While crossing the oceans of his private jet, hosting friends in his homes Manhattan, Palm Beach, and New Mexico, or stopping at his private Caribbean island, businessmen and politicians, scientists and famous people were surrounded by Jeffrey Epstein.
Some people in Epstein's inner circle were accused of helping to run sex trafficking which brought many underage girls through its doors. Others simply crossed their path at science parties or conferences, or accepted donations for research or art. His address book, and private jet logs, are filled with famous names. Many of them are trying to extend themselves from Epstein, and to refuse any wrongdoing, since he was arrested and later died in prison. Here are some of the people who traveled in Epstein's orbit and some of the institutions that received their donations.
The 2007 non-prosecution agreement named the Epstein “prospective conspiracy” as the “non-prosecution”. Some of its alleged victims and former employees in court documents claimed that the persons named below helped to facilitate a child sex trafficking operation by recruiting girls from the United States or abroad or visiting their homes. T .
– Gislaine Maxwell, a British socialite, a former Epstein girl
Some of Epstein's charges also claim that Maxwell was his chief conspiracy, helping to find and recruit underage girls.
Some women said that they were sexually assaulted by Maxwell. Epstein once described her as her "best friend." She appears to have lived in Massachusetts in recent years and photographed this summer in Los Angeles. She was not a victim of crime.
In court documents recently released, one of the charges brought by Epstein, Virginia Giuffre, said she was first recruited by Maxwell at the Mar-a-Lago resort at Donald Trump in Florida when she was 16 or 17 years d & # 39 age and eventually she was a "sex slave" traveling between Epstein's Houses and sharing it between her friends.
"All my life went around for these men and keeping Gislaine and Jeffrey happy," said Epstein prosecutor Virginia Guillea deposited. "Her whole life was all gone around sex."
Maxwell's deposit is called Giuffre "clean liar and everything she said is a lie."
– Nadia Marcinkova, former personal assistant
Marcinkova prosecutors identified as a "potential joint conspiracy" in Epstein's 2007 non-prosecution agreement. The Miami Herald reported that Epstein brought her from a former Yugoslavia to live with and referred to her as her sex slave. Victims told the police that Marcinkova took part in a group group with them and in Epstein. She later became a commercial pilot certified by FAA. She was not a victim of crime. Attempts to achieve it were unsuccessful.
– Sarah Kellen, former personal assistant
The prosecutors recognized Kellen as a “potential conspiracy” in Epstein's 2007 non-prosecution agreement. The Miami Herald reported that Kellen scheduled massages for Epstein and warned girls not to talk to the police. Kellen was not charged with a crime. Attempts to achieve it were unsuccessful.
– Adriana Ross, former personal assistant
Prosecutors identified Ross as a "potential co-conspiracy" in Epstein's 2007 non-prosecution agreement. The Miami Herald reported that Ross had visited girls for Epstein. Ross was not charged with a crime. Attempts to achieve it were unsuccessful.
– Lesley Groff, former personal assistant
Groff's prosecutors identified as a “potential joint conspiracy” in Epstein's 2007 non-prosecution agreement. The Miami Herald reported that Groff had registered girls' visits to Epstein. Groff was not charged with crime. Attempts to achieve it were unsuccessful.
COMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Epstein hosted frequent parties, they invited people to travel on his private plane and hosted meetings on his private island. Here are some of his friends and acquaintances.
– Prince Andrew, Duke York
A member of the British royal family, the eighth in accordance with the throne. Prince Andrew spent time with Epstein in the United States and Britain. Epstein's accused Virginia Giuffre said she had been ordered to have sex with Prince Andrew.
A photo reported since 2001 shows that Prince Andrew has his hand around Giuffre's waist when she was 17 years old. Prince Andrew denied his claims and a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said "there is no suggestion of misconduct by false underage minors."
– Leslie Wexner, Ohio billionaire, founder and CEO of Corporation L Brands
The billionaire hired Victoria's Secret Epstein as money manager at the end of the 1980s. During their two-year relationship, Wexner gave Epstein a clear control over his financial and legal affairs. The Wall Street Journal reported that Epstein brought more than $ 200 million from Wexner. Wexner recently wrote in a letter that Epstein made "misappropriation of large sums of money from me and from my family." He noted clearly that the alleged theft "is clearly paling compared to the incredible allegations against him now."
– Jean-Luc Brunel, former modeling agency owner
Alleged Giuffre and former bookkeeper for Brunel in court documents that Brunel recruited young girls and women for Epstein from Europe and South America. Giuffre said that Epstein ordered her to have sex with Brunel. Brunel denied the allegations and was not charged with a crime. He is a French citizen, and where Brunel is currently unclear; his lawyer refused to comment.
– Marvin Minsky, MIT scientist
The late MIT scientist regarded him as the pioneer of artificial intelligence as an Epstein associate. Minsky organized a collection of artificial experts who visited Epstein's Caribbean private island in 2002. Giuffre stated that she had been ordered to have sex with Minsky on the island. Minsky's family members did not respond to requests for comments.
– Stephen Hawking, physicist, cosmologist and author
Epstein promoted many famous scientists and considered it a "scientific philanthropist."
A photo taken by Hawking visiting a Little St. Island. James of Epstein in 2006 and taking a submarine cruise. Hawking died last year and his family did not respond to comments.
– Glenn Dubin, hedge fund manager
Eps Dubin, the billionaire founder of the hedge fund, Highbridge Capital Management, and his wife Eva Dubin were known for several years. Giuffre said that she had been ordered to have sex with the billionaire hedge fund manager. "Glenn and Eva Dubin are in violation of the allegations against them in the unscheduled court records and rejecting them," Dubin spokesman said in a statement, according to Harvard Crimson.
