Jeffrey Epstein's type was 'the youngest-looking girl with breasts'

Jeffrey Epstein’s ideal type was ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts’, says dead financier’s computer programmer in new book, as author claims Bill Clinton withheld helpful information about the pervert

  • Jeffrey Epstein viewed women as nothing more than ‘a life support system for a vagina,’ according to new book Relentless Pursuit
  • He liked ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts,’ said Reichart Von Wolfsheild, a computer programmer who worked with Epstein  before turning on him 
  • ‘Epstein spent most of his time with Reichart talking about formulaic systems that might be invented ”to get young girls”,’ author Bradley Edwards writes
  • Epstein ‘thought the internet might hold the key for meeting volumes of young females in a short time’
  • With Von Wolfsheild’s help, ‘Epstein was looking for more sophisticated and technologically advanced ways to find more girls and pursue them with less risk’ 
  • ‘Epstein was not going to stop his sex abuse or change his thinking about girls simply because he had been caught in Palm Beach and jailed for a few months under a cushy deal,’ Bradley writes
  • He added: ‘He couldn’t stop. This was his way of life. It was what drove him’  

Jeffrey Epstein viewed women as nothing more than ‘a life support system for a vagina,’ a new book about the perverted child molester reveals.

And the twisted financier admitted his ideal was ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts.’

Reichart Von Wolfsheild, a computer programmer who worked closely with Epstein before turning on him, makes both claims in new book Relentless Pursuit by Bradley Edwards, the attorney who dogged Epstein for the last 11 years of his life.

‘Epstein spent most of his time with Reichart talking about formulaic systems that might be invented ”to get young girls”,’ Edwards wrote.

‘Epstein expressed the view that women were ”a life support system for a vagina.” So he wanted to discuss the statistical analysis of the marketplace and new ways for finding girls.

‘He admitted that he knew nothing about computers but he thought the internet might hold the key for meeting volumes of young females in a short time.’

Jeffrey Epstein viewed women as nothing more than ‘a life support system for a vagina,’ a new book about the perverted child molester reveals. And the twisted financier admitted his ideal was ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts’


Epstein liked girls who were, according to an old definition, ”nubile,”, according to author Bradley Edwards. The pedophile was seen back in 2015 in exclusive DailyMail.com photos  with a young blonde hanging round his neck, his hand firmly on her rear

Reichart Von Wolfsheild (pictured), a computer programmer who worked closely with Epstein before turning on him, makes both claims in new book Relentless Pursuit by Bradley Edwards, the attorney who dogged Epstein for the last 11 years of his life

Edwards writes Von Wolfsheild saw Epstein — who died in prison last year — as ‘a lion’ looking for prey.

That prey were ‘girls who were, according to an old definition, ”nubile,” as Epstein put it. ‘The youngest-looking girl with breasts.’

Bradley Edwards writes Von Wolfsheild saw Epstein — who died in prison last year — as ‘a lion’ looking for prey

Even after he was charged with having underage sex, he did not see that he had done anything wrong, Edwards wrote.

But after being jailed in Florida, he did feel the need to be more careful, and so he brought on Von Wolfsheild.

‘Epstein was not going to stop his sex abuse or change his thinking about girls simply because he had been caught in Palm Beach and jailed for a few months under a cushy deal.

‘He couldn’t stop. This was his way of life. It was what drove him.’

With Von Wolfsheild’s help, Edwards writes, ‘he was just looking for more sophisticated and technologically advanced ways to find more girls and pursue them with less risk.

‘The only thing jail had taught him was to be more careful and not get caught.’

Edwards’ book details his fight to bring Epstein and his ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell to justice following the financier’s sweetheart deal in Palm Beach. 

He was sentenced to 18 months jail, most of which he was allowed to spend days at his office at the Florida Science Foundation — which Edwards called a ‘do-nothing company.’

While there, Edwards says, Epstein would ‘talk on the phone to his various employees working at his various mansions around the world; send emails to his former and current girlfriends, including victims of his sex-trafficking operation; and continue to arrange for women to be flown to him for sexual purposes.’

But after being jailed in Florida, he did feel the need to be more careful, and so he brought on Von Wolfsheild. ‘Epstein was not going to stop his sex abuse or change his thinking about girls simply because he had been caught in Palm Beach and jailed for a few months under a cushy deal. ‘He couldn’t stop. This was his way of life. It was what drove him’ 

When he was supposed to be spending time behind bars, Epstein — full-name Jeffrey Edward Epstein — even gave himself a new email address [email protected]

‘It was pretty apropos considering his jail time was by most standards a vacation,’ Edwards writes.

‘During evenings in the jail, Epstein was not referred to as an inmate like everyone else. Instead, he was discussed in reports as a ‘client’.

