Episode: Chapter Eight: The Hunt for a Monster


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Chapter Eight: The Hunt for a Monster

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.


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