Shocking ‘sexual abuse pyramid scheme’ laid bare in Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein documentary Filthy Rich – The Sun

JEFFREY Epstein was running a "sexual abuse pyramid scheme" as more shocking details of his heinous life are revealed.
The tycoon was facing life behind bars for abusing women and underage girls for decades, assembling a network of enablers to help carry out and cover up his crimes.

Epstein gained tremendous wealth and power while running an international sex trafficking ring, but died by alleged suicide in his jail cell last year while awaiting trial for sex trafficking.

A new Netflix documentary series called. Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, tells the story of the crooked businessman and his life of debauchery.

One shocking revelation in the docuseries includes the "sexual abuse pyramid scheme" that saw Epstein encourage his young victims to recruit more girls into his pedophile ring.

Attorney Brad Edwards, is representing Courtney Wild, one Epstein's victims.

She met Epstein when she was just 14 and couldn't live at home because of her mother's drug use.

Brad set out to prove the pyramid scheme of one girl recruited two friends, and they then recruit two and so on, the pedophile ring could grow exponentially.

The attorney said: "We had to prove that this pyramid of underage girls in Palm Beach was true.

"It didn't start from just a random underage girl walking into the house."

Brad then explained it took his team 30 days to put together a flow chart of the scheme, including names, but believed it could be five times bigger.

The docuseries will premiere on Netflix on May 27 and will run for four episodes.

The promo clip for the series features images of Epstein with Ghislaine Maxwell  – the socialite accused of acting as a pimp for the wealthy sex trafficker.

With their frightening firsthand accounts, Epstein’s accusers are the leading voices in this docuseries.

By revealing their emotional scars, some for the very first time, the sisterhood of survivors intend to stop predators — and the American justice system — from silencing the next generation.

Main accuser Virginia Roberts appears in the documentary to tell her story.

Ghislaine is believed to be hiding out at Epstein's ranch in New Mexico after she asked a judge to move a sex assault case against her to the state, court docs have shown.

The 58-year-old is accused of attacking Annie Farmer, then 16, with ex-boyfriend Epstein.

The Brit socialite, daughter of disgraced media mogul Robert Maxwell, made a request to move the civil case brought by Farmer in legal documents filed in New York last week, reports the Daily Mail.

Farmer, now aged 40, is seeking undisclosed damages from both the 58-year-old and Epstein's $634m estate.

Maxwell, who denies the claims, is demanding the case be brought to New Mexico because the alleged attack is said to have happened there at the pedophile's Zorro ranch.

The state also has a three-year statute of limitations meaning Farmer's case would be thrown out of court.

A lawyer for the Brit, who was raised in Oxford, argues that the 1996 allegation “expired sometime in 1999” insisting she brought the claim “years too late.”

Speculation about Maxwell's whereabouts have been rife since Epstein's arrest last July and his death in prison, said to be from hanging, in August.

She was reportedly staying in Massachusetts at the time of her former lover's imprisonment before popping up in a photograph at a fast food restaurant in California.

Since then, her movements have been a mystery although there have been reports she is hiding out at the New Mexico ranch.

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