Jeffrey Epstein named his victims & # 39; drug addicts & # 39; and & # 39; prostitutes & # 39; looking & # 39; for a meal card & # 39;
Jeffrey Epstein continued to see himself as the victim in the aftermath of his first criminal trial.
Judicial documents filed in one of his many legal fights include the details of an interview with former Daily News gossip columnist George Rush with Epstein, who was killed by Mort Zuckerman, the then owner of the paper and a friend of the pedophile.
After the interview was crushed, Rush agreed to share the details with Michael Fiste, who testified the details of that conversation under oath.
Allegedly Epstein told Rush that he should not have been in prison, he called the & # 39; prostitutes & # 39; of his minor victim and said the lawsuits he agreed to as part of his beloved deal with prosecutors were just an attempt for the young attack victims to make money are millions.
Those feelings seem to be confirmed by his actions at the time, with several court records describing how he hires men to stalk part of the young woman.
That act was a clear violation of his conditional release, but Epstein made no secret of his actions, the men he kept in following his victims and not harassing.
And in the end, the US law firm for South Florida never tried to punish Epstein for allowing a third party to contact the victims, which the judge stated very clearly during his conviction hearing was a conditional offense.
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Perfect match: Jeffrey Epstein said his accusers & # 39; prostitutes & # 39; and & # 39; drug addicts & # 39; were in a recorded interview with George Rush in 2010 that never ran (Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell above in 2005)
Spy Games: Epstein has also hired private investigators (one above in 2010 outside Jane Doe's house) to stalk his accusers
Rush said that according to the court & # 39; his recording of Jeffrey Epstein & # 39; would paraphrase Fiste and give him the highlights & # 39;
Fiste was also a private investigator, but worked for a Jasne Doe in the case of Epstein
& # 39; He stated that people don't like it when people make up, and that was the only reason he was the target & # 39; said the statement.
& # 39; He stated that he did nothing wrong and went to jail for no reason. & # 39;
Epstein said he would have just paid a $ 200 fine if the violation had taken place in Manhattan, and then proceeded to badmouth from the opposition council and underage women he had sexually abused.
& # 39; He referred to (lawyer Brad) Edwards as an ambulance hunter & # 39 ;, says the submission.
& # 39; And its customers such as L.M. as a person who came to him as a prostitute and drug addict. & # 39;
Fiste continued: & # 39; He stated that all the girls who sang him are just trying to get a meal ticket. & # 39;
Rush also told Fiste that Epstein was particularly upset about the fact that Edwards Ghislaine had deposed Maxwell.
Epstein called Maxwell a & # 39; good person who did nothing wrong & # 39 ;.
All this ended with Rush who actually took a buyout from the newspaper.
He also denied that he ever told Fiste about the recording and said that only three people and his lawyer had heard the tape of his conversation.
Fiste said he not only heard everything, but Rush never said the information was privileged or confidential.
Not included in the submission were the emails Rush Fiste sent, written by the pedophile, including one about the case.
Faith: & # 39; He stated that all the girls who sang him are just trying to get a meal ticket & # 39 ;, read the statement (above)
The same case also addressed Epstein & # 39; s campaign of intimidation against some of the victims in the case.
& # 39; Jane Doe had filed a lawsuit for her civil case against him on July 19, 2010. When that date of the trial approached, suspect Epstein intimidated her in violation of the judicial no-contact orders, & # 39; declared a submission.
& # 39; On July 1, 2010 he had a & # 39; private detective & tail Jane Doe – who followed her every move, stopped when she stopped, drove when she drove, refused to fit when she stopped. When Jane Doe finally drove to her house, the & # 39; private investigator & # 39; then in his car about 25 feet from Jane Doe's house and occasionally his high beam flashed into the house. & # 39;
It went further: & # 39; Even more threatening, around 10.30 pm, when Jane Doe fled her home in the company of a retired police officer in the service of Jane Doe's council, the & # 39; private detective & # 39; Jane Doe to follow despite a request to do so.
& # 39; The retired officer successfully took evasive action and placed Jane Doe that night in a safe, undisclosed location. Other intimidating actions against Jane Doe also followed. & # 39;
Epstein traveled around the world with one of his minor sex slaves in the years before his arrest, and even took the photos to prove it according to legal documents.
