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Attorney Dershowitz Sues Netflix for $80M Over Epstein Show

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Attorney Dershowitz Sues Netflix for $80M Over Epstein Show

"I might cross your reporting attorney Alan Dershowitz sues Netflix attorney and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is suing Netflix for eighty million dollars for his portrayal in the series filthy rich about sex offender Jeffrey Epstein the lawsuit filed in Miami federal court contends Netflix intentionally misled Dershowitz regarding his appearance in the series the lawsuit also claims Netflix defamed Dershowitz by falsely asserting he had sex with one of Epstein's victims Virginia to fray Dershowitz who once represented abstain has denied accusations from two free that they had sex Epstein died in August twenty nineteen at a New York jail in what was ruled a suicide hi Mike Rossi up

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Two Guarding Epstein Night He Killed Himself Will Avoid Jail Time

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:15 sec | 2 months ago

Two Guarding Epstein Night He Killed Himself Will Avoid Jail Time

"To prison workers responsible for monitoring convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein the night he killed himself in his cell will not serve jail time under a deal with federal prosecutors both admit to falsifying

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Bill Gates Will Never Be the Same

Reset

02:29 min | 2 months ago

Bill Gates Will Never Be the Same

"Bill and melinda gates shocked the world when they announced earlier this month. They're getting a divorce. It left many wondering about the future of their foundation after nearly three decades of marriage bill and melinda gates have filed for divorce ending what some consider one of the most consequential marriages in american history. They've been a power couple for decades their global work carrying the stamp of their union. They fought poverty disease and inequity together as a team with their bill and melinda gates foundation or the divorce bill and melinda gates mentoring many wondering what this means for their massive fortune approaching one hundred fifty billion dollars since then. There's been a steady trickle of scandalous reports about bill gates and they have shattered the carefully crafted public persona that. He's been building for more than twenty years here to explain is teddy slight for hates eddie. Hey so teddy. What's been going on so a few weeks ago. We learned that bill and melinda gates are getting a force that they have irreconcilable differences. And you know it's a sad story that obviously as potentially profound implications for society but it's sort of a paint drama so to speak what's happened. This week is that we are learning more and more seemingly by the day about the circumstances that led to the divorce and is this is evolving to put it bluntly into tabloid ask melodrama involving the likes of mine to you know a boardroom. Investigation into an affair with a microsoft employee. We've known for a couple of weeks. Now that bill melinda gates were getting divorced but the reasons are probably spicier than anyone could have imagined and you know this matters because they'll melinda gates are two of the world's most important figures. So what is the relationship between. Bill gates and jeffrey epstein. Or what was it. So bill gates and jeffrey epstein have been friends or associates. At least for a while. And we've known that that's that's public information. That was reported about a year ago when You know the epstein revelations. I came out bill gates at the time apologized for his friendship with epstein You know his belief that he had somehow legitimized epstein who was already convicted sex offender at the time but we now are learning that there was an impact revelations that melinda gates felt strongly enough that you know bill gates had betrayed his values that she began to seek out Divorce lawyers in twenty nineteen.

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Palm Beach County’s Handling of Jeffrey Epstein Wasn’t Corrupt, Florida Finds

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Palm Beach County’s Handling of Jeffrey Epstein Wasn’t Corrupt, Florida Finds

"Prosecutors and law enforcement officials in Palm Beach county Florida have been cleared of wrongdoing in connection with their handling of registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein more than a decade ago the Florida department of law enforcement reported it found no evidence that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein who died in a New York jail in twenty nineteen had received any special treatment from the Palm Beach county sheriff's office work state attorney's office between two thousand five when a sex trafficking investigation against him began in two thousand nine when Epstein was released from jail after pleading guilty to prostitution charges both agencies have been criticized by Epstein's victims for the plea deal and his participation in a work release program that allowed him to work in his office where he had possibly engaged in the sexual abuse of underage girls the sheriff's department is still conducting an internal investigation into possible policy violations I'm Jackie Quinn

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Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019

"The split between Bill Melinda Gates, which was announced last week has been in the works. Apparently for some time. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Melinda Gates began consulting with divorce lawyers nearly two years ago. The couple hasn't said what prompted the divorce, But sources familiar with the billionaire couple say, Ah, concern for Miss Gates was her husband's dealings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Mr. Gates has only said in public that he has met with Epstein and doesn't have any business relationship or friendship with him. The couple has agreed to divide their assets. It's a fortune estimated at $130 Billion

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Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial Postponed

Rudy Giuliani

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial Postponed

"The British woman charged with sex trafficking link to Jeffrey Epstein is getting her trial pushed back. Here's the BBC's Sara Lee Kessler jelling. Maxwell asked for the delay after she was hit with two new sex trafficking charges of federal judge in New York granted her request. So the former socialite will now stand trial in the fall instead of July. Maxwell, accused of recruiting underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse have seen committed suicide in 2019 while in jail in Manhattan on sex trafficking

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Ghislaine Maxwell Denied Bail Again for Fourth Time

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell Denied Bail Again for Fourth Time

"Maxwell is being denied Bond again. It's the fourth time that Maxwell has been denied bail as she awaits trial on charges that she helped Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls. Currently set to stand trial in July.

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In court, Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty to new charges

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

In court, Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty to new charges

"Jeffrey Epstein's one time girlfriend Jillian Maxwell faces a trial judge in person for the first time Maxwell pleaded not guilty in New York to new charges of sex trafficking she's accused of recruiting teenage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse accuser Danielle ban ski was among the spectators it's hard to sit through it and it's painful but it's good to feeling outside court Maxwell attorney David Marcus called his client courageous and fair and the case on fair it's abstinence that she's being treated horribly because of the negligence and what happens to Jeffrey Epstein she's not suicidal she's not it she should be treated like this abstain took his own life at a Manhattan federal jail in twenty nineteen I'm at Donahue

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Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to New Sex Trafficking Charges

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to New Sex Trafficking Charges

"Dylan Maxwell, the former girlfriend to Jeffrey Epstein pleads not guilty to all charges involving the alleged sex trafficking of teenage girls. A. B C's Aaron Carter ski reports from the courthouse, Dylan, Maxwell's attorney entered a not guilty plea on her behalf to a new charge of sex trafficking that expands the scope of her allegedly criminal conduct. Maxwell appeared in the courtroom for the first time in a blue smoke her hair graying at the roots, her ankles shackled, she appeared frail. Her family attorney said she's being treated horribly in jail, and she looks forward to fighting the charges that accused her of enabling Jeffrey

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New York Times Reports Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

The Guy Benson Show

01:41 min | 4 months ago

New York Times Reports Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

"That broke last evening. Good news, Ghislaine Maxwell. Longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, was charged Monday for the first time was sex trafficking of a minor this from The New York Times. Don't prosecutors accusing her of grooming a 14 year old girl to engage in sexual acts with Mr Epstein and later paying her A new federal indictment filed in Manhattan charge that on multiple occasions between 2001 and 04, the girl provided nude massages to Mr Epstein at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida. During which he engaged in sexual acts with her. The new charges against Maxwell go further than those contained in an earlier indictment that accused her of helping Mr Epstein recruit groom and ultimately sexually abused girls, but did not include sex trafficking allegations. Now those charges have been included. Senator Ben Sasse, who's a Republican from Nebraska. He's been really demanding. Action in this case and accountability in this case, he put out a statement last night. Quote. This is good news. All of Epstein's co conspirators and especially Ghislaine Maxwell should be prosecuted to the fullest, his fullest extent of the law. She knows the depth of Epstein's sick crimes and the DOJ ought to do everything he can to keep her alive. Yes, considering what happened with Epstein himself and bring her to justice. Wealth and power cannot overcome the law. These human traffickers must pay for their crimes and quote and amen to every word of that. Finally, some movement on Ghislaine Maxwell in this absolutely Sickening and also bizarre, mysterious case.

