Strange things keep happening to people with information about the Jeffrey Epstein case. The Billionaire charged with the sex trafficking of minors was found dead in his cell last month. Since then, anyone that has any info on the case either goes dark or disappear altogether.
The most recent, a millionaire thought to have critical information on Mr. Jeffrey Epstein has vanished without a trace, according to a report released by the Daily Mail. The Daily Mail reports that the millionaire, Jean-Luc Brunel, was wanted for questioning in three different countries, including the U.S.
The Daily Mail wrote:
“Jean-Luc Brunel, 72, has vanished as police seek to ask the Frenchman ‘urgent’ questions about the pedophile.
Investigators are making inquiries in Brazil, the U.S. and Europe and French prosecutors are also pursuing claims relating to the financier, who died aged 66 before he could face the latest allegations.
A friend of Prince Andrew, predator Epstein killed himself in jail on August 10 as he faced child sex trafficking charges.
Brunel – who founded New York’s MC2 – denies any involvement with crimes committed by Epstein.”
Brunel’s denials that he’s had any involvement with Epstein’s crimes have been met with skepticism. Authorities are wondering why he disappeared if he is innocent of participating in the crimes Epstein committed. Usually, people who are innocent don’t run, police say.
Interestingly, Epstein accusers previously alleged that Mr. Brunel was a “scout” for Mr. Epstein, whose job it was to procure underage models for Epstein to abuse. Also thought to be in the mix is Victoria Secret’s CEO, Leslie Wexner.
In retrospect, Epstein had a two-decade-long reign as close confidant, financial manager, and right hand to the lingerie corporation’s chief executive officer, Leslie Wexner. He even had the CEO’s power of attorney at one time.
Although he wasn’t an official employee at Victoria’s Secret, Epstein also influenced the way the lingerie company operated. He also had a say and had an association with the division’s chief marketing officer, Ed Razek. In 2005, for example, Razek was a guest at Epstein’s Manhattan mansion, welcomed by young women who said they were working as models for Epstein.
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Epstein wasn’t even supposed to be around the models at Victoria Secret.
“Jeffrey Epstein was supposed to be history at Victoria’s Secret—and at its parent company, L Brands Inc., for that matter—but he’s that skeleton that keeps rattling around the closet to remind everyone that he once was an all-too-lively part of the business.”
According to the same report, Ed Razek told William Mook, head of Mok Industries in Columbus, Ohio, that Victoria’s Secret used Epstein models. Razek also told Mook that “Epstein’s girls were in “the major league,” Mook says.
The Jeffrey Epstein rabbit hole gets deeper and deeper every week.