The First Trailer For Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich Docuseries Has Landed

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The very first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming docuseries on Jeffrey Epstein, called Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich has landed and it looks pretty eye-opening.

A lot’s been written about Jeffrey Epstein since his very suspicious suicide.

However, we still really know next to nothing about this horrific man.

Hopefully, many of our questions about the man will be answered in this upcoming four-part series on Netflix.

The multi-billionaire was at the centre of a terrible scandal involving sex trafficking of minors.

The docuseries will include a whole host of interviews with Epstein’s many victims.

They’ll discuss their experiences on his private island.

This island has now been dubbed as “paedophile island” which is a pretty apt name for this awful place.

This Netflix docuseries will also go into what happened in 2008 when Epstein somehow managed to avoid a life sentence.

Check out the trailer for Netflix’s new Jeffrey Epstein docuseries

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It was revealed that he did this by making a secret plea deal with the government.

During this 2008 case, 36 underage girls had come forward as being sexually abused and solicited for prostitution by Epstein.

However, he only served 13 months in prison which is just utter madness.

He was eventually arrested again in 2019 on more charges of sex trafficking of minors.

However, he ended up dying in prison and it was ruled as suicide.

That said, many people, myself included, think he was murdered so that he wouldn’t talk and reveal who else was involved in his child trafficking sex ring.

The series was directed by Lisa Bryant, written by Peter Landesman, and executive produced by Joe Berlinger (Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes) and best-selling author James Patterson.

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