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Ghislaine Maxwell faces new charges while awaiting trial in New York

WBZ Morning News

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell faces new charges while awaiting trial in New York

"In their case against financier Jeffrey Epstein's ex girlfriend, Dylan Maxwell has pleaded not guilty. Charges she recruited underage girls to be sexually abused by Epstein. It's the bridge to nowhere, a defunct drawbridge that used to

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Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

"To the indictment against Delaine Max, wealthy ex girlfriend of financier Jeffrey Epstein. In a re written indictment, prosecutors added the sex trafficking, conspiracy and a sex trafficking charge against Maxwell. The 59 year old Maxwell, who was arrested last July, is being held in a federal jail. A judge has rejected veil packages three times. Epstein, who was arrested on sex trafficking charges, killed himself at a Manhattan federal lockup in August. 2019. Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges. I might cross you. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. Jurors on Day one in the

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Sex trafficking crimes brought against Epstein ex-girlfriend

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Sex trafficking crimes brought against Epstein ex-girlfriend

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting sex trafficking charges are brought against Jeffrey Epstein's ex girlfriend new charges were added Monday to the indictment against Elaine Maxwell the ex girlfriend of financier Jeffrey Epstein in a rewritten indictment prosecutors added to sex trafficking conspiracy and the sex trafficking charge against Maxwell the fifty nine year old Maxwell who was arrested last July is being held in a federal jail a judge has rejected bail packages three times Epstein who was arrested on sex trafficking charges killed himself in a Manhattan federal lock up in August twenty nineteen Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges hi Mike Rossio

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Harvard punishes professor who had ties to Jeffrey Epstein

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Harvard punishes professor who had ties to Jeffrey Epstein

"For Harvard University professor with close ties to the late financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the next two years. Martin Nowak can continue teaching, say Harvard officials, but other contact with students will be limited and his research centers being shut down. No actual math professor he was on paid leave after a review last spring, found that he violated school security rules by giving Jeffrey Epstein unrestricted access to campus, including an office and a building key card even after the financiers 8 2006. Crimes conviction, Epstein donated millions to know ex research in a statement, no access, he's humbled to return to work and regrets his connection with Epstein, Chuck's

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Billionaire Leon Black stepping down as Apollo CEO in wake of Jeffrey Epstein scandal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Billionaire Leon Black stepping down as Apollo CEO in wake of Jeffrey Epstein scandal

"The Apollo Global management private equity firm had been planning to leave the CEO's job by July. But Leon Black stepped down months ahead of schedule, and he's leaving the chairmanship he been expected to keep. He cites health concerns. The move, though, also comes after an investigation found deeper financial ties to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. Subsides of a post pandemic

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Ghislaine Maxwell's brother insists she should be treated as 'presumed innocent'

John McCulloch

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell's brother insists she should be treated as 'presumed innocent'

"Is Good Morning America this morning, 64 year old Ian Maxwell said his sister should not be treated as presumed innocent or should be treated as presumed is innocent because she is not Jeffrey Epstein. To see sex inventor that she worked with. He claims Guillen is also being subjected to monstrous treatment at the Metropolitan Correctional Facility in Brooklyn as he awaits trial. Maxwell's facing charges of 18 Epstein and abusing Underage girls. Late Black Panther starts head with

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Meghan & Harry Open Up About Royal Family in Upcoming Oprah TV Interview

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00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Meghan & Harry Open Up About Royal Family in Upcoming Oprah TV Interview

"With. Later this weekend, former Royals Harry and Meghan will open up in a TV interview. Those two are embroiled in a royal family feuds is ABC is James Long Men in London and an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan claims Palisades intervened when Winfrey asked her for an interview months before the 2018 wedding. This comes just as Buckingham Palace took an unprecedented step. Opening an investigation into bullying claims against the Duchess. Well, Harry and Megan won't be involved in the investigation. Senior raids are expected to be questioned. Meghan's office has called the report a smear campaign. Critics also asking if the palace is going to investigate the duchess. Why not also look into Prince Andrew, who faces even more serious allegations around his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein? Sanders denied any wrongdoing

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Royal Feud Escalates Ahead of Meghan and Harry's Oprah Interview

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00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Royal Feud Escalates Ahead of Meghan and Harry's Oprah Interview

"Former Royals Harry and Meghan will open up in a TV interview. The two are. Meanwhile, embroiled in a royal family feuds is a B C's James Long win in London and an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan claims Palisades intervened when Winfrey asked her for an interview months before the 2018 wedding. This comes just as Buckingham Palace took an unprecedented step. Opening an investigation into bullying claims against the Duchess. Well, Harry and Megan would be involved in the investigation. Senior raids are expected to be questioned. Meghan's office is called the report a smear campaign Critics also asking if the palace is going to investigate the duchess. Why not also look into Prince Andrew, who faces even more serious allegations around his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein? But Sanders denied any wrongdoing related to Epstein

