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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

August 19, 2020

JEFFREY Epstein had 150 creepy eyeballs mounted on a wall in his infamous New York mansion as he warned guests and staff they were "being watched at all times".

Gypsy Gita, 70, who worked for Epstein from 2001 to 2005, described the $71million property as "creepy" and like walking into a "weird, warped world".

The Native American spiritual healer said he was introduced to Epstein and his alleged “madam” Ghislaine Maxwell by Donald Trump, who passed on his number.

Describing Epstein's mansion, Mr Gita told the Mail on Sunday: "There was this huge wall of prosthetic eyeballs. There must have been 150 at least.

“Jeffrey would say, 'Don't forget you are being watched at all times.'”

Epstein has long been claimed to have kept photographs and videos of the powerful and famous friends who visited him at his properties.

He is alleged to have used covert CCTV coverage to get dirt on visitors to his properties - such as at his New York mansion and his home in Palm Beach.

Epstein is also alleged to have bragged "people owe me favors" - and believed a cache of blackmail content he had accrued would allow him to escape prosecution.

Victims have even claimed Epstein had a security room in his New York home which "monitored everything" - including the toilets and bedrooms.

Mr Gita said Epstein always wore a “uniform” of Harvard or Yale university sweatshirts when he arrived to massage him - despite not going to either school.

The healer said: “He always had this smirk on his face, like he was the smartest guy in the room.”

But he added: “I just thought he was weird.”

Dad-of-two Mr Gita insists he was never aware of any underage girls at Epstein's properties.

And he said Epstein “would be dead” if he’d had any inkling he was abusing kids.

He also revealed his regret that he introduced Chauntae Davies to the vile pervert – who says he went on to traffic her as a sex slave.

Davies claimed in Netflix documentary Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich that the pervert millionaire "had a lot of information on people, and a lot of blackmail videos".

Her revelations followed claims made last year by Maria Farmer, who alleges she was abused by the disgraced pedo when she was a 26-year-old aspiring model in 1996.

She said that guests were secretly filmed in every bedroom and toilet of his New York City home.

While appearing on CBS This Morning, Maria said that Epstein's plush home was under constant surveillance and showed off his "media room".

Maria saw how scores of covert cameras enabled him to see what was going on in toilets and bedrooms.

She added: "I was like I’m never going to use the restroom here and I am never going to sleep here."

A Palm Beach Post article reported cops found hidden cameras in two rooms as Epstein's home in Florida - including inside a clock on his desk.

Epstein's alleged "madam" Maxwell is currently in prison awaiting her day in court over her links to the sex trafficking scheme.

Last year, alleged she claimed that Epstein would film guests on his private island Little Saint James.

Vanity Fair reported that the child abuser was likely “videotaping everyone on the island as an insurance policy, as blackmail.”.

And in 2018, Epstein told a New York Times journalist that he had dirt on an “astonishing number” of celebrities and powerful people.

He told writer James B. Stewart that A-listers confided in him about their sexual interests and drug use because of his notoriety.

Mr Stewart wrote: “The overriding impression I took away from our roughly 90-minute conversation was that Mr Epstein knew an astonishing number of rich, famous and powerful people, and had photos to prove it.

“He also claimed to know a great deal about these people, some of it potentially damaging or embarrassing, including details about their supposed sexual proclivities and recreational drug use.”

He added: "Everyone, he suggested, has secrets and, he added, compared with his own, they seemed innocuous. People confided in him without feeling awkward or embarrassed.”

Mr Gita also recalled he massaged Prince Andrew at Epstein's mansion in New York, describing him as "arrogant and strange".

He said he was "aloof and odd" and "off" in a way that he couldn't "put his finger on".

The Duke of York strongly denies any allegations of wrongdoing during his friendship with Epstein and Maxwell.

Andrew is accused of sleeping with Epstein sex slave Virginia Roberts at Maxwell's townhouse in London in March 2001 when she was just 17.

Maxwell has been accused of taking part in the grooming and abuse of dozens of underage girls by Epstein.

The current charges against her relate to allegations by three alleged victims in particular.

She has pleaded not guilty, and her lawyers have accused the victims of trying to turn her into a scapegoat since the death of Epstein.

Epstein killed himself (NOT) in his cell at a New York prison in August last year while awaiting trial on charges - depriving many victims of justice.


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