A SUPERYACHT previously named after the fugitive socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has been spotted in New Zealand after sailing from Australia.
But the mystery of her whereabouts remains after the crew reportedly refused to say how long it’s been in Auckland or who is on board.
Maxwell, one of the world’s most wanted women, is thought to have fled to France, where she was born, to avoid questioning in the US by the FBI over her links to the late disgraced billionaire.
But as revealed by the Sun, the 58-year-old, who vanished from public life in 2016, moved into her secret bolthole on Avenue Matignon, in Paris’s exclusive 8th Arrondissement, to remain undetected.
Now the mystery has been deepened after a 190ft vessel linked to her has been spotted in New Zealand.
It was previously owned by crooked British media mogul Robert Maxwell, who named it Lady Ghislaine after his beloved daughter.
The yacht is now named The Dancing Hare and registered to a company named Touille, based in Vallauris, France.
In January this year it sailed from Sydney to Dunedin, New Zealand.
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