Jeffrey Epstein ran his intercourse ring like a perverted pyramid scheme — paying his younger victims to deliver him new women to prey on, in response to new particulars from an upcoming documentary.
The convicted pedophile — who killed himself final August — would provide the determined children money to deliver him an “ever-revolving door of women,” in response to the trailer for Netflix’s “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Wealthy.”
“These women introduced different women too,” a voiceover says within the trailer for the four-part docu-series, which begins streaming Wednesday.
Haley Robson advised the filmmakers that she initially spurned Epstein’s advances — however ended up recruiting women for him when he supplied her $200-a-time, in response to The Solar.
Robson estimates within the movie that she most likely recruited 24 underage women, principally associates and classmates, to Epstein’s home, the UK paper says — exercise that even introduced her to the eye of federal prosecutors.
“It’s a commerce. And it goes on and on and on,” she says within the trailer.
Lawyer Brad Edwards discovered the identical factor when he tried to create a flow-chart of victims — and realized it might find yourself being 5 instances as large because the poster board it was on, in response to the report.
“It didn’t begin from only a random underage woman strolling into the home,” Edwards stated of the “pyramid of underage women,” in response to The Solar.
Epstein, 66 — who had already carried out jail time for underage intercourse — was dealing with as much as 45 years in jail on critical baby sex-trafficking expenses when he was discovered useless in his Manhattan lockup final August.
The four-part Netflix documentary, out Wednesday, is predicated on James Patterson’s 2016 e-book of the identical title.