She says Ghislaine Maxwell told her the Rothschilds were the greatest protector of her family.
(TMU) — In a brand new interview, Maria Farmer shares new details about her time with deceased serial sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein, as well as who she believes is protecting Epstein's longtime confidante, Ghislaine Maxwell. Farmer has been reported to be the first victim of Jeffrey Epstein after she brought her story to the New York police and FBI in 1996.
Epstein’s escapades became front page news in the summer of 2019 when he was arrested and faced charges for abusing dozens of young girls at his homes in Florida, New Mexico, New York, and Paris. Epstein died of an alleged suicide on August 2019 while in custody on new sex-crime charges filed in New York.
Since 2019, Maria Farmer has begun speaking more openly about her abuse at the hands of Epstein and the abuse of her then-15-year-old sister, Annie. Farmer has stated that the abuse took place at the $47 million mansion owned by Epstein's financier and former friend, Lex Wexner, CEO of the Limited Brands and Victoria's Secret. Farmer has alleged that she was abused by both Epstein and Maxwell.
Now, Maria Farmer is providing new details of her time with Epstein, and how the FBI and corporate media failed to tell her whole story. In a recent interview with journalist Whitney Webb, Farmer details how she often saw Donald Trump, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Epstein attorney Alan Dershowitz associating with Epstein. Webb played audio from her interview with Farmer on The Last American Vagabond podcast.
"The worst part was I named everyone. I named everyone who I thought was a co-conspirator at the time. So I named Alan Dershowitz, Donald Trump, absolutely the Clinton's," Farmer states in an audio clip. "These were people that I saw coming and going, that I knew were a part of it. I made it really clear that this was a very scary thing for children and I see between 5-10 girls a day going upstairs."
Regarding Epstein's accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, Maria Farmer stated that Maxwell grew up with the British Royal family, providing photo evidence of the apparent lifelong relationship. "She says to me, my dad was a very powerful man. She had a french passport, English passport, Israeli passport, and an American passport," Farmer stated about Maxwell and her deceased father Robert Maxwell, himself a suspected agent of British or Israeli intelligence agencies.
The latest revelations from Farmer come only days after a federal court rules that Epstein's sweet heart deal could not be overturned and unnamed co-conspirators would not be held responsible for their actions.
In a huge revelation, Farmer points the finger at the notoriously wealthy and private family, the Rothschilds.
"Later when she was talking to me she says, the Rothschilds were the greatest protector of her family," Farmer told Webb. Farmer claims that she has received death threats from the Rothschild family and that she believes Maxwell is being hidden in the UK to prevent her from being subpoenaed as a witness or charged in any crimes related to Epstein's serial abuse.
Farmer also claimed Vicky Ward, former writer for Vanity Fair and now working for CNN, has harassed her family after Farmer shared her story. According to Maria Farmer, Vicky Ward told Epstein's associate and co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell about her attempts to expose the sexual abuse carried out by the Epstein-Wexner-Maxwell network.
Farmer notes that Epstein's maids were almost exclusively Filipino and claimed the women had been trafficked in from the Philippines. In the interview, Farmer tells Webb that she witnessed 5 to 10 girls a day come through Epstein's house. "Where are those girls?"
Farmer also discussed Les Wexner, Epstein's wealthy financier and owner of the mansion in New Albany, Ohio where Farmer was abused and prevented from leaving. Wexner has denied any involvement with Epstein's activities and even claimed that he was a victim of Epstein misappropriating his finances. Farmer stated that when she spoke with the FBI she told them that Wexner was "the head of the snake", but her warnings fell on deaf ears.
Webb stated that "every time she went on mainstream interviews and mentioned Wexner they cut it out." Even further, Farmer told Webb that Wexner was the head of the "Israeli Intelligence Central blackmail op" and that Ghislaine Maxwell answered to Wexner. Farmer also accused Wexner of collaborating with the CIA and Israeli Mossad.
In my previous report on Epstein's connections to intelligence agencies, I explored Wexner's history.
From that report:
"What is the source of Jeffrey Epstein’s wealth and is his financial relationship with entrepreneur, philanthropist, and owner of the Limited Brands, Leslie Wexner significant? Over the years some reporters have examined the Wexner-Epstein connection and found that Wexner may have been Epstein’s only financial client and that they had an intriguing relationship that no one could quite figure out. What we do know for certain is that the two men were close associates at one point in the not-too-distant-past and understanding Leslie Wexner can help explain the potential intelligence connections to the Israeli Mossad.
Wexner was considered to be one of the most prominent Jewish philanthropists for his role in rallying support for Jewish philanthropic efforts. One of these efforts includes organizing what was sometimes known as the “Study Group”, but more commonly known as the “Mega Group.” The Wall Street Journal reported in 1998 that the Mega Group was a “group of elite Jewish philanthropists” that was “formed in 1991 and developed as an effort to conduct a high-minded philanthropic discussion about the pressing issues of the Jewish people. The group motivated a number of individual and collaborative philanthropic initiatives that, arguably, would not have otherwise occurred, including the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education, Birthright Israel, the upgrading of national Hillel, and more.”
The group was founded by Wexner and Charles Bronfman of the Seagram company. Other prominent members and attendees included director Steven Spielberg, former hedge-fund manager Michael Steinhardt and Seagram Chairman Edgar Bronfman Sr. The Mega Group met twice a year for two day seminars to talk about philanthropy and “Jewishness.” (Coincidentally, members of the Bronfman family have recently been found guilty of participating in the NXIVM sex cult.) The group has been described as “a loosely organized club of 20 of the nation’s wealthiest and most influential Jewish businessmen.” While the Mega Group no longer exists, many of the original members have gone on to create new groups and have continued to work on the same causes they once planned in the group.
Wexner’s ties to Israel and Mossad were further exposed in 2003 after a document entitled “Wexner Analysis: Israeli Communication Priorities 2003” was leaked. The document outlined a public relations campaign promoting the Iraq war invasion, demonizing Saddam Hussein, and encouraging an alignment of U.S. foreign policy interests with the foreign policy interests of Israel. The document was funded by the Wexner Foundation and produced by the public relations firm The Luntz Research Companies and The Israel Project. The “Essential Conclusion” section of the report offers 10 recommendations, including “you should be invoking the name of Saddam Hussein and how Israel was always behind American efforts to rid the world of this ruthless dictator and liberate their people.”
Columbus Free Press previously reported that “lobbying groups like the Mega Group and government insiders like Wolfowitz and Richard Pearle are engaged in a systematic campaign to identify Israeli national security interests with U.S. military and security interests. The Wexner Analysis merely documents this extensive, often covert campaign, that deserves public debate and democratic discourse, not secret PR campaigns.“
The latest revelations in the Epstein saga provide more evidence of a massive cover-up involving American law enforcement, intelligence agencies, and high profile politicians and British royal family members.