Epstein’s Victims: Fetishes Revealed

The most recent set of court documents regarding disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein discloses a testimony from one of his accusers, Sarah Ransome. Ransome, who was 22 when brought into Epstein’s sex trafficking scheme, claimed that all girls arriving at Epstein’s private island, Little St. James, located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, were provided with Victoria’s Secret bikinis and nightwear by Epstein. In her deposition, Ransome confirmed, “Yes. All of the outfits — there were clothes that were provided on the island by Jeffrey Epstein, which were all Victoria’s Secret clothing: bikinis, nightwear.”

This testimony echoes previous revelations from documents released last week concerning Epstein and his associate Ghislaine Maxwell. Those documents noted that victims of the trafficking ring were given Victoria’s Secret clothing, and some were enticed into the ring with the promise of becoming a model for the brand.

Joseph Recarey, a former police detective in Palm Beach, Florida, who led the investigation into Epstein’s solicitation of minors, stated in a released deposition last week that girls were recruited under the pretense of a massage or the prospect of becoming a model for Victoria’s Secret.

Epstein had a long-standing association with billionaire Les Wexner, the founder of L Brands, which owned Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works at the time. Wexner hired Epstein as his financial manager in the 1980s, a role Epstein held until 2007 when Wexner severed ties with him. In 2019, Wexner accused Epstein of misappropriating vast sums of money while managing his finances, some of which Wexner was able to recover.

Ghislaine Maxwell, in one of her depositions, vehemently denied providing “an outfit of a sexual nature” for Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre to wear for Wexner. FOX Business reached out to Wexner for comment, and he has consistently denied knowledge of the alleged incident and Epstein’s abuses.

Wexner was also mentioned in documents released last week as a person with knowledge of Epstein and Maxwell’s “sexual trafficking conduct and interaction with underage minors.” Wexner retired as CEO of L Brands in 2020, and in 2021, L Brands was split into two entities, with Bath & Body Works and Victoria’s Secret continuing to trade as separate entities.