Jeffrey Epstein’s model-scouting pal has ‘disappeared without a trace’

The mannequin company boss accused of scouting younger ladies for pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein has disappeared like a “ghost,” as investigators scour the globe trying to find him, a new report mentioned.

French authorities wish to quiz Jean-Luc Brunel, 72, over his ties to Epstein as a part of their own probe into the late financier who had a home in Paris, according to the Daily Mirror.

“He is a ghost who has disappeared without a trace,” a authorized supply in Paris advised the paper of Brunel, who found a few of the greatest names in modeling, together with Christy Turlington and Angie Everhardt.

Investigators have made inquiries all through the US and Europe, in addition to Brazil, the place the Frenchman was seen looking for girls simply three months earlier than Epstein, 66, was arrested, the paper says.

“There isn’t any deal with for him, all his web accounts, together with social media, have been worn out. He is uncontactable,” the supply advised the Mirror.

Brunel has lengthy been related to the Epstein scandal in quite a few courtroom filings.

Epstein had invested $1 million to assist launch Brunel’s Miami-based modeling agency MC2 in return for a “supply of girls on tap,” in response to one lawsuit — even allegedly sending him three 12-year-old girls as a sick birthday current.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one in all Epstein’s longtime accusers, alleged in courtroom papers that Brunel “farmed out” modeling hopefuls to Epstein and that she was additionally compelled to have intercourse with the mannequin company boss.

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