Lana Pozhidaeva is president of a New York-based charity called Education Advance, which received a majority of its $56,000 in revenues from Epstein in 2017.
Last October, Epstein tried donating to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee—only to see his money returned three days later. “Without second thought, the DCCC immediately refunded this unsolicited donation,” one committee spokesperson told The Daily Beast at the time.
In New York, Epstein is listed as a level 3 (sex) offender, a designation given to those who are at a “high risk of repeat offense and a threat to public safety exists,” according to the state’s Division of Criminal Justice Services.
Darren K. Indyke—an attorney for Epstein who in October 2015 represented the billionaire during a deposition of Alan Dershowitz—filed trademark paperwork for Pozhidaeva’s latest project, WE Talks. The company bills itself as a monthly event series for female entrepreneurs and recently hosted a media mixer for media professionals who’ve been laid off, and a competition to win $10,000 from investors.
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