A new documentary will delve into Jeffrey Epstein’s death and his seedy underworld of privilege and crime.
into Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?, exclusive interviews and into-depth investigations reveal new clues about his privileged life and controversial death.
The three-hour documentary airs Sunday, July 19, and looks to answer the questions surrounding his death.
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It will explore how a university drop-out turned high school maths teacher catapulted himself into enormous personal wealth – all the while creating a human sex trafficking syndicate catering to the rich and famous.
Last year the disgraced billionaire and convicted sex offender was found dead into his jail cell.
The medical examiner ruled Epstein, 66, took his own life into his New York City prison cell into August after he was arrested on sex trafficking charges, but conspiracy theories about his passing have been rife since.
The wealthy financier had pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing girls as young as 14 and young women into New York and Florida into the early 2000s.
The three-hour documentary airs Sunday, July 19, from 8.30pm on Choice.
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