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"Virginia. Didn't make the difficult decision to go public every story every bit of breaking news. It's because there was a woman who made the conscious choice to sacrifice her privacy her comfort. Every ounce of change is because a survivor talked. Alexander kosta stepped down as labor secretary. Because they talked. Jeffrey epstein was arrested. Because they talked d'alene maxwell is awaiting trial because they talked there's a proposed amendment to the crime victims rights act because they talked. I've spent hours with virginia over the last year. Asking her about our past talking about the future and even after all that time she wants the.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"The f. Victim's compensation program never presented itself at salvation. But it felt like the easiest possible path for victims seeking closure in the wake up seems death and then like everything related jeffrey epstein their strings attached for some people. It will be the right option for others. It's a less satisfying choice. Because settling with the fund feels like accepting the way. The estate has protected people who are alleged to have enabled and even participated in epsteins abuse. The fun feels like a metaphor for epstein journey through the criminal justice system. His.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"This episode talks about the sexual abuse of minors and maybe upsetting to some listeners. Jeffrey Epstein ran a sex trafficking operation practically out in the open. For years. Some of his wealthy Palm Beach neighbors noticed a steady stream of cabs turning onto their dead end street and pulling up at three fifty eight L. Brea Way. These neighbors called the police after seeing what seemed like a parade of young girls coming and going from the multi-million dollar property. The police even surveilled the House surrounded by twenty foot, hedges. But they didn't see enough to move forward with a full investigation. Then in March two, thousand and five. They received a horrifying complaint. The parent of a young girl called the Palm Beach, police department describing how her daughter had been brought by a friend to see an older man. Oh, she had was a vague description of the house and the man. Who says who still health and? Of the gentleman by the age of forty five school administrators had found three hundred dollars in the girls bag her step mom had no idea where she could have gotten all that cash after asking her asking her and asked her what was going on. Girl. Admitted that she had been brought to this man's house to give him a massage and she wasn't the only one. Can. Burn, grill, you know very wrong they third out by giving this gentleman massage. it pays them. If he likes them, you said they're pretty enough and keep them on to do other things. Okay. That first victim identified others told them how it was a word of mouth thing where teenage girls recruited their friends and classmates to massage this creepy old guy in a huge house. The. More officers dug into the allegations. The clearer became that.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"This might be weird to say is the host of a show about Jeffrey Epstein, but I don't really care about him. Here's what I care about. The people who be abused and who are now demanding something that seems so simple. They want our legal system and our society to say very clearly, you don't get to sexually abuse girls for years and get away with it because you are rich and powerful. On this season a broken we're going to spend a lot of time with some of those victims those survivors today you'll hear about Virginia Roberts Jofre. You've likely seen her on. TV. or in that photo of Prince Andrew with his arm around her bare teenage waste. In the years since she, I told her story in two thousand eleven. Virginia has grown into a unique figure in our cultural landscape, a sex abuse victim who never stopped speaking out. And her willingness to relive and recount the awful things that happened to her and to keep the pressure on her alleged abusers has spurred real action. Her statements about being traffic. Prince Andrew led him to step back from public life. This week we go on a cross country journey with Virginia. Following. Her as she reaches out to some of the people she knew back when she was under epsteins control. She wants the people who witnessed obscene sexual abuse operation to come forward and admit what they saw publicly. There's a lot of them Epstein had. So many enablers in the sex trafficking operation. Virginia's particularly interested in epsteins household employees, not the handful of assistance who actively ran the sex trafficking ring their potential criminal defendants, and we'll probably never talk. But there are other staffers people who didn't directly participate organiz the sex abuse, but we're in a position to see so much. Jeffrey, had so many people so many moving parts at everyone his properties, the mansions in New York, and Palm Beach The island in the Caribbean the ranch in New Mexico, these were people like butlers. Chauffeurs and chefs, and then the pilots would fly in from one house to another at new. York probably had about fifteen how staff all these employees plus the guests everybody who went into Jeffrey's house news going on you couldn't be a pizza delivery boy and walk epsteins houses and not know what's going on. You walk into the houses naked pictures everywhere young girls everywhere old do not married like it's not hard to just put tuned to together. Really. Virginia. Says most of the sexual abuse she endured occurred behind closed doors. But what she describes happening in the public areas would shock most people we would you know lay out completely naked hundred percent naked Jeffrey did not like Tan lines at all, he wanted Tan bodies he wanted petite bodies he wanted like prepubescent parties. So no pure care and no Tan Lines Virginia said, she spent more than two years under obscene thumb not only being forced to perform erotic massages nonstop. But helping him to do things that no able bodied adult man should need assistance with like putting his socks and shoes on for him soaping him in the shower tucking him into bed. It was a horror show. She only escaped in two thousand and two when she eloped with her now husband. I started this brand new life in Australia I learned how to cook eggs and do laundry I know that sounds stupid. But you know I learned those little simple things like that was that's what made me happy and I was so happy just to move on with that. But by two thousand eleven Virginia realized, she couldn't let epsteins crimes go unpunished. She couldn't just move on what changed for me was giving birth to these beautiful children that I have a knowing a love that I've never known before. As you probably heard, Virginia has claimed in court Filings Epstein forced her to have sex with a number of powerful men all of whom denied it including. The lawyer Alan Dershowitz Prince Andrew Former New Mexico. Governor Bill Richardson and former Senator George. Mitchell. In mind these were all public figures not paying any price for their actions. She felt a need to call them to account. She didn't think getting justice would take all that Long Epstein ran a massive sex trafficking operation in which he allegedly many men and a handful of women sexually abused dozens probably hundreds of girls she thought the evidence she gave would be enough to lock them up. But for years, she saw such meagre progress. How could it be that nobody cared about Epstein's crimes justice isn't just people going to jail. I think justice to me looks like we need to change the system. Then our own Julie K Brown wrote her explosive series in the Miami. Herald. In the world finally agreed with her this is horrible something must be done. And few things were. F- scene was arrested of course, but he died in custody Alex cost the former US attorney who struck an absurdly lenient deal with Epstein back in two thousand seven lost his cabinet post. Elaine Maxwell was indicted on charges all of which she denies related to her role in epsteins abuse of underage girls. Prince Andrew had to step back from his public duties though it's easy to find a regular strap shots of his very lovely life. But what about the other people who enabled participated in epsteins crimes? I pray I wish that the truth comes out about everybody who participated enabled and watched obscene Maxwell get away with trafficking. So many of US spiders they've been getting away with it for decades. So Virginia asked us to help her she said, she wants to reach out to some of those staffers those people she knew back. Then the people who witnessed epsteins operation in action she wants them to talk now. She needs some for specific legal reasons. She's embroiled in two lawsuits and she hopes they can help her out. And she needs them for other more personal reasons. She wants many victims of abuse want someone.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"You on the street car, even if that car is a Mercedes, you know to keep on walking, but if it's another woman and she sounds all fancy and well educated. You probably going to get in the car. I don't feel. Compassion Sorry d'alene Without Galina. How many people would Epstein of abused obviously in? He has a lot of money. We had a lot of money and you know he has means, and he was very determined, but without someone who. Can other woman ease Act as cover for him. Get used the British accent and the and the sort of the sort of hot. To make it seem legitimate, give it the Polish of the Gypsum Assi how how many fewer people would would have this happened with because. For me, that's that's the sort of. Worst part of what Elaine did. Making Epstein seem legitimate. And giving him this veneer of respectability. That's what she she lent to him, and that enabled him. I think to do this abuse on a far grander scale than he otherwise would have been able to and. That's to me the most pernicious part of gains contribution to this. Daniel beats is a freelance journalist living in New York. His work has appeared in the Guardian the daily beast, and the Times of London recently. He has been investigating the Jeffrey Epstein. Scandal in depth for the Daily Mail. In a moment. WHAT'S NEXT FOR LANE? There is definitely an investigation into dealer maxwell..

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"Hey it's Tara Palmeri the new host of Broken Jeffrey Epstein and I'm dropping him with an update. The broken team here at three uncanny four is postponed the launch of our second season. Like you were trying to figure out this corona virus crisis but we plan to be back soon. And we'll keep you posted on our return. In the meantime we'll keep digging into the Epstein story which seems to be developing by the day like the latest on d'alene Maxwell epsteins longtime friend who many of called his co-conspirator. She's been out of the public for months. But in the middle of this pandemic she decided to sue epsteins a state to cover her legal insecurity. Fees get this the court documents. She's filed claim that Epstein. Promise to always support her financially. She says that she has in writing will be back soon with even more on the Epstein story check this feat for an update on our release schedule in the meantime. Here's what's coming on season two of Broken Jeffrey Epstein. It's just a crazy story. But it's even crazier when you're watching the government confer with the person who abused me. She was appointed as far as. I'm concerned you don't ask questions. You just stay out of the way. And it's literally like Alice in Wonderland you think finds the rabbit hole as soon as you got on that door and I heard her voice and I knew exactly who was. I turned white ghost. I wasn't a prostitute. I wasn't a stripper. I wasn't on drugs. I wasn't from a broken household. There's never been a case stronger than that case ever. Everybody's like why keep fighting? Why but at the end of the day. The people committed a crime. They need to be held accountable period..

