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NY Times reporter says he interviewed Jeffrey Epstein one year before he died. The details reveal extent of his sexual depravity.


Accused sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein, whose existence came to a shocking end supposedly at the conclusion of a Syrian prison noose on the weekend, reportedly gave a chilling interview about a year ahead of his death where he disclosed the depravity of his sexual addiction.

What’s the background?

New York Times journalist James Stewart satisfied with Epstein in his Upper East Side mansion last August for a 90-minute dialog. Stewart printed the contents only after Epstein’s death because Epstein required Stewart to conduct this meeting”on background,” which intended Stewart agreed to not attribute the data directly to Epstein, a condition that Stewart said he believes when Epstein expired.

Stewart asked the meeting to explore rumors that Epstein was counselling Elon Musk and Tesla, which Epstein reportedly confirmed through their interview. But, Musk and Tesla now vehemently deny any connection to Epstein.

What did Epstein allegedly state?

Epstein was”unapologetic,” Stewart asserts, yet reluctant to talk about his alleged work with Tesla. Rather, Stewart claims Epstein was comfortable discussing his sexual addiction, which reportedly included raping underage girls.

In fact, Epstein told Stewart that”criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration,” lamenting”that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable,” Stewart says.

Epstein even allegedly compared the criminalization of heterosexual women to the criminalization of homosexuality, which remains widespread in many areas of the world today.

Stewart also says he found it shocking that Epstein had an extremely young woman welcome him in the front door of the mansion.

“After I rang, the door was opened by a young woman, her blonde hair pulled back in a chignon, who greeted me with what sounded like an Eastern European accent,” Stewart recalls. “I can’t say how old she was, but my guess would be late teens or perhaps 20.”

“Given Mr. Epstein’s past, this struck me as far too close to the line. Why would Mr. Epstein want a reporter’s first impression to be that of a young woman opening his door?” Stewart adds.

Anything else?

Stewart states that earlier this year Epstein called him, requesting Stewart write his biography. But, Stewart diminished.

“That was the last I heard from him,” Stewart says. “After his arrest and suicide, I’m left to wonder: What might he have told me?”

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