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Ghislaine Maxwell’s ‘husband’ said he’d’ take down any intruder’

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Ghislaine Maxwell‘s lover told his local police department he would use a level of force associated with Tasers and non lethal munitions to stop intruders at the home he shared with her.

Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the police in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts after journalists knocked the door of the $2.4million mansion last August, DailyMail.com can reveal.  

He said that ‘I am thinking level four use of force’ if he found an intruder, a law enforcement term to denote use of a Taser, pulling hair and pepper spray.

It also covers canine bites, strikes to the head and neck holds.

In the letter Borgerson said that some of his ‘military/intelligence friends’ would be house sitting while he was away with his family.

Until then he would begin ‘physical patrols of my property on a random and rotating schedule’.

Ghislaine Maxwell's lover and suspected husband Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the force in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts last August is pictured on August 19, 2019 He is pictured outside of the police station the day after he sent the email to the chief of police.

Ghislaine Maxwell's lover and suspected husband Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the force in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts last August is pictured on August 19, 2019 He is pictured outside of the police station the day after he sent the email to the chief of police.

Ghislaine Maxwell’s lover and suspected husband Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the force in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts last August is pictured on August 19, 2019 He is pictured outside of the police station the day after he sent the email to the chief of police. 

Borgerson's  letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell

Borgerson's  letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell

Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language

Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language

Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language. His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell

Borgerson wrote to the police after journalists knocked on the door to this $2.4million mansion (pictured) he shared with Maxwell and said, 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder

Borgerson wrote to the police after journalists knocked on the door to this $2.4million mansion (pictured) he shared with Maxwell and said, 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder

Borgerson wrote to the police after journalists knocked on the door to this $2.4million mansion (pictured) he shared with Maxwell and said, ‘I am thinking level four use of force’ if he found an intruder 

Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language.

His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell, who was living with him there for some time.

DailyMail.com revealed last year that Borgerson, 44, a millionaire tech entrepreneur, and Maxwell, 58, were a couple who were living at his home in Manchester.

Level 4 use of force includes includes a taser, pepper spray and neck holds  

Level 4 use of force includes taser, empty hand strikes, impact weapons, less lethal munitions and K9 deployments as well as: 

  • Any intentional pointing of a firearm at a person 
  • Any weaponless defense technique applied to a vulnerable area, excluding strikes, including hair grab, pressure to mastoid or jaw line, and shoulder muscle grab 
  • Any of the following weaponless defense techniques: Control hold, escort (elbow), twist lock, arm-bar, bent-wrist 
  • Any on-duty firearm discharge to dispatch an injured animal 
  • Any Level 3 Use of Force reduced to a Level 4 Use of Force 
  • Any police canine deployment without contact 
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She is now accused of being Jeffrey Epstein’s chief recruiter and during her bail hearing prosecutors revealed she has a ‘spouse’, leading to speculation it could be Borgerson.

Borgerson contacted Todd Fitzgerald, who at the time was interim chief of police, on August 18 last year he asked ‘what are my rights’ if a journalist knocks on his door again.

Borgerson wrote: ‘What I would like to do is to detain them and call (the police) once the subject is ‘secured’.

‘I am thinking level 4 use of force. I am starting physical patrols of my property today on a random and rotating schedule’.

Police departments and law enforcement agencies across the country have their own ranking systems on use of force to respond appropriately to each situation.

Many follow a similar pattern and go from level one to level six, the most serious.

Level four use of force includes anything that results in the loss of consciousness and rough physical movements like takedowns.

According to one definition it also includes ‘any vehicle pursuit resulting in death, serious physical injury or injuries requiring treatment at a hospital’.

Level 5 would include choke holds while level 6, the highest, would be deadly force like deploying firearms.

Three days after his first email Borgerson sent another email which read that he was taking his family camping to New Hampshire for a few days.

He said he had ‘blanketed’ the property in CCTV cameras and installed more ‘No Trespassing’ signs on his driveway.

Borgerson said: ‘Several military/intelligence friends will be house sitting for me while I’m away.

‘FYI I am also in touch with former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis and his security firm who says he knows you and that you have worked well together in the past. We’ve agreed they will remain on standby and they will coordinate our personal security should we again come under siege’.

Chief Fitzgerald wrote back to Borgerson: ‘Thanks for the update. We will continue the extra patrols of the area so I would let your friends know we will be in the area’.

