Millionaire Model Agency Boss and Close Friend of Jeffrey Epstein — Who Is Thought to Have Information on the Epstein Case — Has Disappeared
Jeffrey Epstein once allegedly had three 12-year-old girls flown in from France and delivered to him as a birthday present, a former “sex slave” says in newly released court documents.
The allegations, reported in August by Joseph Curl, are contained in more than 2,000 pages of a 2005 civil suit brought by Virginia Guiffre, who claims she was forced to become a sex slave for the psychotic billionaire. Those documents were released Aug. 9 — just hours before Epstein allegedly committed suicide.
According to Guiffre, the three young girls from poor families were flown in and molested by Epstein. The French girls worked from MC2, the modeling agency owned by Jean Luc Brunel, a longtime acquaintance and frequent guest of Epstein’s.
The Daily Beast reported the outrageous charges.
The details that eventually emerged were often shocking and occasionally bizarre. For Epstein’s birthday one year, according to allegations in a civil suit, he was presented with three 12-year-old girls from France, who were molested then flown back to Europe the next day. These same civil complaints allege that young girls from South America, Europe, and the former Soviet republics, few of whom spoke English, were recruited for Epstein’s sexual pleasure. According to a former bookkeeper, a number of the girls worked for MC2, the modeling agency owned by Jean Luc Brunel, a longtime acquaintance and frequent guest of Epstein’s. Brunel received $1 million from the billionaire around the time he started the agency.
Epstein’s friend Jean-Luc Brunel had such a reputation of abusing models that 60 Minutes did a segment on him years ago.
But now millionaire Jean-Luc Brunel — who is thought to have information on the Epstein case — has mysteriously disappeared.
The Daily Mail reported:
A millionaire model agency boss who is thought to have key information about the Jeffrey Epstein scandal ‘has disappeared like a ghost without a trace’.
Jean-Luc Brunel, 72, has vanished as police seek to ask the Frenchman ‘urgent’ questions about the paedophile.
Investigators are making enquiries in Brazil, the US 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.