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'Surviving Jeffrey Epstein' Doc Is Coming Next Month

'Surviving Jeffrey Epstein' Doc Is Coming Next Month

A new documentary into the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein and the full extent of his sex trafficking network is set to air on Crime+Investigation UK next month.

Described by the channel as a "major two-night television event", the four-hour documentary will air over two nights, and coincide with the anniversary of the death of the disgraced financier.

With interviews from "members of Epstein's inner circle" and telling the stories of the eight key survivors, the film will explore his connections to the rich and famous on both sides of the Atlantic, used to aid and coverup his abuse.

The documentary follows the crimes of disgraced financier, Jeffrey Epstein (Credit: PA)
The documentary follows the crimes of disgraced financier, Jeffrey Epstein (Credit: PA)
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According to the channel: "In a TV-first, Surviving Jeffrey Epstein provides a platform for these courageous women to share their stories and harrowing experiences in powerful and compelling testimony, to the story of Epstein's rise to boundless wealth and influence, under cover of which he set up a vast sex trafficking network to not only gratify his own craven appetites, but to extort his rich and powerful allies and ensure they maintained the conspiracy of silence around his deepest, darkest secrets."

The news of the documentary comes as Epstein's alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested last week in connection with the abuser.

Jeffrey Epstein owned Little St. James island in the Virgin Islands where much of his abuse took place (Credit: PA)
Jeffrey Epstein owned Little St. James island in the Virgin Islands where much of his abuse took place (Credit: PA)

The socialite, who was accused of helping billionaire paedophile Epstein traffic underage girls, is said to have been apprehended in New Hampshire on Thursday 2nd July.

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Crime+Investigation conducted a OnePoll survey of 2,000 UK adults which revealed that 56 per cent of Brits believe that Ghislaine Maxwell going into hiding for almost a year was an indication of her guilt.

Almost half (45 per cent) of respondents believe that victims of Jeffrey Epstein would get justice if Ghislaine Maxwell were to be convicted of sex trafficking.

Surviving Jeffrey Epstein premieres on Crime+Investigation UK with a double episode airing on Tuesday 25th August at 9pm, followed by parts three and four the follow night.

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Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.

 

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