Two damning articles have come out in the last 24-hours that give more insight into the vile world of Jeffrey Epstein.

The New York Times released information from court documents regarding Epstein’s recruiting young women in both Florida and New York City:

The financier recruited young dancers to give him massages even after his 2008 conviction for soliciting prostitution from a minor.

At the time, Mr. Epstein was exploiting dozens of girls he had plucked from high schools and shopping malls in Florida, luring them to his Palm Beach mansion and coercing them into giving him erotic massages through false promises, cash payments and threats.

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In New York City, Epstein used dance studios as his hunting ground. While he was luring teenagers into sexual exploitation in Florida, he was using a network of recruiters within New York City’s dance studios to procure aspiring performers into a similar scheme.

Not even a 13-month stint in jail in 2008 and 2009 stopped him, recently filed lawsuits say. While in jail, Epstein arranged for two women he had recruited in New York to be flown to Florida where he pressured them into sex while he was on work-release, court papers said.

Epstein’s recruiters in dance studios was described in the lawsuits filed last month in Federal District Court in Manhattan by two women who say they were sexually exploited.

The two women said Epstein took advantage of the insularity of the dance world, where dancers rely on one another for job opportunities and trust that those tips are legitimate.

One of the females said she was recruited by a fellow dancer and she accepted an opportunity to make money giving private exercise lessons to Mr. Epstein. However, he was not interested in a dance workout…Mr. Epstein promised to buy her new pointe shoes and asked her to take part in several sexually charged stretching activities.

Continue Reading: New York Times

According to the UK’s The Mirror, Epstein’s “fixer” who ran a major modeling company has vanished “like a ghost.” Details of Frenchman Jean-Luc Brunel include:

A millionaire model agency boss thought to have vital evidence about the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal has vanished. Investigators say he is a “ghost who has disappeared without a trace.”

Many of the girls said to have been used by Epstein were allegedly “sourced” in Paris, where the American owned an apartment worth 7 million Euros.

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French prosecutors have opened their own investigation and preliminary inquiry into whether Epstein sexually abused French minors. Authorities say it is “urgent” Brunel is interviewed.

Authorities added “there is no address for him, all his internet accounts, including social media have been wiped out. He is uncontactable.”

Continue Reading: Mirror.co.uk