The 58-year-old British socialite cried when she learned last week that she would be held without bail at a New York prison until her trial, which is expected to start next July

The 58-year-old British socialite cried when she learned last week that she would be held without bail at a New York prison until her trial, which is expected to start next July

Borgerson is believed to have met Maxwell six years ago through speaking engagements connected to ocean preservation, a subject on which they share a passion. They were both pictured speaking at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2014

Borgerson is believed to have met Maxwell six years ago through speaking engagements connected to ocean preservation, a subject on which they share a passion. They were both pictured speaking at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2014

Borgerson is believed to have met Maxwell six years ago through speaking engagements connected to ocean preservation, a subject on which they share a passion. They were both pictured speaking at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2014 (left and right)

DailyMail.com reached out to Davis and his security firm, The Edward Davis Company, for comment.

Davis said in an email that Borgerson ‘made a brief inquiry about security at his home but that was it’.

Borgerson never hired his company, Davis said.

Borgerson contacted Todd Fitzgerald, who at the time was interim chief of police, on August 18 last year he asked 'what are my rights' if a journalist knocks on his door

Borgerson contacted Todd Fitzgerald, who at the time was interim chief of police, on August 18 last year he asked 'what are my rights' if a journalist knocks on his door

Borgerson contacted Todd Fitzgerald, who at the time was interim chief of police, on August 18 last year he asked ‘what are my rights’ if a journalist knocks on his door 

Journalists were not the only people who Borgerson had run-ins with after buying the property in 2016.

When his neighbors found out who Maxwell was they began a campaign to shame them into leaving, DailyMail.com has previously revealed.

It led to a court case where Borgerson successfully fought the neighbors’ decision to prevent them from using paths and a beach near the oceanfront property, part of the 40-acre estate shared by other owners.

But the decision was not handed down until after Maxwell had already left for her new life of seclusion in neighboring New Hampshire.

One neighbor said: ‘They were absolutely appalled to learn who they were allowing to have the run of their property,’ one resident told DailyMail.com.

‘The second they learned she was involved with Epstein they decided to try to limit how much they could use their land.’

Other neighbors talked about how Borgerson kept violent dogs that would run up to people and bark at them.

The wealthy tech CEO had once shared the stately home with Maxwell, buying it together in 2016, with the brazen socialite giving tours of the lavishly decorated mansion (pictured) to her neighbors

The wealthy tech CEO had once shared the stately home with Maxwell, buying it together in 2016, with the brazen socialite giving tours of the lavishly decorated mansion (pictured) to her neighbors

The wealthy tech CEO had once shared the stately home with Maxwell, buying it together in 2016, with the brazen socialite giving tours of the lavishly decorated mansion (pictured) to her neighbors 

The 44- year-old was seen for the first time last week since 58-year-old Maxwell's arrest, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show

The 44- year-old was seen for the first time last week since 58-year-old Maxwell's arrest, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show

The 44- year-old was seen for the first time last week since 58-year-old Maxwell’s arrest, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show 

On August 20 last year, around the time Borgerson was emailing with his local police department, the property manager for the estate his home is on called the police after he allegedly threatened her daughter.

According to a police report seen by DailyMail.com: ‘Skylar stated that as she was driving a golf cart around their property while babysitting, Borgerson approached them while carrying his phone ‘intensely and aggressively,’ and while holding some sort of stick with a metal ending at his side. Skylar stated Borgerson said to her ‘your mother put my child in danger.’

Maxwell and Borgerson’s ties run deep and a building permit from their home in Manchester suggests they bought it together, with Maxwell using the fake name ‘Jennifer Ellmax’.

Maxwell set up a company to buy the $1million home in New Hampshire where she was arrested on July 2nd using a lawyer who also set up one of Borgerson’s companies.

Maxwell is currently being detained at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn and is due to stand trial next July after denying the allegations.

She is set to face further embarrassment on Thursday when hundreds of pages about her sex life from a separate case are due to be unsealed.

Borgerson did not respond to a request for comment.

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Video of woman washing her boyfriend’s pillows for the first time in 10 YEARS horrifies social media

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A woman has filmed herself washing her boyfriend’s stained pillows for the first time in 10 years — and social media users are horrified by the state of them. 

In the viral video, the TikToker claimed her boyfriend refuses to replace his decade-old pillows, noting that he never washed them once in all of the time he has had them.

She documented the entire cleaning process, washing three of the dingy pillows — which were yellowed and filthy — and the result is astounding.

