He bragged about Virginia Giuffre – who says he was ordered to have sex with the Duke of York in London, New York and on the private Caribbean island of Epstein when he was 17. the girls were "recruited" by French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel and a team of eight paid "talent scouts" who pulled many of them "straight from Brazil's soccer fields." She said, "Epstein told me that he abused more than a thousand women. He did not, of course, use the word abuse. He said he slept with them."
They should all have sex with their friends, including politicians, business leaders, and academics, she told NBC.
The 35-year-old mother of three said that after being cared for by Epstein's alleged fixing agent – British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell – they later hoped she would help find new underage victims. She said Maxwell told her, "You always have to look for the young ones."
Maxwell, 57, and Brunel, co-founder of MC2 Model Management in New York, denied being buyers.
British playboy actress and former model Playboy Anouska De Georgiou, now 42, told the documentary that she was abused by Epstein, who died at the age of 66 after moving to the United States as a teenager. She said, "Jeffrey thought we were all disposable and he threw us away. See who's still standing."
Twenty-three alleged victims read a series of "statements of impact" to a New York judge after Attorney General William Barr told the FBI investigation: "Any co-conspirator should not rest easy."
Prince Andrew denies Mme. Giuffre against him. He said: "I deplore the exploitation of any human being and would not tolerate, participate in or encourage such behavior."