By Patty McMurray at 100 Percent FED Up –
Jeffrey Epstein pimp, Jean Luc Brunel, head of the prestigious Karin modeling agency, was found dead in his prison cell in France this morning. His suspicious hanging death with no witnesses (like his billionaire pedophile friend’s hanging death) is being called a “suicide” by French authorities.
Jean Luc Brunel was being held in the French prison while an investigation into the rape of minors and trafficking of minors for sexual exploitation was taking place. Curiously, there were allegedly no cameras in the prison cell with the high-profile accused child rapist.
ABC7 NY reports – Victims of the alleged abuse described shock and dismay that the agent, Jean-Luc Brunel, will never face trial. They described his death as a double blow after Epstein killed himself in 2019 in a Manhattan jail while awaiting sex-trafficking charges.
A frequent companion of Epstein, Brunel was considered central to the French investigation into the alleged sexual exploitation of women and girls by the U.S. financier and his circle. Epstein often traveled to France and had apartments in Paris.
In 1988, Diane Sawyer of 60 Minutes interviewed several models who were allegedly victims of Jean Lucas Brunel. Their stories are horrifying.
The Daily Mail reports – Controversy over Epstein’s death has been fueled by the fact that prison video cameras at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correction Center were not running at the time Epstein died in the cell he shared with another inmate.
Prosecutors in Paris confirmed Brunel, who is not believed to have been on suicide watch, was found hanging in his cell in La Santé, in the south of the capital city, in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Brunel is thought to have been alone at the time of his death, and there were no cameras to record his final hours, according to an investigating source at La Santé – one of the toughest jails in France.
‘A night patrol found his lifeless body at about 1 am,’ said an investigating source. ‘A judicial inquiry has been launched, and early evidence points to suicide.’
A French judicial inquiry into Brunel’s conduct was opened in August 2019, when prosecutors heard allegations that Brunel and the Queen’s second son Prince Andrew shared a lover.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, an American, had told lawyers she was employed as a ‘sex slave’ when she was forced to sleep with the Duke of York after being trafficked to him at least three times when she was 17.
Almost all of the accusations leveled against Brunel were from the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, meaning they fell outside the 20-year limit for prosecuting sex crimes in France.
This meant that Brunel was considered ‘untouchable’ by police who nicknamed him ‘The Ghost’ as he carried on living and working in the French capital while frequently traveling abroad on scouting assignments and holidays.
This article originally appeared at 100 Percent FED Up and was republished with permission.
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