Alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell apparently kept a 58-page list of rules dictating how staff at the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s estates were supposed to act, including the demand that they “see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing.”
The New York Post reported that Epstein’s former housekeep Juan Alessi testified at Maxwell’s trial about the “very degrading” way the couple treated staff. A 2005 manual detailing what was expected of staff was provided as evidence. From the Post:
Staff needed to “anticipate the needs of Mr. Epstein, Ms. Maxwell and their guests,” stated the introduction of the manual, which made clear that disgraced media baron Robert Maxwell’s daughter was sharing the master bedroom with the perverted moneyman at the time.
“Remember that you see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing, except to answer a question directed at you,” it warned on the first page of orders.– READ MORE