Editor’s note: A Palm Beach judge allowed Epstein to fly to his New York brownstone, where we know his sex crimes continued and then off to his private island…all unsupervised while supposedly serving a sentence for child rape.
And it gets worse, so much worse for the man who introduced the former Slovenian model, now first lady, New York big mouth and scam artist Donald Trump, who stands accused of child rape as well….
Daily Beast: An attorney representing Jeffrey Epstein accusers said Tuesday that at least one woman has come forward to say she was abused while the financier was on work release as part of his lenient 2007 plea deal.
“It was not for some business arrangement and it was for… improper sexual contact,” Edwards said, adding that the new accusers said they were under 21, though they may not have been minors.
“He just wasn’t in jail. He only slept there. He was in his office most of the day and what I can tell you he had visitors, female visitors,” Edwards said.
“All I can say is more than one person that visited him,” Edwards said, declining to provide more details because of ongoing litigation. “They believed they were going there for something other than a sexual purpose.
and from the Palm Beach Post:
“Instead of walking directly to and from work, Epstein was simply taking a stroll, which violated the terms of his house arrest, police claimed. Probation officials dismissed the complaint after Epstein insisted he had been taking a circuitous route to work.
Probation officials were equally unfazed when they knocked on the door of his mansion, no one answered and the officer saw Epstein’s car drive off. When the officer returned later, Epstein appeared at the door. Since the officer said he couldn’t confirm Epstein was driving the car, he concluded no violation occurred, reports show.
He was allowed to fly to his private U.S. Virgin Islands estate
But, Epstein was often not home. He regularly got permission to fly to New York, Boston and Miami. He flew back and forth between Little James Island, his private estate in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath, who approved the travel, said Epstein couldn’t be gone more than one night, couldn’t travel on weekends and his trips had to be for business or legal matters. He also had to alert his probation officers 48 hours in advance.
However, Epstein didn’t have to report where he went or who he met with.