As might remember, Dutch journalist Henk Van Ess claimed that the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Yolanda Hadid allocated the family’s Pennsylvania farmhouse for Ghislaine Maxwell to let her hideout last year. In addition, the New York Post revealed deleted tweets that Ghislaine was tracked through her computer’s IP address.
The associate of Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine was arrested on sexual abuse charges. She also has been accused of forcing minor girls to have sexual intercourse with Jeffrey who was arrested on human trafficking and hanged himself in jail.
However, Hadid refused all of the claims, and said through Twitter:
“I do not know or have ever associated with Ghislaine– the first time I have heard about her or any of this was watching the documentary, like the rest of the world, on Netflix — which became an in-depth dinner conversation with my family in which we all discussed how it’s possible that this woman was not already in jail ..?!”
The mother of Bella and Gigi Hadid continued:
“I have been strictly quarantined with my family, as my daughter is pregnant and is at high risk for catching the virus, and just learned in the past couple of days, via the press that GM was arrested.”
Then she concluded as follows:
“So, I’m not sure how I have been brought into this narrative of yours, but I take these false claims very seriously. Please stop involving me. What that lady did is disturbing and she deserves to be in jail for a long time.”
However, Hadid deleted the tweets a little time after. In order to reach out to the news source and view the mentioned tweets, click here.