– Alan Dershowitz, Harvard professor of law
Dershowitz is a significant lawyer on Epstein's legal team. Giuffre said that she had sex with Dershowitz at least six times and the second woman also said that Epstein ordered her to have sex with him. Dershowitz denied the allegations and accused Giuffre to compose the story for money. "I'll announce my full innocence until the day I die," said Dershowitz to New York.
CELEBRIES AND POLITICIANS
Jeffrey Epstein was known as powerful and famous people as friends. Here are some of the well-known politicians and celebrities who spent time with Epstein socially.
– Donald Trump, president of the United States
In 2002, Trump told the New York Edition that he knew for 15 years and thought it was "a great man." He said: "It is worth saying well with beautiful women as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."
Last month, Trump said he was not a fan of Epstein. The two men traveled in similar social circles in Manhattan and Palm Beach. NBC recently released a 1992 video from a party at the Mar-a-Lago resort at Trump – about two miles from Epstein's town – with people whose periods are Trump and Epstein and Buffalo. A photograph was also taken with Epstein at Trump resort in 1997 and 2000. Epstein's address book included Trump's phone numbers, his wife, Melania, and other family members.
– Bill Clinton, former US president
Clinton left Epstein's private jet, and Epstein presented the Clinton Foundation. In 2002, Clinton, three spokesman, told the New York Edition that Epstein is "a very successful financier and a dedicated philanthropist with a sharp understanding of global markets."
Last month, Clinton said in a statement that he did not know about Epstein's "terrible crimes". Clinton said he had four plane flights with Epstein in 2002 and 2003 to Europe, Asia and Africa.
– Ehud Barak, former prime minister of Israel
His financial and personal relationships with Epstein were closely scrutinized during Israel's current election cycle. Barak has said he met Epstein in 2002 and saw him a few dozen times, but he was not "no party or event with women or anything like that." Epstein was an investor in a start-up business run by Barak in 2015. "Like many reputable people in the United States, while I look back, I prefer not to contact him," said Barak i statement after Epstein's death.
– Woody Allen, film director
Allen and other celebrities were eating with Epstein in 2010 at the town of Manhattan Epstein. The two men were seen together in New York in 2013.
Epstein kept a photograph of himself and Allen in his Manhattan house, according to The New York Times. Allen could not be reached for comment.
– Naomi Campbell, model
The model flew on Epstein's private plane in 2002 along with Bill Clinton and others, according to a 2006 deposition by David Rodgers, one of Epstein's pilots.
Campbell could not be found for comment.
– Kevin Spacey, actor
The actor traveled to Africa in 2002 on Epstein's private plane. Spacey could not find expression.
– Chris Tucker, actor
The actor traveled to Africa in 2002 on Epstein's private plane. Could not achieve tucker for comments.
– Bill Richardson, former democratic governor of New Mexico
Epstein was political supporter of Richardson, who was also Energy Secretary in Clinton's administration. Giuffre said she had been ordered to have sex with Richardson working with Epstein. A spokesman for Richardson denied the allegation and said Richardson had never been in contact with her.
– George Mitchell, former Democratic senator from Maine
In the story of the 2002 New York Journal, the former senator and diplomat named Epstein is a friend and supporter. "Giuffre said in her deposition that she had been sexually active with Mitchell while she worked with Epstein. Mitchell told the Portland Herald Press in a statement this month that he had never met Giuffre or spoke to Giuffre and that he didn't comply or I have never done any inappropriate behavior with underage girls.
INSTITUTIONS AVAILABLE OF MONEY FROM EPSTEIN
Jeffrey Epstein donated money for many reasons through his foundations, the performing arts to major universities, showing tax documents. He was particularly interested in scientific research, according to news reports. Here are some of the best contributions he has made to large institutions, and how they responded when his alleged abuse came to light.
– Lawrence Krauss, former University of Arizona State professor
Krauss attended scientific meetings with Epstein and reported $ 250,000 from Epstein for scientific research. Krauss said in 2011 that he hadn't seen Epstein around underage girls. Krauss could not be found for comment.
– MIT Media Lab
Joichi Ito, director of MIT Media Lab, apologized publicly in the August 15 statement on the acceptance of funds from Epstein to the laboratory and for its own investment funds. "Unfortunately, the Laboratory has received money over the years through some of the foundations under its control. I was aware of these donations and these funds were received with my permission. Some of my funds invest in technology startup companies outside MIT, "Ito said. He did not disclose the amount of Epstein's donations and investments. Ito said that it would create an equivalent to Epstein's contribution to the laboratory, and that it would give the funds to nonprofit groups "supporting trafficking survivors." Ito also said that he would return the money Epstein invested in his funds.
– Harvard University
In a statement, Harvard University said it had no plans to return the $ 6.5 million Epstein given. Epstein's subscription was announced in 2003, and funded the university's evolutionary dynamics program work, which was reported by Harvard Crimson in 2006.
– George's Church, Harvard geneticist
Epstein provided funding for the Church laboratory from 2005 to 2007, the Church unveiled its Harvard website. The site says the size of the funding, not only that it was a "pioneering science and education." In an interview this month with the Boston Globe's STAT, the Church apologized for its contacts with Epstein.
– Mount Sinai Health System, New York
The Epstein Foundation said she had made multiple donations to Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn Medical School, which is part of the Mount Sinai Health System. Subscriptions included the 2012 award for 3-D mammography, a gift for cancer metastasis research in 2013 and 2014 funding for research into negative negative breast cancer, according to the Jeffrey Epstein Foundation VI. The health system said that it does not mention matters relating to its donors.
– Jeanne Whalen and Sonia Rao contributed to this report.
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