Jeffrey Epstein reportedly partnered with Victoria's Secret head Les Wexner to build a model town with McMansions costing as much as $4.5 million
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Jeffrey Epstein reportedly partnered with Victoria’s Secret head Les Wexner to build a model town with McMansions costing as much as $4.5 million

McMansions in New Albany, Ohio. Vimeo/The New Albany Company New York-based financier Jeffrey Epstein was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of sex trafficking minors. He pleaded not guilty on July 8. Epstein’s relationship with high-profile figures including L Brands CEO and founder Les Wexner has come under scrutiny over the past few days. Wexner was one of Epstein’s first known clients. According to a lawsuit filed in 2002 by the late artist Nelson Shanks, the two men were "close personal friends." Epstein had a hand in helping Wexner create his own model town in the late ’90s in New Albany, Ohio, where houses sell for as much as $4.5 million today. The relationship between Jeffrey Epstein and Les Wexner has come under close inspection this week after Epstein was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of sex trafficking minors. While a spokesperson for Wexner told Business Insider that the CEO of L Brands, Victoria’s Secret’s parent company, cut ties with Epstein years ago, back in the late ’90s and early 2000s Wexner was one of Epstein’s only known clients. According to a lawsuit filed in 2002 by the late artist Nelson Shanks, the two men were "close personal […]

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