Epstein Kept 'Meticulous' Diary Of Elite Friendships as 'Insurance Policy'
Diary allegedly contained information about powerful people
Jeffrey Epstein allegedly kept a secret diary containing information about interactions with his powerful friends which he held as an 'insurance policy,' according to reports.
Epstein, who was connected to high profiles names such as Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton, was said to have kept a 'meticulously detailed' diary of these engagements with the rich and famous, according to the Mirror.
Sources also told the newspaper that Epstein, who was found dead in his cell on Saturday, kept the diary for insurance.
Prince Andrew gave a statement to Epstein's alleged victims' lawyers, supposedly revealing the existence of the diary.
There's speculation that Epstein's secret diary could lead to powerful friends to panic about what he'd written.
'All Jeff ever had he bought, including his friends,' a source told the Mirror. '
'He used his wealth to buy buddies and then bestow his money on those he courted.'
The source also added that Epstein 'knew' that being friends with rich and famous people 'brought him protection' and the diary was kept 'in case he ever needed it.'
Lawyer Jack Scarola, a representative of Epstein's alleged victims, told the Mirror that his clients are 'hopeful that other victims may be relieved of some of the fear that has prevented them from coming forward while Epstein was still alive.'
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Scarola added, 'There is little doubt victims who have not yet come forward have information that will help bring Epstein’s co-conspirators, enablers, recruiters, and fellow traffickers to justice.'
Epstein's death came a day after unsealed documents revealed that alleged trafficking victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre named former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson along with Britain’s Prince Andrew among the elites who Jeffrey Epstein “farmed her out” to for sex.
Among the prince and Richardson, Giuffre listed Epstein attorney Alan Dershowitz, former Democratic Maine Sen. George Mitchell, and scientist Marvin Minsky, among others, according to the documents.
Giuffre claimed she was working at Mar-a-Lago as a spa attendant when she was 15 years old before being approached by Epstein’s assistant Ghislaine Maxwell.