Document dump reveals creepy phone messages left for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Document dump reveals creepy phone messages left for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Transcripts of creepy phone messages left for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein — which include providing him “females” — were revealed in unsealed documents in connection with a defamation case against his recruiter Ghislaine Maxwell.

The photos of the telephone message books were obtained by authorities through a search warrant in 2005 and include communications from Jean Luc Brunel, a modeling agency honcho who is alleged to have had sex with one of Epstein’s teenaged accusers.

“He just did a good one — 18 years — (She spoke to me & said ‘I love Jeffrey’),” Brunel said in an undated phone call, according to a photo of the message book.

“He has a teacher for you to teach you how to speak Russian,” Brunel said in another phone call on Sept. 1, 2005, according to the documents. “She is 2 X 8 [16] years old not blonde. Lessons are free and you can have 1st today if you call.”

Other messages from unknown callers include communications such as, “I have female for him” and “want to know if she should bring her friend with tonight,” according to the documents.

The messages were taken for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein by someone answering his calls and writing the information down on paper.

They were made public as part of 2,000 pages of documents that were unsealed in Manhattan federal court related to Virginia Giuffre’s defamation lawsuit against British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.

In a deposition, Giuffre said she was trafficked to MIT professor Marvin Minsky, who died in 2016 at age 88, as well as former Maine Sen. George Mitchell, ex-New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and money manager Glenn Dubin, whose wife, Eva, is an ex-girlfriend of Epstein’s.

The documents also contain allegations the Maxwell tried to force a 15-year-old girl to have sex with Epstein by threatening her and stealing her passport.

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