Jeffrey Epstein died in a New York jail in August 2019, aged 66, awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous while abusing dozens of young girls – with his right-hand woman Ghislaine Maxwell by his side in public, and in private. When Maxwell landed in New York City in the early 1990s, it was as her father’s emissary; Robert Maxwell had bought the New York Daily News, and dispatched his youngest child to oversee the press baron’s latest purchase. By November 1991 Robert Maxwell was dead, and his daughter, distraught, turned to the second man who would define her life: Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein, who took his own life almost a year ago aged 66, was facing charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking when he died. For decades he had preyed on young vulnerable girls, luring them in with promises of money, or college fees, or assistance entering the dream worlds of fashion, art and modeling. He would then force them to sexually service him or his cronies. Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell pictured with Donald Trump and Melania Knauss at Mar-a-Lago in 2000 Deborah Blohm, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine… Read full this story
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