Insider: ‘Contagion Numbers’ of Elites Exposed as Jeffrey Epstein’s Clients Will Be ‘Staggering’
The shoe is about the drop on prominent Democratic Party donor Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking operation that is widely suspected to implicate some of the most famous and prestigious people in the world, and insiders are claiming that the revelations will not disappoint.
“There were other business associates of Mr. Epstein’s who engaged in improper sexual misconduct at one or more of his homes. We do know that,” said Brad Edwards, attorney for alleged victim Courtney Wild. “In due time the names are going to start coming out.”
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit is expected to release 2,000 documents from the civil suit against Epstein within days. The three-judge panel claims that the documents are likely to expose the involvement of “numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known prime minister, and other world leaders” in Epstein’s illicit operation.
“Nobody who was around Epstein a lot is going to have an easy time now. It’s all going to come out,” said David Boies, an attorney whose client Virginia Roberts Giuffre brought forward the civil suit that is about to be unsealed.
Epstein was apprehended earlier this month and charged with the sex trafficking of minors in a federal indictment. Officials claim they found child pornography in his mansion while searching the vast New York City compound. Epstein is currently being held without bail awaiting his upcoming criminal trial.
An anonymous source close to Epstein told Vanity Fair to expect an unprecedented disclosure that may shake the foundation of global politics to its very core.
“It’s going to be staggering, the amount of names. It’s going to be contagion numbers,” the insider said.
In addition to his well-known close ties to former President Bill Clinton, Epstein has also mingled with the likes of Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg at lavish parties even after being convicted for sex crimes. Another source claims Epstein hosted Bill Gates, Larry Summers, and many others from the Davos crowd at his mansion, as he liked to “collect people.”
Other individuals such as Prince Andrew of Great Britain and attorney Alan Dershowitz have come to be widely associated with Epstein’s illicit operation after several accusers have come forward naming them as their abusers.
Dershowitz denies that he is guilty of any wrongdoing, despite being a close associate of Epstein’s for many years and serving as his legal counsel.
“I got one massage!” he said to Vanity Fair. “It was from a 50-year-old Russian woman named Olga. And I kept my shorts on. I didn’t even like it. I’m not a massage guy.”
“The royal family did everything they could to try and discredit the Prince Andrew stuff,” Boies told Vanity Fair. “When we tried to follow up with anything, we were stonewalled. We wanted to interview him, they were unwilling to do anything.”
Another important detail that may come out through the trial and disclosures is the source of Epstein’s income. Although Epstein was undoubtedly very rich, nobody can seem to pinpoint exactly how he accumulated his immense wealth.
“It was his full-time job,” Edwards said of Epstein’s deviant sexual practices. “We have not found anyone who has provided information about a legitimate business he was engaged [in].”
Apollo Global Management founder Leon Black donated $10 million to the Epstein foundation, presumably for “tax advice and estate planning.” Epstein’s close ties with Leslie Wexner, the billionaire CEO of L Brands and founder of Victoria’s Secret, prompted Wexner to essentially gift Epstein a mansion worth $77 million.
It is being speculated that blackmail was at the heart of Epstein’s operation, fueling his mysterious wealth and jet-setter lifestyle. The public will have a more accurate view of what Epstein was actually doing in the days and weeks to come, as the files are unsealed and his next criminal trial takes place.