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Jeffrey Epstein described himself as “radioactive”, and then he died in prison. But right before that, he was a friend and confidant of many of America’s most powerful politicians, billionaires, and entertainers, some of whom apparently shared a common interest: trafficking underaged girls. In "BROKEN: JEFFREY EPSTEIN" host Ariel Levy (The New Yorker) and Special Correspondent and Executive Producer Julie K. Brown (The Miami Herald) tell the full story of Epstein, his accomplices, and the broken systems that enabled his crimes.

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein Three Uncanny Four

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    • 3.9, 2.1K Ratings

Jeffrey Epstein described himself as “radioactive”, and then he died in prison. But right before that, he was a friend and confidant of many of America’s most powerful politicians, billionaires, and entertainers, some of whom apparently shared a common interest: trafficking underaged girls. In "BROKEN: JEFFREY EPSTEIN" host Ariel Levy (The New Yorker) and Special Correspondent and Executive Producer Julie K. Brown (The Miami Herald) tell the full story of Epstein, his accomplices, and the broken systems that enabled his crimes.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

Bowmansarrow888 ,

Episode 6

Veers so far a field to clearly a pet project on prisons - more Julie K. Brown, less on this

Jared-Oregon ,

Don’t go off track

I’ve never dealt with a podcast that’s gone so incredibly off track. Over half of this podcast isn’t even about Jeffrey Epstein.

Bkroopf ,

misrepresented information

this podcast contains a lot of false information regarding epstein’s death which is despicable. enough people have already covered up for this man and his accomplices and the fact that this podcast is trying to profit off the victims and at the same time cover up for the co-conspirators by perpetrating false information to protect his co conspirators is sickening. the host even had the gaul to suggest epstein could have paid someone to strangle him as a means of committing suicide and therefore the medical examiners conclusion that the injuries were consistent with manual strangulation doesn’t necessarily rule out suicide.

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