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"You can see in that room that for the first time many of these women who have felt so alone for the first time realized that there were others just like them. There are no audio recordings of the hearing so we can't play you any tape from that day but we had Sean. Tae read her statement to US afterward you on and Jeffrey took me in. They sent me to school. They gave me a job. Flew me around. The world introduced me to a life. I'd only dreamt of and made me feel as though I'd become a part of their family. It took me a long time to come forward too long. Maybe in all that it has taken to bring this man to justice has been robbed his death every day every week. I've spent in the hospital since I've suffered. And he has won every job offer. That's been offered to me and then retracted. Because of my connection to this case I have suffered and he has won every relationship. I've ended because of the views I endured. I have suffered and he has won every woman sitting in this courtroom today. And all the women who have come forward. And whose lives have been affected by Jeffrey Epstein Sick Abuse of young girls. We have all suffered and he is still winning death. I refused to let this man win and death. I couldn't fight back when Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused me. Because I hadn't yet found my voice. Well I found my voice now and while Geoffrey may no longer be here to hear it. I will not stop fighting and I will not be silenced anymore. I needed him to hear the pain. He's cost his death has brought me of that justice. Please don't rob us of that justice again. Unbeknownst to Shanti before she arrived in New York her younger sister Teela Davies had also decided to come. I never been so proud of my sister. And all my life I literally could not believe my eyes when she stood up. I didn't even know she was going to speak any farmer who spoke at Epstein's bail hearing would again address the court when any farmer came to the podium. She used her time speaking in court to talk not about herself but about her older sister. Maria who was not healthy enough to attend. I had the opportunity to speak Jeffrey. Epstein's bail hearing. I am so sorry that others will not have the opportunity to stand before him but I'm here today to speak on behalf of my sister Maria farmer who could not be here. She risked her safety in nineteen ninety-six so many years ago to report them to no avail and it is heartbreaking to her and to me that all this destruction has been wrought since that time. And I think this is really an important signal to send to a message to victims out there. That people will take you seriously that. Even those empower will be held accountable. And then there was Courtney Wild Jeffrey Epstein Rob Myself and all the other victims of our Dan Court to confront him one by one and for that he is a coward. I WANNA think the. Us Attorneys for seeking justices that has been long overdue and most importantly given us the victims our day in court to speak our peace in fine some sort of closure. I feel very angry and sad. That justice has never been served in this case. Thank you an emotional. Hearing ended with the inevitable decision by Judge Berman to officially closed the criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein. That was the final. Hearing in the case of the United States versus Jeffrey Epstein as the prosecutors have made clear it was not the end of their investigation Epstein had been charged with two crimes sex trafficking but also conspiracy to commit sex trafficking and that is what investigators are now examining whether there is a case to be made against any potential co conspirators. As we speak federal prosecutors here are still looking at whether to charge any alleged accomplices. I think the best ending to the situation would be one day I am. I A neighbour yells at me and says Maria. Turn on the television. You're not going to believe it. They've rounded up all the perpetrators and as of now and our sources have indicated to us that Glenn Maxwell is the principal but certainly not the only focus of that investigation until recently the most public allegations against Len. Maxwell came from Virginia Jofre. It's not how Jeffrey died. But it's how he lived and we need to get to the bottom of everybody. Who's involved with that starting with? Gillan Maxwell and going along the lines there As you heard on this podcast in recent months there have been a number of allegations against Glenn. Maxwell that have surfaced in civil lawsuits. There is any farmer who says that at age sixteen was flown from her home in Arizona to Epstein's ranch in New Mexico where she says she was sexually assaulted by Maxwell there's Teela Davies who says that beginning at age seventeen. She was flown around the country and around the world and sexually assaulted by Epstein at his various homes and she says that Epstein usually had his entourage with him which included Maxwell and then there's a very recent lawsuit that was by Jane Doe Against Epsteins Estate and Maxwell. She says that she was recruited as a thirteen year old by Epstein and Maxwell way back in nineteen ninety four She claims it. Epstein repeatedly sexually assaulted her and says that maxwell regularly facilitated the abuse and was on some occasions even present. What had happened in the case of Michael for example? I would really like to see that. She is But she is charged. Ivan Cheese put on trial. But it's likely that any investigation will take time. They WanNa make sure in this situation where there is a great deal of skepticism among the victims about the federal government's role in this that when they do if they do bring charges against anybody else that they don't swing and miss they wanNA take their time and they. WanNa make sure that if they do indict anyone else that it's a rock solid case Glenn. Maxwell has previously denied Virginia Ju- phrase allegations Indep positions calling her a quote absolute liar but its Maxwell faces increased scrutiny and her whereabouts. Remain a mystery. She has responded to any of the lawsuits filed against her. Since Epstein's arrest we've also attempted to contact her for common but those attempts have been unsuccessful. There are two other people. We've told you a lot about in this podcast. Who have been in the headlines as the scrutiny of their association with Jeffrey Epstein has intensified. One is Les Wexner. The eighty two year old founder of L. Brands who announced this month that he's stepping down as CEO of the company. After fifty seven years at the helm the announcement also came as L. Brand says it sold its majority. Share of Victoria's secret to a private equity firm and then there is Prince Andrew who prosecutors in New York said just weeks ago. They've tried to speak with but has been uncooperative. Despite the fact that he previously said he'd be willing to sit down with them and today Buckingham Palace has declined to comment as epsteins victims. The end of the criminal case against Epstein doesn't mean the end.

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Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"However lenient however controversial however baffling epsteins deal with the Federal. Government may be the decision to make. The deal was entirely within the rights of Alex Kosta and the US Attorney's office but what made the deal seemed so much worse and what a court ultimately ruled violated. The law was that the government did it in the shadows and don't have any memory of ever being informed that the that the charges had been settled that way and then he would be You know so lightly reprimanded for this ongoing widespread scheme. It's important to me for. Just there's you always when something happens to you it's just always told somebody whether it's yourself or whoever accountable for that same he's GonNa pay. The price said that never happened. And this is what has fueled Brad and Courtney's fight against the federal government for the past decade. Their argument that the deal is invalid. Since it was done in violation of Courtney's and the other victims rights namely to confer with prosecutors and to be made aware of important developments in the case and in the center of the Fight. Was Courtney Wild. Secret walked away at the very beginning after that first hearing after. She got the non-prosecution agreement she could've walked away and many steps since then she chose the fight and she's made it very clear. I'm not I'm not finished. I'm not stopping this fight until it's over and there is nothing else that I can possibly fight. I'm right there with her. I agree courtney says her remorse. For recruiting other girls at Epstein's insistence has fueled her fight and strengthened her resolve. I would never want this to for one happened again to anybody else. In the fact that this just because he's He has connections and he has a lot of money. He's paid his way out of this and the US government has allowed it. Why why is this happening? Why did you let this happen? Her biggest motivation has always been I brought others into this who were also victimized and their lives were negatively impacted and some ruined and I was drawn in and played a role in that and for them to see this through and she's in it for the long haul. I mean there's there's there's no quitting her so unfortunately for the US Attorney's office they got the wrong person on the other side if they think that she's going to back down there long-haul fight would take a dramatic turn in twenty nineteen when in February a federal judge gave Brad. And Courtney the decision they'd been waiting for ruled in February that the non prosecution agreement that was signed in September of two thousand seven was signed before any victims. Wherever told anything so that violated the right the victims had to meaningfully confer with the prosecutor in the case before it was resolved. All right we got this ruling. We know that now. What's the what's the remedy for it? The obvious remedy is. It's an illegal deal so it's invalid void you resend. It wasn't illegal immunity agreement. What we don't know is if we ask for that remedy which we have always asked for that remedy if we get it. What DOES THE GOVERNMENT DO? And what seemed like an even further sign of hope when Epstein was arrested with the arrest of the mega wealthy financier? Jeffrey Epstein he is doing Federal Court here in New York today. I knew sex trafficking charges after a raid on his Manhattan Mansion. Saturday would be dashed a little more than a month later. Epstein was found dead in his cell early this morning Jeffrey. I've seen has been nothing but manipulate our justices. Some where he has never been held accountable for his actions. Even to This Day Jeffrey Epstein Rob Myself and all the other victims of our Dan Court to confront him one by one and for that he is a coward next week on the final episode of truth in Lies Jeffrey Epstein epsteins. Victims finally get their day in court. But it's hardly the circumstances that they'd been hoping for and don't Epstein may be dead. Another battle has just begun the fight over his estate today. We announced the unsealing of sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein Epstein was arrested this past Saturday. Evening Peterborough airport aboard his private jet. That had just landed from Paris France. I'm here in New York I've been with. We've been waiting for this day forever and now it's finally came so it's almost unimaginable that it finally he's in handcuffs for once our we should. That's the thing that gets to me is this is still going on. And it's like okay only fourteen years Shinola really. I came here because I wanted to get that chance to see him again and see him. They'd be put away or hopefully eventually be. Put Away joining us. We are coming on the air with breaking news sources telling. Abc News that Jeffrey Epstein has died truth in lies? Jeffrey Epstein is a production of the ABC News Investigative Unit and ABC audio written and hosted by me Mark Remillard produced and edited by Kate McCullough reporting for this podcast is led by senior producer. James Hill additional reporting by producers Pete Madden Caitland former Chris Francesconi as well as senior investigative reporter. Aaron Katersky associate producer. Is Emily Rich? Hausky additional production assistance by Tiffany Omaha. Andro holly freighter Prithvi Tocchet Kate Hall Caroline Highland and Alexandra Myers mixing and scoring by Evan Viola. Special thanks to Terry Ecksteen Josh Cohen. Lauren Ephron Statia to Sheesh Goo Betsy Shore Maria Madison Padilla and Sandy Evans Cindy Galley is our chief of investigative projects and Chris. Vlasto is senior executive producer..

