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A Frenchman is among the names of powerful men involved in the case of Epstein, the American billionaire charged in July for sex trafficking and died Saturday, August 10. Mannequins agent Jean-Luc Brunel, whose MC 2 Model Management company is based in New York, Miami and Tel Aviv, is quoted in court documents released Friday, August 9, the day before the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein in his cell in New York.

Jean-Luc Brunel would be involved in recruiting girls, often minors, with whom the fallen financier had sex in his many properties. The French lawyer did not wish to comment on these accusations.

These are being carried by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, whom Jeffrey Epstein would have forced to have sex with him and other men of power. In addition to Jean-Luc Brunel, former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, Prince Andrew, a former Senator, a financier and a former MIT scientist are cited in these documents, which stem from a defamation complaint initiated in 2016 by the former companion of Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell. Virginia Roberts Giuffre accused the latter of having participated in the recruitment of girls on behalf of his ex-companion.

This is not the first time that the name of Jean-Luc Brunel, known to have discovered Christy Turlington and Milla Jovovich in particular, is associated with that of Epstein. In 2015, Virginia Roberts Giuffre accused the Frenchman of recruiting "dozens of minors" for "Feed the strong appetite" by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell "To have sex with minors". She also claimed to have participated in orgies with the officer and had sex with him several times between the ages of 16 and 19. At the time, he had "strongly denied" to have "participated, directly or indirectly, in the actions of Mr Jeffrey Epstein". None of the men named in the documents disclosed on Friday were prosecuted in connection with the case.


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