That victim, Virginia Roberts, took these photos as proof of Epstein's corrupt behavior in a lawsuit against the United States of America.
In one, she can be seen on a ferry in New York City, while others show her riding and posing in front of a museum treasury.
Those three photos were taken by Epstein himself, she claims, when he brought her to New Mexico for the weekend.
All the while raping her and letting his friends do the same, according to Roberts' lawsuit,
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Children included: Virginia Roberts (above in NYC at 15 in a photo taken by Epstein was only 15 when she was recruited while working at the Mar-a-Lago spa to be sex slave to Jeffrey Epstein
Snow Day: She is now suing the United States for the way they have tackled Epstein's persecution, and in her file he has included photos that he took of her around the world (up in New Mexico on 17 )
Fool & gold: Robert was able to see the world during her years with Epstein, who flew her around the world while he and his friends raped the teenager (Roberts above in a museum in New Mexico in 2001 in a photo made by Epstein)
& # 39; Epstein took me on a ferry on one of the trips to New York City and there he took the photo above. I was then about 15 or 16 years old & # 39 ;, she writes about the first photo.
In that photo Roberts looks years younger than her age while she smiles in front of the camera during an unaccompanied journey with Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, more than 1500 km from home.
& # 39; You can see how young I looked in the photo & # 39 ;, she notes, while also revealing that she had been raped in his manor house in Manhattan during that trip through Epstein.
& # 39; In the coming weeks, Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell trained me to do what they wanted, including sexual activities and the use of sexual toys, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; The training was in New York and Florida, in the homes of Epstein. It was actually every day and it was like going to school. I also often had sex with Epstein. & # 39;
Roberts said she was trained to be & # 39; everything a man wanted me to be & # 39 ;.
The photos used by Roberts make it clear that she was with Epstein at some of his properties, in particular his ranch in New Mexico.
& # 39; The first is a museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We were sightseeing for a day. Epstein took this photo of me. I was about 17 at the time, judging by its appearance, & write Roberts.
& # 39; At the end of the day we returned to Epstein & # 39; s Zorro Ranch. The second photo is on one of Epstein & # 39; s horses at the New Mexico ranch. The following two are from the winter in New Mexico. & # 39;
Roberts and another underage victim prosecute the government for the sweetheart plea deal they offered Epstein, and for not providing the plaintiffs and other victims with concrete information about the sex offender.
In her case, Roberts did indeed receive a letter from the FBI, but not long after the plea deal had been negotiated and the unsuccessful deal from Epstein was signed.
That letter was enclosed as an exhibition in one application and shows that it was sent in September, more than two months after Epstein signed the agreement in June.
& # 39; You can see how young I looked in the photo, & # 39; Roberts noted in legal proceedings
Tree of Life: & # 39; When I left Epstein, he knew all kinds of powerful people. He could have had me killed or kidnapped, and I always knew he was capable of doing that, & Roberts said
Roberts, who was the first and still one of the few Epstein victims to be revealed with her allegations, told how she was found to have been brought around the world and raped three times by men in court cases.
& # 39; Epstein had promised me a lot and I knew that if I left, I would be in big trouble. I also knew that I witnessed a lot of illegal and very bad behavior from Epstein and his friends, & a request.
& # 39; When I left Epstein, he knew all kinds of powerful people. He could have had me killed or kidnapped, and I always knew he would be able to if I didn't obey him. He informed me that he knew many people in high places. Speaking of himself, he said: & # 39; I can get away & # 39; with things. I was very scared, especially since I was a teenager. & # 39;
Virginia Roberts pictured with Prince Andrew, then a friend of Epstein, in 2001
And she wasn't the only one who was scared, she claims in court documents.
& # 39; When I was with him, Epstein had sex with underage girls every day. His interest in this type of sex was obvious to the people around him, & Roberts noted.
& # 39; The activities were so clear and daring that everyone who spent a significant time in one of the Epstein residences had clearly been aware of what was going on. & # 39;
In the past, Mrs. Roberts claimed in American newspapers that she slept with Prince Andrew, a former friend of Epstein – but he has always denied any involvement and the allegations were later removed from the record as being & # 39; intangible and impudent & # 39; .
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