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"Back at her home as we're sitting in her art studio she told Arlene reporter James Hill that it's taken her a long time to finally be able to talk about what happened to her and so I stopped painting from that time period of the early two thousands thousands until a year ago and really I didn't I was just kind of going through the motions of life so not painting for twenty years was was very caused me to have depression and it was very painful trying not to cry so yeah it was just very painful to not be able to paint and to not do the one thing that I was here to do and I feel like I have a lot of catching up to do because you know it's been so long so I have a great deal of work that I need to accomplish and I feel a lot of pressure because somebody says is why. Why did you stop? I actually stopped because I felt like my art had been violated. Rea- shows us some photographs from before she went to Ohio. What else okay? So here I have. This is when I went to Eric. ficials workshop in New Mexico and we all went to Taus to his ranch on that trip and this is me sitting in the studio talking to Erik and sunglasses yeah. It was Santa Fe very nineties. He's James Hill Asks Maria if she ever found out what happened to the painting that she sold Epstein back in Nineteen ninety-five. Where's the original? I don't know I don't know if say as far as I know. Jeffrey had it is in the estate looking back all these years later. Maria says she thinks she knows what Drew Epstein to her painting of the girl on the couch with the man in the doorway and what drew him to her in the first place so is playing with these ideas of a voyeur. ISM and that's disturbing to me. I think that's obviously what compelled him he saw in this vulnerable woman and a man in his boxers blocking doorway getting ready to take advantage of that woman. That's what I think he saw. And that's not what it was about. Only recently as Maria started painting again. Dan Dedicating her work to other women like her survivors of Jeffrey Epstein. And today when she talks about them she cannot hold back her emotions. When I look at those other girls they were into and I can see it all broken? I spotted in and it kills me me but the thing. She can't get over. The thing that still haunts is that what could have been the first alarm about Epstein. Instead became the first first of many times. He appears to slip through the cracks as she puts it. I tried to warn you if the authorities had heeded my report and done something complain about it. None of these women would have been learned next time on Truth and Lies Jeffrey Epstein Jeffrey Epstein had a way of dodging trouble. And some say he may have been doing it for most of his adult life. If you look at Epstein's life it feels a little bit like a rags to riches story but there's still a lot missing from it. There's a lot of mystery for some reason. I was told that he was like a brain surgeon. He said well you know I made all my money Inventing a non invasive liposuction machine next week we look at Epstein's this climb from a middle class Brooklyn boy into the world's top one percent and those who say there were victims left in the wake. Nobody really knew to who he was but yet he had all of these rich and powerful friends a financial Predator and he was also a sexual Predator he was connected he let people know how connected he was and how powerful. He was Eichel.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"This podcast includes graphic descriptions of sexual assault. It may not be suitable for all listeners. Pepsi's first of all I know you're freaking Dolphin. Relax okay the man with the thick New York accent. That's detective Joe Rick Carey. I want to thank you for coming. And he's a veteran investigator with the Palm Beach Police Department and he's talking to a young woman who sits on a couch across from him. He's tall and broad with slicked back hair while she small and almost swallowed by the cushions. I understand you may have information nation on a case that we're looking into okay. That's the reason why I brought you here today. That children say right now just talking to a young woman in nineteen years old and we'll call her Erica. That's not her real name. I am telling you everything I know. Very Person Erica. Is there because has detective or Carey is investigating several reports of sexual assault. It started when a fourteen year old girl got into a fight at school it might have otherwise gone unnoticed. I accept that the girl was found with three hundred dollars on her. The girl was cagey about where the money came from but eventually she said she'd gone to a rich old guy's nice house in Palm Beach and giving him a massage and she says Erica brought her there. She hearing anything she needed money. I basically told her about it. She she was like You know what are you have to do. I told her I was like the more you do. The more you make that. She walked out of the three hundred dollars so she obviously free and evidently loved judo more which was good to massage. She is and she basically wanted to touch down there. Typically and Erica says that for every girl she brought the old man she also made two hundred dollars train. How many girls have you brought? Oh a lot. Walsh was underage. told me Sir detective for carry the other. Investigators didn't know it yet but this case would consume their lives for years to come. There's as well as the dozens sense of victims left in the wake. The case involving the rich old guy in Palm Beach would come to include allegations of abuse across multiple continents and several all states. There could not have possibly been a more wealthy a more powerful or a more dangerous sexual predator. There is no yeah no other case like this. This is the longest standing human trafficking case. This all happened the way it did. Because of money money power power and influence no doubt about it he certainly got off on the fear of it all and the intimidation of it all and the power and the I think that's part of what's so hard like I feel like he took my power. The rich old guy in the mansion in Palm Beach Dad was Jeffrey Epstein out of the growing firestorm surrounding multi billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. Tonight arrested and charged Manhattan. Sure Jeffrey Epstein. They found hundreds as the indictment says he created a vast network of recruiters to find him a constant supply of minor girls willing to engage. My name is Mark Remillard and I'm a reporter with ABC News. And I've been working with a team of journalists with an ABC's investigative unit to Peel back back the curtain on how Jeffrey Epstein largely eluded justice for decades we look at how Epstein built a financial empire one that provided him with access access to young girls and the power to shield himself from punishment is paid his way out of this and the US government has allowed it. Jeffrey Epstein Gene is a guy who's become extraordinary wealthy without any clear path to that wealth and we look at how his alleged criminal conspiracy spiracy grew over the years with the help of others. These predators are grooming children. They groomed my sister. They groomed me. It was a whole network working.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"Aw in two thousand five investigators in Palm Beach. Florida began uncovering a dark secret. Lotta girls knew about it and a lot of girls. We're doing it if anybody asks. If you're over the age of eighteen just go ahead and go with it. There was a wealthy man in Palm Beach. Who was offering young girls? He's a way to make money. She knew a guy in Palm beach that we could give massages to and we can make two hundred dollars. I was starting to get really nervous and my heart. Hart was starting to raise. He asked me to get comfortable to take my clothes off that man was Jeffrey Epstein and he had set up a system designed to bring bring him underage girls. Girls would say. He abused them and left them feeling helpless and terrified. I couldn't run cutting leave by screamed. Who was going to hear me. WHO WAS GONNA dot com that you were fourteen correct yes. Local police and the federal government would investigate and by their count find dozens of Victims Epstein. Steve would become one of the world's most infamous predators a man who could have faced decades in prison but served just thirteen months in his own wing of a county jail. And why would you cut this deal with Jeffrey Epstein epsteins abuse would spend years and cross state lines New York Palm Beach New Mexico. Oh Paris Virgin Islands and each one of those residences is an alleged crime scene. I'm ABC's Mark Remillard and with a team team of journalists from the ABC News Investigative Unit. We've traveled around the country to look at Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations of his horrifying abuse to hear from from the girls who suffered it. Who are now women fighting to recover from it. When I look at those other girls they were into and I can see All broken we retrace his history. The rise who is like an international man mystery and fall of one of the most prolific predators. I our time. Their kid not have possibly been a more wealthy a more powerful or more dangerous sexual predator. There is no other cases like this. This is the longest standing human trafficking case. This was a miscarriage of justice from the start and until now nobody gave them. If you're you're a victim of sexual abuse your voice should be heard period. I couldn't fight back when Jeffrey Epstein's sexually abused me because I hadn't yet found my voice while I found my voice now truth and lies. Jeffrey Epstein Starts January Nineth..

