The appalling truth is slowly coming out. Recordings from witness interviews of women who allege they were assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein were buried for years, but the newest episode of the “Epstein: Devil in the Darkness” podcast brings them to light. The audio clips reveal a disturbing recruitment train of women who were paid to both “entertain” the disgraced financier and to bring new victims into his orbit.
The recordings come from an investigation by Palm Beach police — the first force to investigate the allegations against Epstein. The disturbing details include that the girls involved were encouraged to bring underage prospects to the convicted offender. One of the victims was questioned by an officer, “Did Jeff know anybody’s real age, or he didn’t care?” She replied, “I don’t think he cared. He told me, ‘the younger the better.’”
Several victims’ statements are included in the latest podcast episode, “Secret Diary of a Sex Slave.” One girl claimed she was 16 or 17 when she was approached to go see Epstein, and she told an officer in a recording, “Every girl that meets Jeffrey starts off with giving him a massage. The more you do with him, the more you make … if you take off your clothes, you’re gonna make more. If you let him do things to you, you’re gonna make more.”
That allegation is echoed by another victim, who told investigators that when another girl came to her in need of money, she directed her to Epstein — part of a long chain of underage girls recruiting others to the network of sex abuse he built. She told the other girl that in order to make $200, she had to, at the very least, take her clothes off. “She walked out of there with $300,” she said in a recording. “When she got in the car I was like, ‘how much did to make?’ And she said $300. I just knew right then that she did more.” The victim giving the statement asked the girl what she did, and the young woman claimed that after her clothes came off during a massage she gave Epstein, “He put his fingers inside me.”
The podcast also includes an interview with Alicia Arden, a model who filed a police report against Epstein in 1997. She wanted to be a Victoria’s Secret model, and a meeting was arranged between her and Epstein, …
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