Details of Jeffrey Epstein’s trafficking in Monday’s indictment mirror the accounts of many underage women in Florida, who described several “schedulers” who organized his sex sessions and one young woman, as Epstein’s “sex slave,” who would participate in the abuse while the billionaire watched.
When prosecutors gave Jeffrey Epstein a plea deal in 2007, they also agreed not to charge four women involved in recruiting dozens of underage girls for abuse.
So where are Epstein’s accomplices now?
Take a look:
Sarah Kellen, Epstein’s former assistant who kept a Rolodex of young girls to recruit for him, is now married to NASCAR driver Brian Vickers. Along with traveling with her husband, the 39-year-old (who also goes by the name Sarah Kensington) is the owner of an interior-design firm, SLK Designs.
SLK Designs once operated from a building in Midtown Manhattan owned by Epstein’s property-manager brother, Mark Epstein. The condominium listed to take SLK Designs deliveries, at 301 E. 66th St., is the same address where Epstein allegedly rented units to house models.
Nadia Marcinkova, Epstein’s “sex slave” who was accused of participating in sexual encounters with underage girls, is now an FAA-certified commercial pilot and flight instructor. the 33-year-old, who was brought from Yugoslavia to live with Epstein, now goes by the named “Global Girl” on social media and has changed her last name.
“Global Girl (Nadia Marcinko) spent many years in the international marketing and advertising world as an international fashion model and spokesperson, with clients including Chanel, Christian Dior, Valentino, Vogue and MTV. After many successful years in the modeling industry, she was ready for longer runways and became a licensed commercial pilot,” her Facebook account says, adding that she is an “FAA certified flight instructor and Gulfstream II, III & IV pilot.”
Adriana Ross, a former model from Poland who helped organize Jeffrey Epstein’s sex sessions, moved to Florida in 2002 and was hired to work at his mansion. Ross, who often went by Adriana Mucinska and is not directly named in Monday’s indictment, also frequently flew on Epstein’s private jet alongside Bill Clinton, according to flight records.
Ross’ current profession or address was not immediately clear and she could not be reached for comment.
Lesley Groff was another assistant of Epstein who coordinated travel for young girls, often calling to schedule “massages.” Though not directly named in Monday’s indictment, the 51-year-old has been previously named as one of Epstein’s female assistants. According to a 2005 Chicago Tribune story about executive-assistant pay, Epstein divulged his assistants made about $200,000.
Groff currently lives in Connecticut and did not respond to a request for comment.
In Epstein’s controversial 2008 plea deal in Florida—which was granted by then-prosecutor Alexander Acosta and other DOJ attorneys, the four women Sarah Kellen, Adriana Ross, Lesley Groff, and Nadia Marcinkova are named as accomplices in Epstein’s non-prosecution agreement, which sentenced him to 18 months in prison, but also granted immunity to those four women and any other “potential co-conspirators,” identified in the document.
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