Newly-unveiled court documents have revealed private messages between disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and former JP Morgan executive Jes Staley, and they are just as disgusting as you would expect.
Epstein, who infamously died in prison while awaiting trial in August 2019, even asked Staley which Disney ‘character’ – which many suggest means an underaged girl – he would “like next.”
The Independent reports:
Emails between Jeffrey Epstein and former JPMorgan executive Jes Staley have been revealed – including one in which the banking boss was asked if he “needed anything.”
The exchanges between Epstein and Mr Staley were filed on Wednesday by the government of the US Virgin Islands in its lawsuit claiming that JP Morgan facilitated Epstein’s sex trafficking ring by handling his payments to recruiters and victims. According to court documents, JPMorgan serviced approximately 55 Epstein accounts between 1998 and 2013 – years after the paedophile was first arrested in Florida for soliciting minors.
Mr. Staley, then head of private bank at JPMorgan, exchanged more than 1,000 emails from his work account with Epstein between 2008 and 2012. The state argues in its most recent filing that at least one of those exchanges pertained to Epstein procuring young women to Mr Staley while the latter was visiting London.
In one of the emails, Epstein asked Mr. Staley if he “needed anything” while in England’s capital, to which Mr. Staley allegedly answered yes. Mr Staley later responded “that was fun,” and, “Say hi to Snow White,” prosecutors said in the documents.
When Epstein asked, “[W]hat character would you like next?”, Mr. Staley reportedly answered: “Beauty and the Beast.” The Virgin Islands government alleges that the men used the names of Disney princesses as code for the women that Epstein trafficked — with Epstein also emailing Mr. Staley “photos of young women in seductive poses.”
Here is a piece of the document detailing the alleged email:
The date stamps on the emails allegedly matched Epstein’s payments to the same young woman from his JPMorgan account, the filing states.
Staley, who has denied the allegations, also discussed visits to Epstein’s private island Little St. James in those emails.
In a 2009 email, Mr. Staley reportedly told Epstein that Little St James was “an amazing place.” At the time, Epstein was on home arrest for soliciting minors in Florida.
“Presently, I’m in the hot tub with a glass of white wine,” the email by Mr. Staley allegedly read. “Next time, we’re here together. I owe you much. And I deeply appreciate our friendship. I have few so profound.”
The pair allegedly went on to meet in New York City, where Epstein was allowed to travel to meet with his legal team, Bloomberg reported.
Mr. Staley’s name and several of his phone numbers appear in Epstein’s 92-page “black book” of contacts, according to Vanity Fair. Mr. Staley admitted that he continued his relationship with the disgraced financier for seven years after Epstein was convicted of procuring a child for prostitution in 2008.
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