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Jeffrey Epstein, the man President Trump once called a “terrific guy” abused hundreds of underage girls while entertaining the world’s most powerful men, including Prince Andrew, President Clinton, and Trump himself. With shocking new interviews and expert insights, this investigative series reveals—for the first time—the full story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Epstein: Devil in the Darkness is narrated by Danielle Robay.
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Jeffrey Epstein abused hundreds of underage girls while entertaining princes and presidents. This investigative series premiering on Thursday, September 12th offers a raw look at the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Trace the rise of sex monster Jeffrey Epstein from middle-class Brooklyn to the heights of the international elite. In exclusive interviews, former friends and colleagues reveal how he climbed the ladder from public school to Wall Street, amassing a fortune that enabled his darkest fantasies to come to life. 
Jeffrey Epstein rose from nothing to the confidant of presidents, royalty, prime ministers, and Hollywood’s A List...but where did his money come from? Former friends, staffers, and colleagues reveal the truth about his shady financial affairs - and even shadier lifestyle - as we go inside the luxurious properties that his billions bought him. For the first time, his personal chauffeur and his New Mexico massage handler speak out.
Explore the extraordinary circle of influential men that Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell called friends and colleagues, thanks to Epstein’s little black book. From British Prime Minister Tony Blair, to Hollywood A-Listers such as Kevin Spacey, the book is a who’s who of the international elite. Also included are President Bill Clinton – who flew on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private jet no fewer than 26 times – and President Donald Trump, who said of Epstein: “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.” How well did these men know Epstein? And how much did they know about his dark side? Do they have dark secrets of their own? In a world-exclusive interview, we talk to a former Palm Beach County Sheriff who claims he has blackmail materials compiled by Epstein. 
Chapter Four: Randy Andy

Chapter Four: Randy Andy

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One notorious member of Jeffrey Epstein’s circle was Prince Andrew, second son of the Queen of England and eighth in line to the British throne. Andrew met Epstein in the 90s, introduced by Ghislaine Maxwell. In 2001 a photograph was taken in Epstein’s home showing the Prince with his arm around 17-year-old Virginia Roberts, who later stated Epstein had coerced her into sexual relations with the Prince on several occasions. The Palace denies it, but who to believe? In an exclusive interview, Epstein’s New Mexico massage therapist recruiter, reveals a never-before-told eyewitness account of Prince Andrew’s time in the desert compound – with a different beautiful young woman. 
In January 2015, Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleged that as a 17-year-old she had been held as a sex slave by Jeffrey Epstein – and was not only abused by him and accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, but was trafficked to many high profile and powerful men. Maxwell denies it, but Virginia's diary contains horrifying details of her time with Epstein, and how he used her to procure other underage girls for himself and his friends. In this episode, we dive deep into Virginia’s diary to see what it reveals about Virginia, Epstein, Prince Andrew, and the failure of the American justice system to protect girls like her. Plus, listen to long-buried police victim interviews with several other young girls who had a similarly horrifying tale to tell.  
No longer living in fear, Jeffrey Epstein’s former employees have come forward to reveal what they witnessed behind closed doors – for the very first time. His longtime chauffeur gives an exclusive interview that delves into Epstein's young female passengers and his confessions to friends of paranoia and sick perversions. The woman tasked with finding Epstein and Prince Andrew young massage therapists in New Mexico shares stories from inside the infamous estate, and other ranch hands explain why they could not go to the authorities about what they witnessed.
Who exactly is Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend, best friend, and alleged sidekick Ghislaine Maxwell? We profile the heiress who is said to be complicit in Epstein's crimes and introduced him to powerful men including Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton as well as Britain's Prince Andrew. Will she face justice? Where is she? And what does the Russian mafia have to do with all of this?
Jeffrey Epstein’s sordid world was finally exposed when a mother contacted the Palm Beach Police Department with an allegation that her 14-year-old stepdaughter had been taken to his mansion and paid $300 to strip and massage him. It was the beginning of a 13-month investigation that would not only lay bare the extent of the billionaire’s perversions, but would expose an underground, underage sex ring involving some of the most powerful men in the world. In the words of Epstein’s victims, listen to the disturbing details of what police uncovered. Victim attorney Spencer Kuvin recalls how the investigation unfolded.WARNING: This episode contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.
Police interviewed dozens of victims of Jeffrey Epstein and recommended a charge of at least four counts of unlawful sex with minors. But, in a scandalous miscarriage of justice, Epstein was allowed to plead guilty to soliciting prostitution – a plea deal that has been described as an example of a “defendant and government working together against the victims.” Sentenced to 18 months in prison, he was housed in his own wing, allowed out for 12 hours a day, and granted visitors, including women. Alexander Acosta, the State Attorney who brokered the deal, says he was told Epstein was “above [his] pay grade” and to “leave it alone”. Who was pulling the strings? Acosta was a member of Donald Trump’s Cabinet until after Epstein’s arrest, when he resigned. In this episode, attorneys and investigators who worked on that case at the time explain how Epstein got away with his sweetheart deal – and why it was a massive mistake.
Jeffrey Epstein was released from prison in 2010, but the fight for justice never stopped. Years later, he was hit with a barrage of civil cases that would eventually result in his arrest in July 2019 on sex trafficking charges. We now focus on the July 6th police raid of his Manhattan townhouse, the extraordinary cache of explicit evidence found there, exactly what the new charges are, and what revelations the new trial was set to uncover...including the testimony Epstein may have been preparing to give. 
Jeffrey Epstein's cellmate, and the witness to his first suicide attempt, breaks his silence. In this world exclusive interview, the cellmate reveals what he saw in graphic detail, including how Epstein was blue in the face and feet, how the guards mocked the unconscious Epstein as they dropped him from hip height to the ground, and the sound his skull made as it cracked on the floor. We learn of the conditions in the Metropolitan Correctional Center: rats, cockroaches and no toilet paper; and of the inmates who threatened Epstein, those who protected him, and how the guards treated him.
That Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide was a relief to the world’s most powerful men – including the British Royal Family and the President of the United States – is beyond dispute. His silence puts an end to fears of embarrassing revelations in court, which in turn raises suspicions that he did not take his own life at all. Could Epstein have been an international spy silenced by his handlers? We examine all the circumstances and conspiracies around Epstein’s sudden death, ask why he was taken off suicide watch and how he gathered the materials to end his life, and probe into what his passing means for his victims and for those accused of complicity in his crimes. We will answer the question on everyone’s minds: Who actually killed Jeffrey Epstein? 
Who was Hugh Hefner? Centerfold models, Playboy Bunnies, and other women from the Playboy founder’s inner circle, like TV personality and author Holly Madison, tell journalist Amy Rose Spiegel their side of his story. We hear how Playboy changed their lives, for better and for worse. Beyond the bunny tails are darker questions: What actually went on at the notorious Playboy Mansion? How can we square Hefner's progressive legacy with his abuse of vulnerable people? What can the Playboy saga tell us about sex and power—then and now?
Comments (35)