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"This is broken Jeffrey Epstein I'm are led this week reporter Julie K Brown it was one of those kinds of careers where you know you start at the bottom bottom the Miami Herald and about how she was able to break one of twenty eighteen biggest stories I'm a runner and run a lot and one of my go-to run songs is a song by ACDC called it's a long way to the top if you WanNa rock and roll and really it's been a long haul hi Adam pay Ari so Adam this week you talk with Julie AK Brown who's one of our executive producers on this show what made you WanNa do that well Julie of course is the Miami Herald reporter who's incredible series about Jeffrey Epstein almost exactly a year ago is the reason his name was thrust into the public conversation the reason and we're pretty sure he was rearrested and then ultimately killed himself the reason we're having this big national conversation including this podcast about hat how a man could just so blatantly and flagrantly commit such vile sexual crimes against children for so long and and it all goes back to Julie and all goes back to what I've learned about Julie that Julie Brown has an amazing story in and of itself she really did not grow up with the a lot of opportunity thrust at her with a lot with an easy pathway and she worked hard her whole life doggedly often in obscure at corners of journalism but just focused wouldn't take no for an answer and it made me realize that understanding Julie Story is part of this because because of who she is that she was the one who brought this story forward when so many others who received the benefits of our establishment look the other way made accommodations to Epstein's wealth she's sort of the opposite of everyone else we know in journalism in New York who's gone to an Ivy League school and just had this direct path into the establishment really so tell me about that the only thing I know about Julie's childhood from her twitter bio is that she's crazy about Philadelphia yeah well she has definitely crazy about Philadelphia even though she lives in Miami and I live in New York I feel like we talk about Philadelphia almost every time we talk although she didn't grow up in Philadelphia she grew up in an outer suburb called Sellers Ville and that's what I asked her about when we sat down together great you take it from here thanks to Julie grew up in the nineteen sixties and seventies in a middle class town with her sister and brother and their mom and her family was seen as something of a black sheep back then it was frowned upon for a woman to be single with three children ESPEC- early in the Middle Class neighborhood where we grew up so we were pretty much ostracized by a lot of people in the neighborhood she remembers being bullied at the bus stop when she was little the scariest time was mischief night the night before Halloween that's when the neighborhood kids would all come out and it would dirt bomber house and break the windows and I remember sitting in the living room every mischief night just holding hands with my mother and my brother and my sister just thinking I wonder what we're going to do this year Julie says her childhood was rough enough that she has blocked a lot out and doesn't remember many of the details I found so striking that Julie's childhood seemed so similar to many of Epstein's victims she was this young girl who didn't have parents able to protect her and guide her I could relate to some of these women in the Epstein story because they didn't necessarily come from situation where their parents were abusive but they came from situations where their parents were working so hard that they were never around and you sometimes go down the wrong path when that happens her single mom was just scraping by the Power Company wants came to her childhood home and took their furniture when they couldn't pay the electric bill she had no dad around and Julie mom didn't or couldn't make time for the kids don't know she knew how to really be a mother Kris she was working you know in her defense she was working she had in supporting three children on her own and she worked two jobs and she was just working I was beating myself up thinking when I was in a good daughter in that must be why my mom wasn't there for me you know she was just never really there for me so I started and met some people who were older who just became my friends and my to some degree my parents because I didn't really have parents you know and feel like they were ever therefore me coming home from school no one to talk to you know I just felt very alone in my life so at sixteen Julie moved out legally I signed papers become a mandate it began living with some friends who were older than I and just tried to I make my way she moved in with some older girlfriends who are already out of school so she's sixteen going to high school during the day and working working constantly they started at James Way if you've ever it's like the old version of Kmart I worked at a James Way starting I think when I was in high school and then I worked at our shop delivering flowers and then I worked at the lampshade factory than I worked in a paper packaging company Then I b eighteen of a clerk in a belt company Schommer Caroline's Oh literal bells yeah real bells this will as you'll see a theme Angelique life constantly working multiple jobs never giving up these days after years of therapy and becoming a mom herself Julie says she no longer resents her mother and is able to see that she did get this unstoppable grit from her my mom's mantra all the time which my sister and he's kind of roll our eyes at but it's really true she would always say Julie only the strong survive she would say that all the time so that's reality that kind of cut embedded in my head from the time I was little and it sort of made me keep thinking okay take another breath you're GonNa get through this all these trucks five at sixteen working one of her jobs taking care of little kids at a daycare Julie met an older woman Candice Cross who changed her life she's funny because I used to go to the daycare center in my high heels and I was sort of like I don't know I didn't really fit in this is a daycare worker wearing you know daycare close I was always wearing short skirts and heels and things like that so they used to make fun of me and I don't we just hit it off and she was much older than me she's younger than my mother but a motherly kind of figures for me and they always made me feel like I could he's something more with my life candace was an artist she and her husband John Lived on a farm I just felt like I'd never met anybody like the these people before they were sort of ex hippies and we would I would end up over at the farm just solving all the world's problems over a couple of glasses of wine as Julie told the story of candace and John Croft I found myself thinking of Jeffrey Epstein Angeline Maxwell who were masters at playing the part of a caring older couple who only wanted to help young women achieve their dreams Julie Sixteen on our own was as vulnerable as any of Epstein victims but she was lucky the older couple she met were good they were kind and genuine supportive and they opened the world for her they looked at the world in a different way than I had ever known before so it was just something in my ahead that I kept thinking wow there's a whole nother way that I could live my life you don't besides just waiting tables and trying to figure out how I pay my next bill I could do art I could do writing I could just more of an intellectual way of living my life Julie worked for four years after high school but with candace John's encouragement she decided to apply to Temple University temple gave her a full ride but Julie wasn't sure what to study I knew I love journalism I was the high school paper but I saw you know I'm not going to be able to make a living as journalists but my very first Journalism Class that very first semester I took a class with a professor who was a full time reporter at the POTTSTOWN Mercury newspaper her and he offered me an internship the following semester and I worked pottstown mercury in and was going out to all kinds of cool stories and I did so well at it that they offered me a fulltime job at the mercury but it had taken me for years to get to school and I wasn't GonNa leave at that point and so thankful okay I stayed there and then the next summer to public relations internship in Philadelphia and I hated it and then I did a an hardship the following year at NPR in Washington sort of talked my way into it I called them up one day and offered to do an internship there and anyway all those intern ships kind of led me to what I really wanted to do which was right for newspapers Julie graduated and actually got a job in journalism she was hired as a reporter we're at the Bethlehem Globe Times small regional paper but it did not feel like the start of a promising and lucrative career in the field Julie's new job almost named set up for her to fail my first or second day on that job all of a sudden we saw these police officers outs aside and the editor who hired me came over to me and said I gotTa tell you something we just laid off half the staff they had hired me to replace the this woman who had been doing the job forever and I'm covering the Bethlen Police Department and the cops didn't WanNa talk to me for the longest time because they were uh-huh angry that my predecessor had gotten fired and not only I mean fired in a very ugly way really and so it took me a long time didn't make inroads with the police department that's when Julie tapped into her superpower superpower her mom had given her she was going to be the stronger the person who survived and she was going to work as hard as she had to to get ahead I just kept plugging away and I don't know sometimes when people tell we know or they're not gonNA corporate with me it makes me try even harder to win their trust you know and that was part of what I did I think at that job Julie built a career moving from tiny small town paper to small town paper she covered the police and local government she even wrote obituaries for Weil which by the way was a great beat I think I learned a lot about writing doing opitz actually cause somebody just random person you have to figure out how to make yeah words or whatever interest yeah I'd love doing obituaries because we did them like really creative lay back then not like how they're done now you really called and interviewed people who knew the person die so you know I learned a lot during that Julie also got married had two kids she was building in Pennsylvania doing what she had barely dreamed was possible but her worries she had a student never went away it was hard to make a living as journal.

