Here’s The Reason Why 130 People Come Forward To Claim That They Are Jeffrey Epstein’s Children

Jeffrey Epstein ran his sex ring like a perverted pyramid scheme — paying his young victims to bring him, new girls, to prey on, according to new details from an upcoming documentary.

The convicted pedophile — who killed himself last August — would offer the desperate youngsters cash to bring him an “ever-revolving door of girls,” according to the trailer for Netflix’s “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.”

“These girls brought other girls too,” a voiceover says in the trailer for the four-part docu-series, which starts streaming Wednesday.

But another shocking news came this morning.
A DNA firm set up the website shortly after Epstein’s death asking for people who thought they were heirs to his estate to come forward.

Up to 130 people say they could be a child of Jeffrey Epstein, according to a website created by a DNA company tasked with finding possible heirs to the deceased pedophile’s estate.

Of course people asked the question of why someone would love to call a dead pedophile a father.

The reason is simple: if any are found to be the former financier’s children, they could lay claim to a piece his US$635 million ($1.04 billion) estate, which includes his Manhattan mansion and a luxury 74 acres estate, dubbed “pedophile island”, the Daily Mail reported.

Some 386 people contacted – with 30 percent saying they might be his offspring.

Epstein, 66 — who had already done jail time for underage sex — was facing up to 45 years in prison on serious child sex-trafficking charges when he was found dead in his Manhattan lockup last August.

The four-part Netflix documentary, out Wednesday, is based on James Patterson’s 2016 book of the same title.

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