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Person thought to have vital info on Jeffery Epstein case 'has disappeared like a ghost without a trace'

The hunt for disgraced financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirators continues. Earlier, Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's rumored madame, fellow trafficker, and groomer, disappeared without a trace. This time, the boss of a multimillion model agency vanished without a trace. 


Jean-Luc Brunel, the man who founded New York model agency MC2, is currently missing. This is after French authorities started to search for him, as they had urgent questions that needed answers. This is regarding the sex-trafficking network that Epstein had and Brunel is believed to be a part of it. This means that he has key information on Epstein's scandal and is also a key figure in answering the mystery of it.


Virginia Roberts, one of Epstein's many victims, claims to have slept with Epstein's best friend, Prince Andrew before. She said that she slept with the man three times. A claim that Prince Andrew denies along with the allegations that he himself is one of the many friends that benefitted from Epstein's work. The Duke of York vehemently denies and claims that he knew nothing of Epstein's illegal actions.



Roberts also informed the public that he slept with Brunel many times starting when she was 16 until she turned 19. It is believed that many of Epstein's victims were based in Paris. Epstein owned a property in the French capital where Brunel resides. When French prosecutors started preliminary inquiry as to whether or not Epstein also abused minors in France, Brunel vanished. There is no way to contact him as he has no internet accounts or even a profile on social media. 


Investigators are currently collaborating with authorities from Brazil, Europe, and France to pursue claims that are related to Epstein's sex trafficking schemes and his co-conspirators. 


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