Filthy: A TikTok user filmed a video of herself cleaning her boyfriend's pillows for the first time in 10 years, explaining that he refuses to replace them

Filthy: A TikTok user filmed a video of herself cleaning her boyfriend's pillows for the first time in 10 years, explaining that he refuses to replace them

Filthy: A TikTok user filmed a video of herself cleaning her boyfriend's pillows for the first time in 10 years, explaining that he refuses to replace them

Filthy: A TikTok user filmed a video of herself cleaning her boyfriend's pillows for the first time in 10 years, explaining that he refuses to replace them

Filthy: A TikTok user filmed a video of herself cleaning her boyfriend’s pillows for the first time in 10 years, explaining that he refuses to replace them 

While her boyfriend was at work, she placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets.

She then poured some Borax powder into the tub before adding bleach into the mixture.

The TikToker proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows, and then tossed them into the washing machine.

Surprisingly, the pillows came out completely white — a stark contrast to their dark yellow and brown shade before the wash. 

Getting started: She placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets

Getting started: She placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets

Getting started: She placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets

Getting started: She placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets

Getting started: She placed them in the bathtub and threw in a couple of dishwasher tablets

Next up: The TikToker also added Borax power and bleach to the water

Next up: The TikToker also added Borax power and bleach to the water

Next up: The TikToker also added Borax power and bleach to the water

Next up: The TikToker also added Borax power and bleach to the water

Next up: The TikToker also added Borax power and bleach to the water 

The video has since gone viral on TikTok, gaining over 1.7 million views and leaving users in shock at the state of the pillows before they were washed. 

‘With that alone, I would replace the boyfriend. Hygiene is everything,’ one person wrote, while another added: ’10 years of sweat, dead skin, dirt, oil and bacteria’ 

Someone else commented: ‘They are meant to be replaced every two years… they come with expiry dates on them…’

Social media users certainly had reason to be appalled, considering pillows are supposed to be replaced every one or two years and washed at least four times a year.   

Getting them clean: She proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows

Getting them clean: She proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows

Getting them clean: She proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows

Getting them clean: She proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows

Getting them clean: She proceeded to use a mop to wring out the dirt from the pillows

Amazing: After throwing the soaked pillows in the wash, they came out perfectly white

Amazing: After throwing the soaked pillows in the wash, they came out perfectly white

Amazing: After throwing the soaked pillows in the wash, they came out perfectly white

Amazing: After throwing the soaked pillows in the wash, they came out perfectly white

Amazing: After throwing the soaked pillows in the wash, they came out perfectly white

An expert from Christy England, which supplies to Wimbledon and the royal family, told FEMAIL in April that ‘pillows should be washed every three months because, similar to bedding, they contain a build-up of sweat and dead skin.’ 

And while most people think that a whirl in the washing machine will thoroughly clean their clothes and linens — but it turns out that some fabrics may be retaining a horrifying buildup of dirt.

‘Stripping’ laundry is the special trick that gets everything super clean, removing the grime that washing machines won’t.

The technique involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent, similar to what the TikToker did to her boyfriend’s pillows. 

Like new: The Tiktoker joked that she 'can sleep better knowing those nasty pillows are clean'

Like new: The Tiktoker joked that she 'can sleep better knowing those nasty pillows are clean'

Like new: The Tiktoker joked that she 'can sleep better knowing those nasty pillows are clean'

Like new: The Tiktoker joked that she 'can sleep better knowing those nasty pillows are clean'

Like new: The Tiktoker joked that she ‘can sleep better knowing those nasty pillows are clean’

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Say what? Social media users were horrified by the filthy brown pillows

Say what? Social media users were horrified by the filthy brown pillows

Say what? Social media users were horrified by the filthy brown pillows 

People have been stripping their laundry for ages, but the process is reaching a new generation after going viral on TikTok in recent months. 

Nurse Lauren Elms shared several walk-throughs on the app, first stripping her workout clothes on April 22 and then doing her towels on April 24.

The video of her stripping her towels was viewed more than six million times.

In the clip, she filled a tub with hot water and added a quarter cup of baking soda, a quarter cup of Borax, and a generous scoop of powder detergent and places her laundry in the tub.  

Lauren advised stirring the clothes every couple of hours, but she showed that just ten minutes in, the water was already dirty. After seven hours, the water was a filthy, dark brown color.

She pointed out that her clothes and towels were actually ‘clean’ when they went in the tub, so this was all buildup. She told viewers to finish up by re-washing their laundry as they normally would in a machine. 

