Jeffrey Epstein Allegedly Offered Gorgeous Women ‘A Date With Prince Andrew’

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A new report has come out claiming that the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein would approach women he found to be gorgeous, and offer them a date with his rich and powerful friends, including Prince Andrew.

One woman who had been listed in Epstein’s infamous black book and wished not to be identified told Mother Jones magazine that the billionaire had approached her while she was attending an art fair in Palm Beach, Florida.

“He came up to me and said, ‘Would you like a date with Prince Andrew?’” she recalled.

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The woman did not give a date for when this incident occurred, nor did she reveal whether Epstein’s approach was successful.

Another woman listed in Epstein’s black book who was only identified as Julie explained Epstein’s typical strategy in finding girls.

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“He’d take some rich guy and introduce him to a girl,” she said, alleging that Epstein set her up for an “incredibly awkward” meeting with Victoria’s Secret founder Leslie Wexner.

“Wexner was this super-successful guy who didn’t really have any life, and Jeff described him to me as completely socially inept,” Julie recalled. “Jeffrey told me, ‘This guy [Wexner] has everything in the world, but he doesn’t have anyone to share it with,’ and Jeffrey knew all the girls in the world.”

Wexner has said that he is “embarrassed” to have ever associated with Epstein, who he claims misappropriated over $46 million while serving as Wexner’s money manager.

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“Everyone has to feel enormous regret from the advantage that was taken of so many young women,” Wexner said last year. “That’s just unexplainable, abhorrent behavior and clearly something we all would condemn.”

Leland Nally, a writer for Mother Jones, claims to have spent a year contacting all 1,571 people in the enormous black book after finding it in the “dark corners of the internet” days after Epstein committed suicide in prison in August of 2019. He told the Times of London that he even called a private Buckingham Palace number that he’d found in the book.

“I called a number I shouldn’t have had,” Nally said, adding that it was one of 16 numbers he said were listed for Prince Andrew in the book.

“When someone replied, I just asked if Prince Andrew was there,” he said, adding that he was put through to a number of people. “Finally I was asked angrily how I got this number and who I was. Then they hung up on me.”

This piece originally appeared in UpliftingToday.com and is used by permission.

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