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Jeffrey Epstein, the man President Trump once called a “terrific guy” abused hundreds of underage girls while entertaining the world’s most powerful men, including Prince Andrew, President Clinton, and Trump himself. With shocking new interviews and expert insights, this investigative series reveals—for the first time—the full story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Epstein: Devil in the Darkness is narrated by Danielle Robay.

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    • 4.3 • 110 Ratings

Jeffrey Epstein, the man President Trump once called a “terrific guy” abused hundreds of underage girls while entertaining the world’s most powerful men, including Prince Andrew, President Clinton, and Trump himself. With shocking new interviews and expert insights, this investigative series reveals—for the first time—the full story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Epstein: Devil in the Darkness is narrated by Danielle Robay.

    Introducing, Power: Hugh Hefner

    Introducing, Power: Hugh Hefner

    Who was Hugh Hefner? Centerfold models, Playboy Bunnies, and other women from the Playboy founder’s inner circle, like TV personality and author Holly Madison, tell journalist Amy Rose Spiegel their side of his story. We hear how Playboy changed their lives, for better and for worse. Beyond the bunny tails are darker questions: What actually went on at the notorious Playboy Mansion? How can we square Hefner's progressive legacy with his abuse of vulnerable people? What can the Playboy saga tell us about sex and power—then and now?

    • 4 min
    Chapter Twelve: The Death — Suicide or Conspiracy?

    Chapter Twelve: The Death — Suicide or Conspiracy?

    That Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide was a relief to the world’s most powerful men – including the British Royal Family and the President of the United States – is beyond dispute. His silence puts an end to fears of embarrassing revelations in court, which in turn raises suspicions that he did not take his own life at all. Could Epstein have been an international spy silenced by his handlers? We examine all the circumstances and conspiracies around Epstein’s sudden death, ask why he was taken off suicide watch and how he gathered the materials to end his life, and probe into what his passing means for his victims and for those accused of complicity in his crimes. We will answer the question on everyone’s minds: Who actually killed Jeffrey Epstein? 

    • 30 min
    Chapter Eleven: His Final Minutes

    Chapter Eleven: His Final Minutes

    Jeffrey Epstein's cellmate, and the witness to his first suicide attempt, breaks his silence. In this world exclusive interview, the cellmate reveals what he saw in graphic detail, including how Epstein was blue in the face and feet, how the guards mocked the unconscious Epstein as they dropped him from hip height to the ground, and the sound his skull made as it cracked on the floor. We learn of the conditions in the Metropolitan Correctional Center: rats, cockroaches and no toilet paper; and of the inmates who threatened Epstein, those who protected him, and how the guards treated him.

    • 21 min
    Chapter Ten: Justice Will Be Done

    Chapter Ten: Justice Will Be Done

    Jeffrey Epstein was released from prison in 2010, but the fight for justice never stopped. Years later, he was hit with a barrage of civil cases that would eventually result in his arrest in July 2019 on sex trafficking charges. We now focus on the July 6th police raid of his Manhattan townhouse, the extraordinary cache of explicit evidence found there, exactly what the new charges are, and what revelations the new trial was set to uncover...including the testimony Epstein may have been preparing to give. 

    • 29 min
    Chapter Nine: Above Your Pay Grade

    Chapter Nine: Above Your Pay Grade

    Police interviewed dozens of victims of Jeffrey Epstein and recommended a charge of at least four counts of unlawful sex with minors. But, in a scandalous miscarriage of justice, Epstein was allowed to plead guilty to soliciting prostitution – a plea deal that has been described as an example of a “defendant and government working together against the victims.” Sentenced to 18 months in prison, he was housed in his own wing, allowed out for 12 hours a day, and granted visitors, including women. Alexander Acosta, the State Attorney who brokered the deal, says he was told Epstein was “above [his] pay grade” and to “leave it alone”. Who was pulling the strings? Acosta was a member of Donald Trump’s Cabinet until after Epstein’s arrest, when he resigned. In this episode, attorneys and investigators who worked on that case at the time explain how Epstein got away with his sweetheart deal – and why it was a massive mistake.

    • 27 min
    Chapter Eight: The Hunt for a Monster

    Chapter Eight: The Hunt for a Monster

    Jeffrey Epstein’s sordid world was finally exposed when a mother contacted the Palm Beach Police Department with an allegation that her 14-year-old stepdaughter had been taken to his mansion and paid $300 to strip and massage him. It was the beginning of a 13-month investigation that would not only lay bare the extent of the billionaire’s perversions, but would expose an underground, underage sex ring involving some of the most powerful men in the world. In the words of Epstein’s victims, listen to the disturbing details of what police uncovered. Victim attorney Spencer Kuvin recalls how the investigation unfolded.
    WARNING: This episode contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.

    • 27 min

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Content seemed good but WAY too many advertisements. I didn’t listen to all of them because of that. I like to listen to podcasts in bed and I don’t want to have to keep pausing to skip through ads.

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