Listed in what some are calling his “Little black book” now dead pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had according to FBI 301 British associates & society figures, it was revealed that such names as Mick Jagger, Tony Blair and Richard Branson were listed as well as lords and ladies. Now this doesn’t mean these folks did anything wrong as in the world of the mega rich a lot of people meet people, and they do business together, and not everyone knows what someone does in private. But how many of these people knew? This is the question.
Jeffrey Epstein, who died in jail on Saturday while facing sex trafficking charges, Prince Andrew does have a picture with a then-teenager Virginia Giuffre, formerly known as Roberts, at the home of Ghislaine Maxwell.
The Mirror reported there were more than 1,000 numbers and dozens of email addresses between the Brits named in the book belonging to Prince Andrew’s pervert pal, New Labour grandee Lord Peter Mandelson – who has 10 numbers, including one marked “direct line” one for “home” and another for “country home” – is also listed. Prince Andrew has 16 numbers to his name – including a mobile and lines for Balmoral and Sandringham palaces, where he had visited the royal, and Andrew’s ex Sarah Ferguson is also named in the address book – with 18 phone numbers for her.
This report in the FBI’s 2,000-page dossier on Epstein came as agents raided the billionaire’s private US Virgin Island, dubbed “paedophile island”, yesterday when a large group of agents were seen disembarking from speedboats at the pier on the island on Monday morning and driving around on golf carts. Other officials with “FBI” lettering on display were later seen overlooking the sea from the top of Epstein’s remote luxury home off the coast of St Thomas.
Amid fears he could have offended overseas the US authorities have also vowed to carry on investigating Epstein’s ties to the UK as part of their child sex trafficking probe and they are now turning their attention to his associates to track any sick enablers who helped him sexually exploit young girls. One document is said to describe the “damning things” Epstein’s inner circle did as he abused more than 100 girls from across the world, the Mirror said. A source told the paper: “The document entails everybody in the Epstein case. “It has some damning things, including about a number of Brits.”
His suspected suicide was not caught on CCTV as we now know that the guards did not check on him for several hours, some were napping at the time, and while the cameras were not “working or recording” for some odd reason. You would think such a high profile person like this fresh from suicide watch wouldn’t have been left alone like this! This is almost something right out of a movie. A 1,200-page dossier detailing lurid abuse allegations against him which has sparked intense speculation world wide.
They were unsealed in a legal tangle between Brit socialite Ghislaine Maxwell — Epstein’s ex-lover — and Virginia Giuffre, formerly known as Roberts. Ms Giuffre has alleged that she was procured by “madame” Maxwell, 57, the daughter of disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell, as a teenage “sex slave” for Epstein. Ms Maxwell, who has gone into hiding, denied all the allegations.
In previous court claims, she alleged she had sex Prince Andrew, 59, when she was flown to London aged 17 by Epstein – which the royal vehemently denies. But US court papers also alleged the Duke of York touched a woman’s breast as she sat on his lap and played with a Spitting Image puppet of him, and Johanna Sjoberg alleged he touched her breast in 2001 at Epstein’s New York home, according to court papers.
Buckingham Palace has strenuously denied the allegations. A palace spokesman said: “Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue. “It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. “Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation.”
MPs are calling for an investigation into the Duke of York’s relationship with Epstein. Labour MP Jess Phillips said “I think that, of course, the case must be properly investigated.” US Attorney General William Barr said that there were “serious irregularities” at the prison where Epstein died, and he insisted that Epstein’s death would not halt the investigations, adding: “Any co-conspirators should not rest easy.”