In a situation similar to billionaire and convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s demise, one of the guys who assisted him in recruiting girls died in his jail cell of a suspected suicide, and the prison cameras were not turned on.
The Daily Mail said that French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, who is accused of obtaining over a thousand ladies and girls for Epstein to sleep with, was discovered hanging in his cell during a check about 1 AM.
Unfounded conspiracy ideas proliferated rapidly.
“There’s nothing to see here.” It was purely coincidence. No, I understand what you’re thinking. Isn’t this another suicide? We’ll let you take our word for it. We’re also not going to show you any pathology reports or crime scene images. Please leave. Await the invasion. “Just leave,” advised Lionel, a cultural analyst.
“Jean-Luc Brunel committed suicide.” He was accused of obtaining young girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse Ghislaine Maxwell’s friend and was mentioned as one of her abusers by Virginia Guiffre. In France, he was facing trial for sexual abuse. “I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but…” remarked former prosecutor Nazir Afzal.
It comes only days after Prince Andrew, 62, agreed to settle Virginia Roberts’ sex abuse case after they met through Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
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Brunel, 76, was accused by Roberts of obtaining over a thousand women and girls for Epstein to sleep with, and he was awaiting prosecution in France for raping children.
His death in an apparent hanging would fuel conspiracy allegations surrounding the Epstein case, as he died in prison while awaiting trial in what officials claim was a hanging.
He was charged in December 2020 following a two-day interrogation by a court and a specialised team of anti-pedophile police.
He was caught at Charles de Gaulle airport while attempting to board a flight to Dakar, Senegal, claiming to be on holiday.
This comes only a month after Prince Andrew was deprived of his military and royal titles after a court determined that a sexual assault legal complaint against the Queen’s son may be pursued.
Andrew is currently battling the late Jeffrey Epstein’s accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, in court.
Andrew will no longer use the term “His Royal Highness” in any official capacity, according to Buckingham Palace.
This Wednesday, a court declined to dismiss Giuffre’s complaint against Andrews, an American woman who claimed the prince sexually molested her when she was 17 years old.
“Giuffre sued Andrew in August, saying that Epstein and his longtime lover, Ghislaine Maxwell, pressured her into sexual encounters with him in 2001.” Giuffre said Andrew sexually assaulted her in Maxwell’s London house, Epstein’s New York mansion, and his villa in the US Virgin Islands,” according to the report.