BREAKING: New Documents Reveal Jeffrey Epstein Used To Offer Young “Disney Princesses” To A Former Top Executive From JPMorgan
Newly released court documents revealed that Jeffrey Epstein was “very close” to Jes Staley, a former top-level executive from JPMorgan Chase, and Epstein would email him pictures of young girls.
Despite being flagged, Epstein was reportedly using JPMorgan Chase accounts to pay out sex trafficking victims.
Staley had a 30-year-long career at JPMorgan Chase until he resigned in 2013 before becoming the chief executive of the financial institution in 2009.
Staley joined Barclays as the CEO, however, in 2021, he was forced to step down from the position, following the investigation into his connection with Epstein.
The court documents revealed:
In August 2009, Staley sent an email to Epstein, to inform Epstein about his visit to London the next week. Epstein allegedly asked him if he wanted anything and the JPMorgan executive said “Yep.”
In December 2009, Staley told Epstein, “I realize the danger in sending this email. But it was great to be able, today, to give you, in New York City, a long heartfelt hug.”
Furthermore, the documents alleged that the convicted pedophile “emailed Staley photos of young women in seductive poses.”
The lawsuit also disclosed that Staley sailed to Epstein’s private island on his yacht in January 2010.
Staley allegedly told Epstein:
“Arrived at your harbor. Someday, we have to do this together.”
According to a memorandum filed this Wednesday, Virgin Islands’ lawyers stated that Jes Stayley’s JPMorgan Chase email account had several messages about:
“women who they referred to by the names of Disney princesses that Epstein procured for Staley and discussions of sex with young women.”
The lawsuit revealed that Staley emailed the convicted pedophile in July 2010:
“Maybe they’re tracking u? That was fun. Say hi to Snow White.”
Epstein reportedly replied:
“What character would you like next?”
Staley responded with the name of a Disney princess movie:
“Beauty and the Beast.”
Epstein allegedly replied:
“Well one side is available.”
The lawsuit claimed that:
“Between 2008 and 2012, Staley exchanged approximately 1,200 emails with Epstein from his JP Morgan email account. These communications show a close personal relationship and ‘profound’ friendship between the two men and even suggest that Staley may have been involved in Epstein’s sex-trafficking operation.”
Moreover, the lawsuit also hints that even the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, had full knowledge about Epstein’s collaboration with the bank.
The lawsuit stated:
“JP Morgan’s banking relationship with Epstein was known at the highest levels of the bank. For instance, an August 2008 internal email states, ‘I would count Epstein’s assets as a probable outflow for ’08 ($120mm or so?) as I can’t imagine it will stay (pending Dimon review).'”