.

The alleged encounter is featured in a new episode of actress and filmmaker Raeden Greer’s podcast Diaries of a Pretender, which delves into her friend Alpsjö’s brief stint as Maxwell’s pet minder, hamburger griller, and fetcher of Starbucks coffee.

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