Lawsuit alleges that Jeffrey Epstein used hidden cameras to record associates

 February 22, 2024

According to the Daily Mail, last week saw a new lawsuit in connection with deceased sexual predator and finance mogul Jeffrey Epstein.

If the claims made in it are accurate, then former Epstein associates like Bill and Hillary Clinton could have reason to be nervous. 

Lawsuit says Epstein's lawyer and account "knowingly" facilitated his crimes

The lawsuit is being brought by Danielle Bensky and another woman identified only as Jane Doe 3 against attorney Darren Indyke and accountant Richard Kahn, both of whom worked for Epstein.

It maintains that Indyke and Kahn helped to craft the "complex financial infrastructure" that enabled Epstein to prey on his victims.

The two are said to have been "well aware" of how they were providing assistance to Epstein, something they "knowingly and intentionally benefitted" from.

"Defendants organized, controlled, and directed almost every aspect of the Epstein sex-trafficking enterprise," the lawsuit asserts.

"They were officers of virtually every corporate entity that Epstein created to fund and conceal his activities and had signatory authority as to those entities," it adds.

FBI raid turned up "hundreds of cameras" hidden on Epstein's properties

The Daily Mail noted that an attorney for Indyke and Kahn has issued a statement that said his clients were "surprised" by the lawsuit and have denied any wrongdoing on their part.

The filing goes on to contend that Epstein had the rooms in his New York mansion as well as other properties outfitted with a network of hidden cameras.

What's more, the New York mansion also contained "a room in which men that Epstein hired monitored what was happening."

The Daily Mail pointed out how an FBI raid of Epstein's New York home along with his private Caribbean island turned up hundreds of cameras. The devices are said to have been used to collect incriminating information on Epstein's guests as well as keep tabs on his victims.

Flight logs show Bill Clinton took over two dozen trips on Epstein's private jet

Epstein was tied to many prominent individuals throughout his life, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

Fox News reported in 2016 that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) flight logs show Mr. Clinton took at least 26 trips aboard Epstein's private jet, which was nicknamed the "Lolita Express."

This number included at least five flights in which the former president apparently chose to leave his Secret Service security detail behind.

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