Get stripping! Most people think that the washing machine will thoroughly clean their clothes and linens — but it turns out that some fabrics may be retaining a horrifying buildup of dirt

Get stripping! Most people think that the washing machine will thoroughly clean their clothes and linens — but it turns out that some fabrics may be retaining a horrifying buildup of dirt

Get stripping! Most people think that the washing machine will thoroughly clean their clothes and linens — but it turns out that some fabrics may be retaining a horrifying buildup of dirt

Mix it up: 'Stripping' laundry involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent

Mix it up: 'Stripping' laundry involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent

Mix it up: 'Stripping' laundry involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent

Mix it up: 'Stripping' laundry involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent

Mix it up: ‘Stripping’ laundry involves soaking laundry in a tub of hot water, baking soda, Borax, and detergent

Yuck! After soaking the laundry in the solution, it may leave behind water that looks like this

Yuck! After soaking the laundry in the solution, it may leave behind water that looks like this

Yuck! After soaking the laundry in the solution, it may leave behind water that looks like this

She also showed that the bottom of her drained tub was dirtied with a surprising residue from the soak.

Lauren’s video set off a trend, and several others have mimicked her with their own clips. Some just shared shocked and horrified reactions, while others replicated the experiment with their own clothes.

According to The Spruce, ‘body soil and bacteria’ can get stuck in fabrics, especially terry cloth towels.

That’s why some older towels and gym clothes may smell clean immediately after coming out of the wash, but will start to smell as soon as they get damp.

When laundry is thrown in the wash, the soap is doing a lot of the work to clean it — but it’s still circulating in dirty water, which gets reabsorbed into the fabric.

Stripping can get rid of some of the dirt and bacteria, while smells can be killed by adding vinegar to a wash.

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Chief Scientific Officer Sir Patrick Vallance has £600,000 of shares in vaccine maker GSK

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Sir Patrick Vallance has a £600,000 shareholding in a pharmaceuticals giant which is racing to develop a Covid vaccine for the Government, a report has revealed.

The Chief Scientific Adviser holds the deferred bonus of 43,111 shares in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) from his time as president of the multinational company.

Sir Patrick has already sold more than £5 million in shares he received during his tenure from 2012 to 2018, when he was appointed by the Government.

Accounts seen by the Telegraph show that Sir Patrick held 404,201 GSK shares when he resigned, worth £6.1 million at today’s price.

Sir Patrick Vallance speaking to the nation on Monday night. He and Chris Whitty outlined why the Government was announcing a raft of new lockdown measures

Sir Patrick Vallance speaking to the nation on Monday night. He and Chris Whitty outlined why the Government was announcing a raft of new lockdown measures

Sir Patrick Vallance speaking to the nation on Monday night. He and Chris Whitty outlined why the Government was announcing a raft of new lockdown measures

Sir Patrick, who also chairs the Government’s expert panel on vaccines, predicted at a news conference this week that the first effective doses of a jab might become available on a limited basis by the end of this year.

GSK is one of more than 20 drugs companies around the world in the race to provide the cure for coronavirus – an achievement which would be colossally lucrative.

Sir Patrick’s former employer has deals with the British and US governments to supply them with Covid-19 vaccines, subject to terms in a final contract.

A senior Conservative MP and ex-Cabinet minister told The Telegraph that Sir Patrick should have declared his stake in GSK.

‘The policy of this Government is to try to suppress Covid at every opportunity until we get a vaccine,’ the MP said. ‘That makes it more likely that a vaccine will be prioritised by the Government and he happens to be holding shares in one of the leading companies that are developing it. It is a potential conflict of interest.

‘If he is making decisions on vaccines and advising the Government on them, then he either needs to divest himself of the shares or make a declaration every time he touches on the subject. In the Commons, every time MPs raise an issue in which there is a registered interest, they have to declare it. Every time he is talking about vaccines or on TV, he should put it on the table.’

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The GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceuticals headquarters in Brentford, west London

The GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceuticals headquarters in Brentford, west London

A government spokesman said that Sir Patrick holds a deferred share bonus which will mature in April but declined to comment on the size of the holding or its value.

‘Upon his appointment, appropriate steps were taken to manage the Government Chief Scientific Adviser’s (GCSA) interests in line with advice provided at the time,’ the spokesman said.

The Government’s spokesman added that while Sir Patrick chairs the Government’s expert panel on vaccines, he ‘has no input into contractual and commercial decisions on vaccine procurement,’ which are the province of ministers.

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