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"Now the reason this is a Ponzi scheme as I understand it is because as you would take the proceeds from subsequent bond issues to pay the investors for the previous ones which is the definition of a Ponzi scheme right that is correct once you use new money to pay all money that's classified as a Ponzi scheme again at the time. The biggest Ponzi Z. Scheme in history money is coming in like crazy hundreds of millions of dollars in fact Hoffenberg says Epstein becomes obsessed zest with using that money to really make a big mark. He decides he's GonNa Buy Pan. AM which at the time was probably the most prestigious historic doc airline in the world and the bond scheme wasn't enough for this team so towers adds to this ongoing ongoing Ponzi scheme massive insurance fraud they buy two insurance companies in Illinois Associated Life Insurance and United Fire Insurance and unlike any insurance company though they have lots of money in the bank because they took in premiums from people are holding onto the money so they can pay it out when someone's house burns down or someone with a life insurance policy dis now regulators always keep a close eye on insurance companies because it would obviously it'd be very bad if they don't have money left when the customers need it and can't rebuild their house or get on with their life after a loved one dies so in a routine audit the State of Illinois notices this is that there are weird things happening at these two companies they then asked a lawyer Barry Gross to take over the companies to dissolve them and have have the state take responsibility for any claims as gross does his job. He quickly discovers. This isn't just a poorly run set of companies companies. This is a major fraud in this case. They were reflectively transferring money for example. The money that was transferred to Epstein was characterized as consulting services. You know no one could demonstrate what consulting services ever provided aided. Epstein was someone who no one in the insurance industry recognizes someone who had expertise you know where you would go to for consulting services and that type of an expense is just totally uncommon it so we were concerned about that being money just for me be transferred from the company. Grows is not a cop. He's not a criminal prosecutor. He's a lawyer and a CPA who has uncovered what looks like blatant crime so he calls the people who prosecute crime. You know we did contact the Chicago. US Attorney's office US During Office for the Northern District of Illinois and let them know of our concerns they started the investigation here but it clearly the companies were being managed out of New York and so they L. Typically transported to the New York opposite the district attorney of the US Attorney's office now in Chicago epsteins name kept coming up up it came up in Barry Gross investigation and then according to some great reporting in the Washington Post epsteins name also came up in grand jury testimony money in Chicago in one thousand nine hundred three which identified him as the mastermind of the whole scheme but he's like a zealot of crime. If there's a crime he's there it it is incredible to you couldn't make up this character. He was involved in some of the shadiest aspects of our financial system. The Wild as Wall Street in the early eighties when deregulation is creating just this free for all the shady world of arms dealers and money laundering in the mid eighties this this massive Ponzi scheme even later we'll get to this in a later episode becomes the head of a major subprime lending operation ration- that was part of the toxic assets that brought down the global economy. He's like a villain in eight different movies. If you made up this character you'd have to tone it down. You'd you'd have to tone it down exactly but in this case Epstein slips away he kinda disappears from the whole towers operation before things start getting really bad and then there's this early investigation in Chicago they transfer the whole investigation to New York to the southern district of New York because because Towers is based here and somehow in that process epsteins named disappears prosecutors here. Don't bring him up ever again. What happens to Hoffenberg Hoffenberg is sentenced to twenty years in prison. He serves most of it. Mitch Braider and another confederate also convicted but Epstein isn't as far as we can tell even looked at and I should say we're still looking into this show reporting but as far as we can tell right now this was not a case of Epstein being protected by powerful figures or treat in a special way like he would be years later with his case in Florida. Just get lucky he was lucky and maybe a little savvy he was never on the payroll of towers he was a consultant and all the co conspirators who were actually on the payroll were loud and easy targets so prosecutors focused on them but even though Epstein was never convicted of this crime. If you remember what Paul Pelletier told us that doesn't matter because the money he got from the scam and we know for sure he got money was tainted by the crime all of that money was identified as tainted money for ever and if that money was used to fund his future businesses than that money is tainted to now that would be true if Epstein wasn't a participant in the fraud if he was an innocent dupe who just somehow got paid by this Ponzi scheme probably the best example that we have of that is in the meat off Ponzi scheme so that's Paul pelletier again that former prosecutor and the Bernie madoff example sample is very telling as with any Ponzi scheme made off was using future investments to pay off earlier investors. One of those lucky investors was a hedge fund manager named in Stanley Chase who got around one billion dollars from MEDOFF. He died and left his money to his widow. The government was pursuing those funds even though the wife had nothing to do with the crime was in salt possession of the money but the money was directly linked to make Ponzi scheme so so even if he was innocent if authorities can show that some significant portion of his wealth originated in the towers fraud the government can seize sees it but we obviously don't think that he was innocent of wrongdoing and remember when Jeffrey Epstein met Steven Hoffenberg in nineteen eighty seven. He was broke when he stops working with him around nineteen. ninety-one Epstein is wildly rich. He was becoming the man who had so so much money. He was able to live this life of complete disregard for the law. Now the other thing that happened that's important in that same time period as he also met. Les Wexner the owner of Victoria's secret and probably as listeners to this show. No everybody's trying to figure out what his relationship with wexner was and how much money he got out of that relationship so right now we don't know how much of Epstein's money came from the tower scam and how much came from other sources purses now. Hoffenberg told me Epstein made hundreds of millions of dollars from towers but it's hard to take Hoffenberg as word I mean he is a convicted fraudster her who is seeking to rebuild his reputation and it must be a great temptation to say hey everyone you know the most hated man in the world he actually did all the crimes that I plead guilty to but we do have clear documentary evidence that Epstein received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the scam written out to his name in records and obviously when you're running a massive multi million dollar scam you don't normally write checks to yourself in your name so we can assume that he made many millions of dollars from the scam but to this day we don't know how much now the reason it's important to know how much is because for prosecutors to seize all of his wealth to avoid the Virgin Islands mass. They need to show sort of a chain of custody. They need to show that the money he has today the money he left in his trust originated in this crime. Now there's another avenue also which is to show that the subsequent money was also part of crimes because has in theory. It's possible that the second he left towers. He never again did anything illicit. I called Diana and Rica's. She's a legendary financial reporter order. She was at the New York Times for a long time and she actually covered the towers. Financial fraud and later became one of the only reporters who Bernie madoff with talk to when he was in jail. Oh there's this great. Hbo Film Starring Robert Deniro About Their relationship she has known a ton of Conman Ponzi schemers and she's made it a big project check to understand how they think and I asked.

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BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"He said something like he's never give in never run away. I believe in what I'm doing and I don't care what you think me. There's a there's a hubris defiance there and the sort of the indestructible indestructible and the the controlling element and I think especially with regards to women Tombola who read a really good biography of Robert Maxwell he had this jaw-dropping anecdote about gain West supposedly she was representing had died at a dinner in New York for their Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal and the next day she brings up a father who was in Moscow and sort of gives him a report of the proceedings but he was furious at her and she sort of somehow has a letter that she wrote to Her dad in in the book and reads. I'm very sorry that my description of the dinner was inadequate and made you angry. I should have expressed that I was midi presenting you with preliminary reports and the full written report. Whoa to follow she then gave him this long ring written report with a long description of every guest had been praising father. I mean I just always here's how I mean. It says how impressed she was by dad. You know at the same time it's just she she might have been his favor. He may have doted you should own her but at the same time at its core he was very much in control and she was very much kind of doing his bidding and and you see that all David with Epstein. It's almost like gallon. Maxwell's childhood was designed to prime her for her role. In epsteins world. She's used to serving a fraudulent controlling EGOMANIAC. She got the perfect background for it that might explain it but so what unlike almost every other woman epsteins orbit bit killeen came into it as an adult she wasn't coerced. She did the coercing just as much as Epstein. If you're a teenage girl and some old a guy pulls up next to you on the street and his car even if that car is a Mercedes you know to keep on walking but if it's another woman and she sounds all fancy let's see and well educated. You're probably going to get in the car. I don't feel you know compassionate. Sorry for gain without d'alene. How many people would abstain any of abused obviously in he has a lot of money we had a lot of money and in a has means and he was very determined but without someone you know who can other woman ease act to cover for him get used the British accent and the and the sort of the sort of hi standing to make it seem legitimate. Give it the Polish of the MRI. How how many fewer people would would have this happened with because to me? That's that's the sort of worst part of what Elaine did making Epstein seem legitimate and giving him this veneer of respectability taxability that's what she she lent to him and that enabled him to do this abuse on a far grander scale than he otherwise would have been able to and that's to me the most pernicious. Paul of Gallons contribution to this Daniel beats is a freelance journalist living in New York you work his work has appeared in the Guardian the daily beast and the Times of London recently he has been investigating the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal in depth for the Daily Mail in a moment what's next for Elaine. There's definitely an investigation into deal maxwell.

