Who Was Jeffrey Epstein?
Jeffrey Epstein was an American Financier, who worked for individuals with assets that totaled to be more than $1 billion. Epstein ran his company out of the U.S. Virgin Islands, but he had numerous homes around the U.S. itself. At the time of his death, Epstein’s net worth was close to $600 million. However, his net worth is estimated to be higher, since most of his assets were transferred to the Virgin Islands prior to his suicide in 2019.
Epstein soon turned to a life of deception and cruelty, where he sexually exploited and abused many minors. Reports even state that Epstein paid specific victims to recruit additional girls to be abused by him and his associates as well. The prosecution stated that Epstein's victims were as young as 14 years old.
This case became extremely popular because of Jeffrey Epstein's high-profile social circle. Associating himself with Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and many more; it raised questions on if these public figures were involved in his network and mentioned in his “Black Book”. However, one associate of Epstein has been identified as his former ex-girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell.
Virginia Giuffre, former victim of Jeffrey Epstein, identified Ghislaine Maxwell as one of her abusers. Maxwell is currently in the midst of a lawsuit, and more than 170 names associated with the Jeffrey Epstein case are set to be released on January 1, 2024. Many victims have requested their names not be released, in fear for their safety and privacy. These victims who do not want their identity revealed have until December 31 to appeal the court's decision.
Reports do state that some victims in Epstein’s “Black Book” can be considered as public figures, but specific names have yet to be released.
Virginia Giuffre has made multiple taunts over social media site X, one states, “There’s going to be a lot of nervous ppl over Christmas and New Years, 170 to be exact, who’s on the naughty list?”
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