CRIME HUNTER: Epstein would 'physically shake' before raping girls
September 21, 2019
September 21, 2019 8:22 PM EDT
Anouska De Georgiou said Jeffrey Epstein would quiver with anticipation before sexually assaulting her. GETTY IMAGES
Like a nauseating tide of slime, the twisted crimes of sex sicko Jeffrey Epstein appear boundless.
Epstein topped himself in a Manhattan jail cell in August but the tidal wave of revelations about his evil machinations remains infinite.
On Friday night, a number of the uber-wealthy 66-year-old hedge fund manager’s young victims went on NBC’s Dateline to weave a tapestry of horror.
And they want those who enabled and aided Epstein — a pal of the political, princes and financial potentates — to pay the price.
Top of the list is Brit socialite and the billionaire’s so-called “pimp” Ghislaine Maxwell.
Not one for the social pages. The last mugshot of twisted billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. US DEPT. OF JUSTICE
One of Epstein’s victims who appeared on Dateline was former Playboy model Anouska De Georgiou who grew up surrounded by wealth and privilege (she went to school with Kate Middleton).
She said the fiendish financier would shudder with anticipation when he saw her before sexually assaulting her.
“When Jeffrey would see me he would physically shake because he wanted to get at me and that was very unnerving,” she said.
And because he was a monster.
Epstein wasn’t the dirty old man slithering around in a raincoat. He used his money and connections for his obscene free pass from the Florida justice system.
Epstein’s victims told their heartbreaking tale to Dateline. SCREENGRAB
How far did his tentacles reach?
The former chief of police in Palm Beach now believes the sleazy toffy-nosed financier had a mole in his department who would tip him off about investigations that touched him.
Before every search warrant, Epstein knew cops were coming, Michael Reiter told Dateline NBC.
“The place had been cleaned up,” Reiter said, adding that “all the wires were left hanging there.”
Epstein knew details only the cops knew.
“We believe the content of our probable cause affidavit … ended up with the defence attorneys, because minute details nobody else knew that was in those documents were being refuted,” he said.
And when he was convicted of procuring underage prostitutes? Epstein got a soft tap on the wrist.
For destroying the lives of the young women who fell into his orbit, the former high school teacher was sentenced to just 10 months.
Jeffrey Epstein’s “Pedophile Island” where girls were held as sex slaves for the twisted billionaire. REUTERS
And he could pretty well come and go as pleased from the Palm Beach County crowbar hotel. Enough leeway to continue raping underage girls.
“Epstein found every loophole,” Reiter told NBC, adding the handling of the case was “the worst failure of the criminal justice system in modern times.”
He added that after discovering the extent of Epstein’s perversions: “Within a month of beginning the investigation we realized that this was basically a way of life for Epstein. This was a very prolific sexual predator.”
But something wasn’t right. Epstein’s legal eagles seemed to know the detectives’ every move.
Fingered in the debacle was former Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer and disgraced former U.S. attorney Alex Acosta.
Everywhere cops turned, roadblocks miraculously appeared.
From left, Prince Andrew, one of Epstein’s underage sex slaves Virginia Roberts and his alleged procurer, socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.
Eventually, cops asked Krischer to recuse himself. He refused. The feds called the case a “slam dunk.”
Sweet deals were made.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Reiter said. “It was extremely unusual and disappointing.”
And in the flotsam and jetsam of Epstein’s horrendous corruption were the girls.
His numerous victims.
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De Georgiou said after meeting Epstein in London through jet-setting pals he was soon flying her around the world.
First, the silver-haired maniac would groom her.
“And in every location, there was this microcosm of acceptance, of yes people, who acted like this was normal,” she said.
And as she was being abused, his sycophants turned a blind eye.
This is the New York City luxury apartment where Epstein kept his sex slaves. US DEPT. OF JUSTICE
“It wasn’t zero to 100 in one day. It was introduced piecemeal, along with constant emotional, financial reinforcement that this was the path, the only path,” she said.
“If you’re a young person walking into a mansion or someone’s island and all the people who are present are acting as though this is okay and you’re the only one who thinks it’s weird, it’s hard to say something.”
Growing up in a similar milieu, she thought she could keep the devil at bay. She couldn’t.
De Georgiou recalled seeing a girl younger than herself at Epstein’s Caribbean redoubt — labelled “Pedophile Island” by locals.
“I was in the ocean and she was on a paddleboard or something … and I wanted to say, ‘You have to leave.’ But I didn’t.”
She added: “Jeffrey thought that we were disposable and he threw us all away. And look who’s standing?”