Jeffrey Epstein rose to power at a young age through contacts with billionaire Les Wexner. The more one investigates, the more it appears that Epstein’s infamous child sexual abuse seems to be tied, in its inception, to his work with Wexner.
Now Wexner is accusing Epstein of “misappropriating”- whatever that is supposed to mean -money from him and that he never had any idea:
Billionaire Victoria’s Secret owner Leslie Wexner says that Jeffrey Epstein misappropriated over $46 million of his fortune, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The L Brands founder revealed in a Wednesday letter to the Wexner Foundation that the missing funds were uncovered after a 2007 falling out he had with the pedophile financier following allegations involving the sexual abuse of underage girls.
Of note, Epstein allegedly ran a ‘casting couch’ operation for aspiring Victoria’s Secret models out of his Manhattan townhome whereby he would promise young girls jobs with the fashion company.
“We discovered that he had misappropriated vast sums of money from me and my family,” wrote Wexner, adding “This was, frankly, a tremendous shock, even though it clearly pales in comparison to the unthinkable allegations against him now.”
In January 2008, Mr. Epstein transferred $46 million worth of investments to a Wexner charitable fund, tax records show. Mr. Wexner said the transfer was only a portion of the funds that his money manager had allegedly misappropriated. “All of that money—every dollar of it—was originally Wexner family money,” he wrote. -Wall Street Journal
Wexner provided no evidence for his claim, which certainly adds distance between he and Epstein.
Last month, the Wexner told employees in an internal email that he “was NEVER aware of the illegal activity” Epstein is accused of committing. “As you can imagine, this past week I have searched my soul … reflected … and regretted that my path ever crossed his.” said the 81-year-old mogul of Epstein.
After launching a business relationship in the 1980s, Wexner and Epstein formed ‘a financial and personal bond that baffled longtime associates,’ according to the New York Times.
“I think we both possess the skill of seeing patterns,” Wexner told Vanity Fair in 2003. “But Jeffrey sees patterns in politics and financial markets, and I see patterns in lifestyle and fashion trends.”
Wexner would go on to open doors for Epstein – who managed “many aspects of his financial life.”
By 1995, Epstein was a director of the Wexner Foundation and Wexner Heritage Foundation and president of Wexner’s N.A. Property Inc., which developed the Ohio town of New Albany, where Wexner lives. Epstein also was involved in Wexner’s superyacht, “Limitless,” attending meetings at the London studios of the firm that designed the vessel. -Bloomberg
Epstein is currently sitting in a Manhattan jail cell awaiting trial on allegations of sex-trafficking minors in what federal prosecutors allege was a multi-decade scheme to procure and sexually abuse scores of girls. If convicted, he faces up to 45 years in prison. (source, source)
I have difficulty believing him.
The main question that nobody seems to be asking, and not accidentally so, is what about Epstein’s infamous abuse ring?
Epstein was, for all purposes, known as a pimp for the American elite. This was his veritable career for decades, and he knew many people in Hollywood, politics, and business, and all of them knew him for his “love” of “very young” girls.
What does Wexner have to say about this? Or is he just going to attempt plausible denial thinking that American will (probably) forget about it and go with what they are told to think?
And likewise, note that Wexner has not provided evidence for his claims other than his “strongly worded” statements? Right now his words are just empty claims of a missing 46 million from his bank accounts, and until he provides evidence otherwise, why should he be believed that Epstein stole even 46 cents from him?
This is a deception meant to keep people distracted from the real story, which is that this sexual abuse ring, as many are showing, is a broad network stretching from the Caribbean to New York, Los Angeles, and all the way to Tel Aviv.