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BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"So epsteins dead. There's no sending him to jail but his victims can still go after his money in a civil suit. You can't sue dead person. You have to sue their state. That's Roberta Kaplan. A lawyer who has argued cases in front of the Supreme Court including the one that brought down the defense of Marriage Act and now she represents one of Epstein's victims her client who did not want to be named was referred to as minor victim number one one in epsteins criminal indictment as the indictment says he asked and she told him her age at the time so which is why she was such a crucial person for the indictment Dighton because had she given that testimony would have definitively proved that he was engaging in very serious federal crimes now that he's dead Kaplan in the victims victims are looking at a civil suit to go after Epstein's assets but he made that really hard it's unclear exactly how much money he had or where he put it but more than five hundred million dollars is locked up in the US Virgin Islands so that makes things very very complicated for my client and the many many other women in her position when someone dies their assets go through something called probate a judge rules a will is valid which starts the whole process of distributing attributing all the money and property this is also the time when someone can sue in a state and argue that they should get some of it under normal circumstances like when a not very rich person dies and leaves their money to their children uncontested probate takes. Maybe a year but none of this is normal. The Virgin Islands is a small jurisdiction I'm quite sure they've never really handled anything like this before. It's not like the New York where they're used to dealing with huge multi hundred and million dollars Assets Epstein killed himself exactly four days before a new law would take effect that allows victims of childhood sexual abuse to sue their abusers years years after the crime occurred that doesn't seem like an accident and what's more he signed a new will forty eight hours before his suicide so two the days before he died in the federal prison he assigned a new will the executives on that will or the two attorneys who help him problem for years structured his assets and as he brought to people supposedly made him judgment proof if he knows he's going to be dead. Ed and he does this and two days later. He'll be dead. I mean what does that say just trying to mess with these victims from beyond the grave. What does he care. What's happening adding to his assets. If he's going to be dead there's quite a bit out there that talks about him bragging to people over the years how he had made himself judgment proof and how all these women who eat abuse could not get at his huge wealth because he had entered into all these complicated mechanisms trust etc ought to to keep his assets safe from these women on given the fact that he bragged about that. I think I have to assume that that was his goal. Well before he died in that was his goal and changing the will why anyone's kind of psyche would do. I'm not a shrink I can't. I can't give you an opinion about that but my guess is. That's what he was thinking. A civil case against an estate in probate in the Virgin Islands would probably drag on for a very long time like years and there's no guarantee that the victims would end up getting what they want so Kaplan's trying to arrange a group settlement. Obviously these women were were terribly damaged. My client was terribly damaged. Our judicial system has ways of putting a dollar figure on that and it should and she should get compensated up and stated for the injury. She suffered well. It might not it's not like a broken arm feel like you again in a in a car wreck or something like that what what she suffers actually far worse in far more damaging to her so she should get compensation for that on top of that. I think for her to finally get a a dollar figure from the man or the estate of the man who so abused her for so long will feel to her vindication. It is not the same thing as vindication education in a criminal trial obviously and the only reason think about it the only reason she was willing how gutsy of it was for her to be willing to show up an open open federal courtroom in testify She's not going to get that but I do believe that she will feel some sense of of vindication in I hope peace that she truly will get that fresh start that she's hoping for Attorney Roberta Kaplan so how do we look at Jeffrey Epstein and what what he got away with. What does this story say about who we are as a culture at this moment. Epstein Cross paths with everyone from Bill Oh Clinton to Donald Trump and they all seem to have something in common they were rich and powerful men crossed the political and professional spectrum and they have an abiding biding tastes for much younger women and they're willing to abuse their power to get them perversely and not unruly women. WanNa look young forever. That's why there's a multibillion dollar industry boxing foreheads and coloring grey hairs so he's the Epstein case extraordinary or is it representative Jeff how come you didn't have to hide it better. Maybe because it was so easy not to have to hide we'll follow epsteins trail and examine the elite circuit that runs between Park Avenue in Palm Beach Jefferson. Yeah likes to hang around with beautiful women who were also younger like I could say that about a lot of men I know like I'm not a lot rich met. He's just he's literally. Almost a half a step away from many people that are in the line of the law stepped over it. We'll hear from epsteins friends and those who witnessed his rise to power firsthand I would really amash the marine on Wall Street Greece and a criminal Mesh to my we'll hear from epsteins accusers. They'll tell us their own stories. It's not how Jeffrey died but it's how he lives and we need to get to the bottom of everybody who's involved with that starting with. Gillan Maxwell and I won't stop fighting. I will never be silenced until these people are brought to justice a- We'll talk with researchers about what drives this kind of abuse. There is probably at other Jeffrey Epstein Right now happening in this country and our systems are failing victims it is happening right under our noses and when people do come forward they are not relieved and we'll hear from people who have worked inside the federal legal system to find out what comes comes next. This investigation was backwards on every level from the get-go the only conclusion that I draw from all oh that kind of behavior is the diversities off the rails. None of that shit should ever happen ever broken. Jeffrey Epstein is produced by three uncanny four productions our senior producers. TJ Rafael and Krista ripple Dan Bobkov is our showroom. Our research team is Jack pandered Oliver Lazarus Matt Hauser our engineer and Casey Holford composed the theme our special correspondent and executive producer is Julie Brown are other executive producers are Adam Davidson Laura Mayor Adam McKay and Kevin Mesic ethic for questions or comments about our show email broken at three uncanny four dot com share your thoughts on twitter with the Hash Tag Broken Jeffrey Epstein Esteem. You can follow me Avio Skis which is AV L. S. K. I. E. S. Follow Julie Brown at J. P. Journalist Rate and review the show at Apple podcasts it helps other listeners like you find us and one note we know about Epstein in his crimes because of local journalism Alyssum because the Miami Herald supported Julie Brown's investigation. It's a good reminder of the essential value of old fashioned reporting subscribe to local local newspapers like the Herald which still have such an important role to play in our civic life for broken. I'm Arielle Levy. We'll be back next week..

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BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"Fear and obvious discomfort before I knew what was happening. He grabbed onto my wrist and tug me towards the bed. I tried to pull away but he was on buttoning shorts and pulling my body onto his already naked body faster than I could think Jeffrey Epstein Reynolds sex trafficking operation involving hundreds of girls pretty openly in Palm Beach New York Paris and on his own private island authorities of known about him since at least two thousand five but never in all those years have any of his victims had the opportunity to stand up in a court of law and publicly say what happened to them until last last week. I was searching for words but all I could say was a meek. No please stop but that just seemed to start him more. He continued to rape me when he was finished hopped off and went to the shower. I pulled my shorts up and I ran as fast as I could back to my own villa my feet bloody from the rocks. Shaun Tait Davies was was one of sixteen women who spoke in a courtroom in Lower Manhattan last week. None of that testimony was recorded but when the hearing was over many of Epstein's victims came outside and stood in front of the building to talk to reporters. You know the scene it's the courthouse steps you see on every episode of law and order when someone is standing there surrounded by cameras and microphones. Some of the women cried some stood silently one was holding her baby others like Teela Davis defiant. I'm going to say today as they have have power. It was unnerving. How similar all the women's stories were there were young when it happened fourteen fifteen and naive and they needed money you epsteins people offered them that a couple hundred bucks to give a massage which inevitably ended in sexual assault some of them saw him only once and others were trapped in a perverse relationship with Epstein for years what was almost as upsetting for the victims as the sex was watching Epstein evade justice the women felt ignored by the legal system only this year after FCA arrest in New Jersey. Did they begin to think they might be able to confront him and force him to hear their stories. Do I feel his death. As an appropriate punishment absolutely not gets nobody justice and it makes me sick to my stomach that there's perpetrators out out there that obviously helped him in many ways for a very long time and they're still out there with no punishment..

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"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"My name is Julie K. Brown. I'm an investigative reporter with the Miami Herald for the past three years. I've investigated the case of Jeffrey Abstain is a college dropout the Brooklyn born son of a grounds keeper who went on to teach math at one of the world's most prestigious private schools. How did this same man go from representing one single clients wealth to becoming a self proclaimed billionaire with his own private island. How did he become a friend to presidents to scientists and royalty and how much of this mysterious rise was fueled by his dark sexual habits and the countless girls teenagers and young women he victimized Jeffrey Epstein killed himself rather than face justice but as victims refusing to let this case rest and neither will I I will continue to cover this story and the people who helped him as we dive even deeper for into the case and our broken justice system broken. Jeffrey Epstein is a new podcast coming soon wherever you're listening wing right now.

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