Financier Jeffrey Epstein who has never been married nor had kids was “known about town as a man who loves women- lots of them, mostly young” reported a 2010 Vanity Fair Article.
Kerry Picket reports,
In 2008 Epstein struck a plea bargain in Palm Beach “to two counts of solicitation of prostitution, one involving a minor, and served 13 months of an 18-month sentence…by scoring a nonprosecution agreement from then-Miami US Attorney Alex Acosta…despite allegations he had molested or abused about 80 girls, mostly 13 to 16 years old” according to the New York Post.
It looks like Epstein had friends in high places. The New York Post explains “during the early 2000s, his growing prominence in Manhattan’s social circles led to a profile in Vanity Fair magazine that listed former President Bill Clinton, Great Britain’s Prince Andrew, Revlon chairman Ronald Perelman and several Nobel Prize-winning scientists among his friends and admirers.”
Epstein owned a Boeing 727 which he reportedly loved to take his notable friends on elaborate trips around the world. According to flight logs obtained by Fox News “Clinton revealed in 2016 to have flown on the private jet airliner at least 26 times between 2001 and 2003.”
Suddenly his 26-trip buddy seems to have amnesia. “In a statement following the announcement of Epstein’s indictment, Clinton’s office said he only ‘took a total of four trips’ on the plane to Europe, Asia and Africa, and that he ‘knows nothing about the terrible crimes’ that Epstein has admitted or is accused of committing.” There is a very large difference between 4 and 26. It seems risky for Clinton’s office to give such a different number than flight logs.
Additionally, a list of contacts “identified as Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’ was published by the now-defunct website Gawker in 2015 and contains hundreds of names, including those of celebrities, politicians and other A-listers, with their phone numbers and email addresses blacked out.”
Amongst the most notable of the entries were “New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, actor Alec Baldwin, singer Jimmy Buffett, industrialist David Koch and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.”
H/T Kerry Picket