Jeffrey Epstein ‘bragged about having dirt on the rich and famous, including drug use and sexual tendencies – and was unapologetic about being a sex offender, which allowed people to confide in him with their own secrets’

Tuesday, August 13, 2019
By Paul Martin

The billionaire told a New York Times columnist in an interview last year that a number of rich and famous people had told him their secrets
Epstein claimed that he had potentially damaging information on those people, including drug use and sexual tendencies
He revealed the details to columnist James B. Stewart in an interview at the 66-year-old’s Manhattan mansion on August 16 last year
The pedophile was found hanged in New York jail cell from an apparent suicide on Saturday

By EMILY CRANE
DAILYMAIL.COM
13 August 2019

Jeffrey Epstein once bragged to a New York Times columnist about having potentially damaging information on rich, famous and powerful people, including details about their drug use and sexual tendencies.

The billionaire and convicted sex offender claimed in an interview last year that a number of influential people had told him their secrets.

Epstein revealed the details to columnist James B. Stewart in an interview at the 66-year-old’s Manhattan mansion on August 16 last year.

In a piece for the New York Times on Monday – just days after Epstein was found hanging in his federal jail cell – Stewart recalled arriving at the billionaire pedophile’s home and being greeted by a blonde woman in her twenties.

‘The overriding impression I took away from our roughly 90-minute conversation was that Mr Epstein knew an astonishing number of rich, famous and powerful people, and had photos to prove it,’ Stewart said.

‘He also claimed to know a great deal about these people, some of it potentially damaging or embarrassing, including details about their supposed sexual proclivities and recreational drug use.’

Epstein apparently didn’t divulge names during his conversation with Stewart but told him that people often confided in him because of his own scandalous past, including being a registered sex offender and pleading guilty to soliciting prostitution for underage girls.

Stewart said that Epstein made no secret of his past and acknowledged that he was a ‘pariah in polite society’.

‘At the same time, he seemed unapologetic. His very notoriety, he said, was what made so many people willing to confide in him,’ Stewart wrote.

‘Everyone, he suggested, has secrets and, he added, compared with his own, they seemed innocuous. People confided in him without feeling awkward or embarrassed, he claimed.’

The columnist had reached out to Epstein regarding rumors he was advising Tesla’s Elon Musk and their conversation was for background and not meant to be attributed to the financier.

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