They are both convicted sex offenders – and spent time together until the argument broke out. As reported by “The Sun”, Jeffrey Epstein (1953-2019) threw ex-Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein (68) out of his home in France and called him “a pig”. The reason: Weinstein had become violent towards one of the women Epstein kept as a masseuse.
The attorney between Bradley J. Edwards and Epstein and Weinstein revealed the scandal in his book “Relentless Pursuit”. In it he writes how Epstein’s former friend and accomplice, model scout Jean-Luc Brunel (74), told him about the conflict between Epstein and Weinstein. “Jean-Luc described an incident in great detail that culminated in a heated argument between Epstein and Weinstein that ended their relationship,” said Edwards.
“Weinstein was in Epstein’s apartment in France and received a massage from one of Epstein’s girls,” the lawyer writes. «Then he wanted to aggressively turn the massage into something sexual. The girl rejected him. Harvey is said to have verbally abused her because she flashed him off. »
Weinstein pressured Epstein’s “Favorite Girl”
Edwards continued: “Harvey didn’t know she was one of Epstein’s favorite girls at the time, and Jeffrey saw the aggressive abuse as disrespectful to him.” The US multimillionaire then read the Levites to his buddy at the time. Jeffrey came into the room and kicked him out of his house. He made it clear to him that he should never show up again. I have heard various versions of this story from others, even years later from Epstein himself. He called Weinstein a pig. »
Weinstein was released earlier this month his sex crimes sentenced to 23 years in prison. The former Hollywood mogul was found guilty of third degree rape and a first degree sex offense in February.
Jeffrey Epstein reportedly sexually abused underage girls and young women for years and forced prostitution. A few weeks after his arrest, he was found dead in his New York prison cell last August. According to forensic medicine, he committed suicide. The abuse scandal investigation run even after Epstein’s death continue. It is about the question of possible helpers of the multimillionaire. (kad / SDA)