JEFFREY Epstein forced his underage victims to recruit at least two more girls, a new documentary about the wealthy pedophile claims.
Netflix four-part series ‘Filthy Rich promises’ 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.
The documentary goes into detail about how Epstein was able to lure girls to abuse and hears from victims who say they were paid to recruit other victims.
It details how a pattern emerged of one friend recruiting two friends who in turn recruited another two friends.
Attorney Brad Edwards represents victim Courtney Wild, who he met after the FBI started investigating Epstein, and started building a case against the sex offender.
In the documentary he explains his team assembled flow chart of victims in about 30 days but realized it could end up being five times as big as the poster board it was on.
“We had to prove that this pyramid of underage girls in Palm Beach was true,” said Edwards.
“It didn’t start from just a random underage girl walking into the house.”
Haley Robson initially refused Epstein’s initial advances, but he told her that if she brought her friends over, he’d give her $200.
She said she probably recruited 24 underage girls who were mostly her friends and classmates, to go to Epstein’s house.
The documentary also describes how Epstein, with the assistance of his partner Ghislaine Maxwell preyed on them.
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Maxwell has vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
Some were offered financial or career assistance and put up in lavish accommodation.
That in turn led to the girls not wanting to seem “ungrateful” when he later made sexual advances.
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