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Who was Jeffrey Epstein? By now we all know the horrifying legend. However, did his Palm Beach "manual" uncover more about this evil financier?

Who was Jeffrey Epstein? Did his ‘house manual’ include his sex crimes?

We were so, so close to ending all of the redundant talks about former financier Jeffrey Epstein, only to have it all come back up to the surface thanks to the latest trial surrounding his former partner Ghislaine Maxwell. However, when it comes to asking just who was Jeffrey Epstein, we now perhaps have even more evidence than ever thanks to new information provided in the Maxwell case. 

Can you stomach a quick Jeffrey Epstein refresher course so that you can uncover this new “book” detailed by Epstein’s former employees? It might make you sick to your stomach, but those reactions are on par for Epstein’s alleged behavior . . .

Who was Jeffrey Epstein? 

Born on January 20th, 1953, in Brooklyn, NY, the soon-to-be filthy rich Jeffrey Epstein began his professional career as a teacher before shifting to finance & banking, working for Bear Stearns before eventually establishing a firm of his own. 

Epstein had linked himself with multiple famous personalities, rumored to have been friends with the likes of Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Tom Barrack, Woody Allen, Bill Barr, Harvey Weinstein, and, of course, Donald Trump. A club of filthy rich and some problematic jerks. But that’s neither here nor there. 

In 2019, just before his mysterious suicide, filthy rich Jeffrey Epstein’s net worth was estimated to be north of $559 million.

Jeffrey Epstein crimes

Initial developments in the crimes of filthy rich Jeffrey Epstein began sometime in 2005 when a woman claimed Epstein had sexually abused her fourteen-year-old daughter in his mansion. This was the ugly beginning of Epstein’s case, as far as the public was aware of his predatory history.  

In 2008, Epstein had pleaded guilty to procuring the prostitution of a girl who was younger than eighteen years of age, which earned Jeffrey Epstein a prison sentence of eighteen months before being released on house arrest after serving only thirteen of the months.

As we know, Jeffrey Epstein notoriously went on to be the center of multiple civil cases & trafficking charges, eventually warranting his arrest on July 6th, 2019, in New Jersey and earning him a jail sentence at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. 

Jeffrey Epstein’s death

On August 10th, 2019, Epstein was found dead in his cell after what was deemed an apparent suicide by hanging. 

Rumors have circulated over the years on whether Epstein actually did the deathly deed himself or was murdered, seeing as the two cameras in front of Epstein’s cell were “malfunctioning” that night. To add to suspicion, only three weeks prior Epstein was found unconscious in his cell with neck injuries, claiming that he was attacked by his cellmate before being put on suicide watch.  

Oddly enough, many people out there still believe in conspiracies that the filthy rich Jeffrey Epstein is still alive, lurking out there somewhere in the shadows as if he were Lord Voldemort reincarnated. Honestly, we wouldn’t be surprised if this was one day revealed to be the truth, as evil works in mysterious ways, even the kind of evil with large net worths.  

Epstein the Narcissist? 

Who was Jeffrey Epstein? Apparently a huge narcissist, given the evidence revealed by the prosecution team during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, one in which was a household manual that Epstein kept in his Palm Beach residence in Florida, directing how employees should talk, groom themselves, clean the house, etc. 

In fact, one of his former employees, Juan Alessi, spoke on how degrading the manual was, and how it made all of the employees feel like “slaves” and even touched on the 24/7 availability they needed to offer this once millionaire. Wow. Nice to know that this jerk isn’t around anymore! 

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