90 Miles From Tyranny : Modeling Agent Alleged to Have Dirt on Jeffrey Epstein Vanishes ‘Like a Ghost’

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Modeling Agent Alleged to Have Dirt on Jeffrey Epstein Vanishes ‘Like a Ghost’

A modeling agency CEO alleged to possess key information regarding the late Jeffrey Epstein’s sex crimes has disappeared like a “ghost… without a trace,” according to the Daily Mail.

The British tabloid says the former Epstein associate is Frenchman Jean-Luc Brunel, who founded the New York City-based modeling agency MC2. The Mail states investigators have sought assistance from authorities in the United States, Europe, and Brazil to track down the elusive Brunel.

Former MC2 model Svetlana Pozhidaeva was photographed at Epstein’s $77-million Manhattan mansion in 2016. Reports of Brunel’s disappearance comes after French prosecutors launched a separate investigation into Epstein’s alleged sex crimes.

Last week, the Daily Mail published a photo of Brunel cuddling with Ghislaine Maxwell, a longtime friend and alleged procurer of underage girls, at Epstein’s “Little Saint James” private Caribbean Island.

Epstein owned a home in Paris, where Brunel also reportedly lived. The agency boss is said to have visited Brazil at the beginning of the summer to search for new modeling talent. However, locating Brunel has proven difficult, as investigators say he is “uncontactable” because he has no address or social media accounts, according to the Mail.

Last week, a judge formally ended the criminal case against Epstein, but not without a final tribute to the women who spoke out against the financier.

U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman took the procedural step of adding his initials to an order dismissing the indictment that charged the 66-year-old Epstein with conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors and sex trafficking of minors in the early 2000s in Florida and New York.

In requesting the action 10 days earlier, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman, who is not related to the judge, noted that the law required the dismissal after Epstein killed himself in jail August 10th while he was awaiting trial.

Though anticipated, Berman’s action included a reference to a last Tuesday court hearing where 16 women spoke about their claims against Epstein of sexual abuse, some committed when they were under the age of...

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