CEO Scott Borgerson denies he’s dating Epstein pal Ghislaine Maxwell

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The man rumored to be dating Jeffrey Epstein’s former lover and alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell has completely denied any romance between the pair.

Maxwell has been reportedly living with tech CEO Scott Borgerson at his Manchester, Massachusetts home, according to the Daily Mail.

But Borgerson called The Post Wednesday to insist he had been busy working abroad – and nobody has been at his home.

He arrived back in the US late Wednesday, only to be met by a police escort, and said: “It’s pretty crazy, all of this just exploded. People keep asking me, but I am not dating Ghislaine, I’m home alone with my cat.”

When asked about the status of his friendship with Maxwell now, Borgerson replied: “I don’t want to comment on that – would you want to talk about your friends?”

“I landed after a long flight and my phone went crazy, the first thing I did was call the local police to check my house.”

Asked if he knew where Maxwell now is, Borgerson, a divorced dad, replied: “She’s not here, I have no idea where she is.

“Nobody wants to be close to this radioactive situation. I’m just an Ocean policy person, I was serving my country in the military and then I’ve been busy working hard – I’m an ethical person with a good reputation and integrity.

“I have no idea about the #MeToo movement and Jeffrey Epstein. It’s not a normal day to have to get a police escort home.”

Asked why Maxwell’s name is listed as living at his home with him, Borgerson said: “I would never trust the Internet!”

The Post has been told that friends of Maxwell last saw her over the past month walking down a London street, but she has gone to ground.

Borgerson refused to say whether Maxwell had ever stayed at his home.

Despite this, NBC News reported on Wednesday that a property manager of an adjacent parcel of land said that Maxwell was living at Borgerson’s residence as recently as two weeks ago.

Borgerson replied “If you want to write a longer article. I’m passionate about ocean policy and I wish people were as interested in Jones Act reform, joining the law of the sea, and funding icebreakers. On this, I’m your guy.”

The Daily Mail also captured photos that it claims show Borgerson walking Maxwell’s dog in Boston.

However, Borgerson told The Post that the dog in the photographs is actually his, and his name is Secretary Hamilton — named after founding father Alexander Hamilton, who founded the Coast Guard.

Borgerson’s company, CargoMetrics, was founded in 2010 and raised nearly $23 million from investors including former Google CEO and Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt, according to PitchBook.

The Daily Mail also captured photos that it claims show Borgerson walking Maxwell’s dog in Boston.

The Daily Mail reported that Maxwell was a “real homebody” who had rarely left Borgerson’s Massachusetts home since moving in.

Borgerson’s house is on the coast, in Manchester-by-the-Sea, a town in Massachusetts north of Boston.

British-born socialite Maxwell long faced allegations that she served as the madam for Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced convicted sexo ffender who died over the past weekend by apparent suicide while awaiting trial.

Maxwell reportedly recruited underage girls for Epstein and participated in their abuse. At least two women who accused Epstein of sexually abusing them sued Maxwell in 2015, alleging she launched a campaign to damage their reputation and discredit their allegations.

A new front in the Epstein case opened Wednesday morning, as his accuser Jennifer Araoz filed a lawsuit against his estate, Maxwell and three unnamed female household staff members.

Araoz alleges she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by Epstein at his New York City townhouse when she was 14 and 15 years old, including a forcible rape in 2002. She first disclosed her alleged abuse publicly in an exclusive “Today” show interview with Savannah Guthrie on July 10, the same day she filed papers in New York state court saying she intended to sue Epstein.

The complaint Araoz filed Wednesday alleges Maxwell and the staffers “conspired with each other to make possible and otherwise facilitate the sexual abuse and rape of Plaintiff.”

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