Because he was, according to internal sheriff’s office memos, ‘poorly versed in jail routine,’ the sheriff authorized for ‘his cell door be left unlocked and he be given liberal access to the attorney room where a TV will be installed.’

Edward details Epstein’s friendship with two presidents, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, although he says he has no evidence that either abused young girls during the time they spent with him.

Edward details Epstein’s friendship with two presidents, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump (pictured with Epstein in 1997), although he says he has no evidence that either abused young girls during the time they spent with him 

Trump told Edwards that his famous quote about Epstein — ‘He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side’ — was actually written by Epstein himself for an Esquire article and put in the future president’s mouth

He says he interviewed Trump, but Clinton would not see him. ‘I’ve never said or thought that Bill Clinton did anything wrong in connection with Ghislaine, Epstein or their airplane rides, but by all appearances Clinton had helpful information.

‘I couldn’t help but wonder why he wouldn’t pick up the phone and tell us what he knew.’

Trump was different though. He was eager to help. He said his famous quote about Epstein — ‘He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side’ — was actually written by Epstein himself for an Esquire article and put in the future president’s mouth.

‘Seeing nothing wrong with that and having been asked for a favor long before the accusations of Epstein’s abuse had surfaced, Trump agreed.

‘Trump did say that he always saw Epstein around younger girls, but to his knowledge, none were underage,’ Edwards writes.

‘I asked about a rumor I had heard that Mr. Trump had expelled Epstein from his Mar-a-Lago Club for trying to take home a member’s 15-year-old daughter. He paused before saying something along those lines happened.’ 

During his time in jail, Epstein had famous visitors, including magician David Copperfield and Epstein’s lawyer, Alan Dershowitz. ‘We were never able to depose Copperfield due to a number of legal and logistical roadblocks,’ Edwards wrote.

During his time in jail, Epstein had famous visitors, including magician David Copperfield and Epstein’s lawyer, Alan Dershowitz (pictured) . Edwards touches on accusations that Dershowitz was also involved in abusing young girls, writing: ‘We gathered as much information as we possibly could about Dershowitz, given his lack of cooperation with us. Dershowitz has vehemently denied such allegations against him 

Edwards touches on accusations that Dershowitz was also involved in abusing young girls, writing: ‘We gathered as much information as we possibly could about Dershowitz, given his lack of cooperation with us.

Dershowitz has adamantly denied previous accusations of wrongdoing in relation to Epstein’s teenage girls

Edwards does include other stories  he claims he had heard about the famed attorney. 

In one, he writes, ‘A neighbor from Dershowitz’s condo building in Miami called to recount in great detail how she would witness Dershowitz dress in a way to hide his identity while he walked the beach to look at topless girls sunbathing near their condo.

‘Because of this behavior, the woman told Dershowitz’s wife that he was a pervert. She claimed that in response Dershowitz got in her face and threatened her, forcing her to go to the police in fear for her safety.

‘Other people telephoned to tell us how they had seen Dershowitz skinny-dipping on Martha’s Vineyard. One Vineyard resident recalled walking up to a volleyball game where Dershowitz was playing nude.’

Edwards does recount alleged abuse stories involving Britain’s Prince Andrew. 

But Edwards does recount alleged abuse stories involving Britain’s Prince Andrew (pictured)

Accuser Virginia Roberts alleges she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew (pictured together with Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001) while she was underage. Prince Andrew has denied her claims 

Johanna Sjoberg, one of Epstein’s victims, recalled sitting on one of the prince’s knees, while another accuser, Virginia Roberts, was on the other.

‘While the two girls were in his lap, Ghislaine took out a puppet figure of Prince Andrew and placed the puppet’s hand on Virginia’s breast, at which point Prince Andrew placed his hand on Johanna’s breast. Everyone laughed.’

Other celebrities mentioned in the book include Michael Jackson, who ‘had been enough of an Epstein acquaintance to pay him a visit in Palm Beach’ and Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, who agreed to ‘draw a picture of Bart Simpson on Jeffrey Epstein’s letterhead, as a favor to Virginia Roberts.’

Roberts finally got away from Epstein by running off to Australia when she was supposed to be in Thailand.

‘There did come a time … when the debauched lifestyle of Epstein’s cultish world became too much for even a strong soul like Virginia,’ Edwards writes.

‘She recalled that when she was 19 years old, after having been involved in the Epstein sex cult for two years, she was on an island with him and Maxwell when they made a new and surprising proposition to her: they wanted her to carry his baby.

‘She would have to sign a contract agreeing that the baby was not her own, but the legal child of Epstein and Maxwell.

‘This was the final straw for Virginia. She couldn’t bear the thought of Epstein and Maxwell raising her child. She knew that she needed to escape.’ 

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