HARROWING police interviews with Jeffrey Epstein’s victims he raped at his Florida mansion have been revealed in a new documentary about the pedophile.
Netflix’s four-part series ‘Filthy Rich' exposes how the multi-millionaire sex offender used his wealth and power to carry out his sickening campaign of abuse.
Epstein, 66, hanged himself in a New York jail while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
Prosecutors said he amassed a “vast network” of girls as young as 14 who he would lure to his homes and sexually abuse.
Palm Beach Police began investigating Epstein after they were contacted by a woman who said he gave her stepdaughter $300 for a massage.
Investigators then found scores of young girls who say they were abused by the pedophile.
The victims’ voices are heard in audio recordings of interviews conducted by Palm Beach Police Detective Joe Recarey, the lead officer on the case.
They include 14-year-old Shawna Rivera who had already traumatized by her family when she met Epstein.
Also heard is Michelle Licata, whose childhood photos showed a teenager with braces and photos of Eminem plastered on her wall.
Another is Haley Robson, who met Epstein when a friend told her she could make some money if she went with her to his house to give him a massage.
In the documentary, Robson says she initially refused Epstein's advances but he told her he would give her $200 that if she brought her friends over
She recalls that recruited 24 underage girls, who were her friends and classmates, to come to Epstein's house.
In 2006, Epstein was charged with multiple counts of unlawful sexual acts with a minor but his lawyers put together a plea deal for the then 54-year-old.
He agreed to plead guilty to two felony prostitution charges in state court and in exchange received immunity from federal sex-trafficking charges that could have sent him to prison for life.
Epstein pleaded guilty on two lesser counts and sentenced to a 18 months in jail and was released early in 2009
He served his time private wing of the Palm Beach County jail and was allowed out on work release to go to his office for much of his stay, all the while continuing his abuse of girls.
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