Editor’s Note: What? Epstein gay? Something doesn’t add up. Accuser says she was molested by both Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell and also calls out Leslie Wexner and his wife, Abigail for being aware of this molestation which took place at their New Albany, Ohio home where she was held against her will by Wexner’s security staff. Wexner denies knowing of Epstein’s alleged crimes. Wexner’s denies are not plausible. The board of Wexner’s company, L Brands, has hired an outside law firm to conduct a review of the relationship. It seems Wexner’s relationship with Epstein has not been good for business of late.
Epstein accuser holds Victoria’s Secret billionaire responsible, as he keeps his distance
by Sarah Ellison and Jonathan O’Connell
NEW ALBANY, Ohio — The first time the artist Maria Farmer says she heard the name of fashion billionaire Leslie Wexner, she recalled, was when her employer, financier Jeffrey Epstein, told her, “Les loves me. He’ll let me do anything.”
Farmer, then 26, had just been invited to create two large-scale paintings for the upcoming film “As Good As It Gets,” starring Jack Nicholson. Epstein offered Farmer an unexpected location to do the work in the summer of 1996: an expansive country home in New Albany, Ohio, located amid 336 acres of land owned by Wexner and guarded in part by sheriff’s deputies employed by the longtime chief executive of Victoria’s Secret and The Limited.
It was there, Farmer said in an affidavit she submitted as part of an Epstein-related lawsuit, that she was molested by Epstein and his associate Ghislaine Maxwell.