Investigators are turning up the heat on four women accused of procuring underage age girls for Jeffrey Epstein’s sickening pedophile child sex slave network.
The four women — Sarah Kellen, Lesley Groff, Adriana Ross and Nadia Marcinkova — were granted immunity in the high-flying horndog’s 2008 sweetheart prosecution deal in Florida.
Now, uncertainty surrounding whether the plea deal extends to New York’s jurisdiction means the pedophile’s potential pimps could be charged in the Big Apple, according to The New York Times.
They are accused of providing a steady supply of young girls for the hedge fund headcase to indulge his disgusting desires — setting Epstein’s appointments, paying the girls, and helping to cover up his taste for underage lechery.
411: Lesley Groff, 53, one of Epstein’s alleged sex recruiters, worked as Epstein’s executive assistant for nearly 20 years, The New York Times reports. In a 2005 interview, Groff claimed she would answer Epstein’s phone and managed his schedule which led to a bond between the two.
“I know what he is thinking,” she said.
Groff also allegedly managed the travel and accommodations for the many underage girls Epstein molested. And Groff herself was made to adhere to a strict diet to ensure she kept a figure that was in keeping with Epstein’s taste.
411: Sarah Kellen, 40, who also goes by Sarah Kensington or Sarah Vickers, was second in command to “house madam”, socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, and was even called “the lieutenant” in one report. She is accused of recruiting and scheduling Epstein’s sex sessions in his Palm Beach mansion in the early 2000s.
According to police reports, Kellen laid out lotions and oils in rooms where the sex abuse occurred.
Kellen also allegedly recorded and kept the names and contact information of the girls who gave Epstein erotic massages and would contact them when he was in town to schedule visits. According to the Daily Mail, Kellen tried to reinvent herself by dying her hair brown, changing her name, moving to Hawaii and marrying NASCAR driver Brian Vickers after 2010.
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411: Nadia Marcinkova, 33, was born in Slovakia and brought to America by Epstein when she was a teenager to live with him in Palm Beach until she was in her 20s. Allegedly, Marcinkova was initially a sex slave of Epstein’s who would take part in his orgies that included underage girls. She also regularly flew with Epstein.
In 2005, Marcinkova came under scrutiny after a 16-year-old told police she would make an extra $200 if she performed oral sex on Marcinkova, which led to her being coerced into sex with both Marcinkova and Epstein in future encounters.
She was the CEO of an aviation consulting business named Aviloop – and was a model who worked from 2001 to 2011 and who gained a large following on social media.
411: Adriana Ross was brought from Poland to America by Epstein where she worked as a scheduler in his Palm Beach home, Daily Mail reports. Ross is accused of propping up the sex ring because she’s accused of having a hand in helping set up erotic massages for Epstein.
In the 2008 investigation, Ross was also accused of taking out three computers from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion which investigators believe contained naked photos of his victims.
Ross was also named on several of Epstein’s private jet flight manifests, including one in which Ross flew alongside the former president of the United States Bill Clinton.