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I am sick of fast forwarding through the Best Fiends commercials that absolutely sound creepy to me

Sep 28th
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Suzanne Hubbard Gerken

Relistening. Thank you for your work.

Jul 10th
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JuicyBoi

people are mad about the wrong thing. your ads interrupt people mid-sentence. pretty unprofessional.

Nov 11th
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Robyn Francis

Am I the only one that thinks it's kinda creepy that KY Jelly is a sponsor? Also, why are the victims being called young women? They were children.

Feb 9th
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Trent Andrushko

Listened to one episode and stopped. Only Epstein podcast that was so trash I had to stop.

Jan 19th
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Danielle Louise

Biased against Trump much?? Clinton was casually mentioned but he said he wasn't on the plane much and it was pointed out that was a lie and that was basically it... what about how Epstein was a founding member of the Clinton Global Initiative. So naturally that would make it even more suspicious of Clinton to be involved instead of how the podcast tried to whisk it away as work.

Jan 9th
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Roseann Silva Carlino

Lisa Bloom???check out her connection to Harvey Weinstein

Nov 14th
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Unicorn 1

very repetitive!!

Nov 12th
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Nick DeCarlo

love the podcast but there's so much repeating back to back through out the entire series...

Nov 8th
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Steve Harrison

not another stupid Epstein podcast cashing in..it's rubbish don't waste your time.

Nov 2nd
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Ani

Random Dude: "he was the worst abuser of young women in the history of America" Christopher Columbus: "..am I a joke to you?"

Oct 31st
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L. Ashbrooke

WTF is this chauffeur asking why the pilots didn't come forward sooner, saying they were greedy, they must have known etc. HE picked up girls for Jeffrey too. It's very hard for anyone to believe that he didn't know either. I actually get why they didn't come forward. It's easy to see how Jeffrey would have intimidated and threatened the hell out of them to shut them up, but the chauffeur saying these things about fellow employees is hypocritical AF.

Oct 17th
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V was here

Not sure I feel right about entering "Epstein" for 25 bucks off pearly whites. He's a serial predator, and he raped children.

Oct 11th
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David Berriman

Doesn't anybody find it weird that super leftist Democrat operatives Gloria Alred and her daughter, so quickly became the lawyers for the accusers?

Oct 10th
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Royal Ottmar

very interesting. There is one thing I find irratating though. the volume if the nariator and the responder are not oven close. I listen to it in my car. when one person asks a question, I have to have my sound turned up, or it is hard to hear. when the other responds, it is MUCH louder and I am constantly adjusting the control. Very irritating and distracting.

Oct 5th
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David Berriman

Oh wow.....some truth about BJC. I can't believe it. Good work.

Oct 4th
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Sommar McKoin

Great podcast!!!

Oct 4th
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Michael Brock

This information that has emerged whether you agree or not is irresistibly powerful and needs to be further exposed!!

Sep 29th
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Dianna W

castbox app is not allowing me to subscribe

Sep 25th
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David Berriman

What a sack of excrement this podcast has become as you f-ing idiots erroneously try to tie Trump to Epstein. Utter BS and you should be ashamed of your filthy selves for trying to pass off such baseless trash as fact. Unlike Clinton and Epstein, they were NEVER close friends and you owe everyone an apology and a retraction.

Sep 25th
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