I have previously written about the procurer/madam/child rapist who befriended the celebrity CEO and who befriended her right back minus the George Clooney bathroom special.
The celebrity CEO did spend time also with the pedophile getting advice, presumably not about pedophilia.
The pedophile knew if this relationship became public, that it would be denied by the CEO and that is exactly what is happening now.
Elon Musk was photographed next to Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell at an Oscars after-party in 2014
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was photographed at a 2014 Oscars after-party alongside Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite accused of being Epstein’s madam in media reports and legal documents.
In a statement to Business Insider, a spokesperson for Musk denied Epstein’s claims of having served as an adviser to the CEO.
Though a spokesperson for Elon Musk denied to Business Insider that the Tesla exec ever had Jeffrey Epstein advise on anything, Musk has been photographed next to Ghislaine Maxwell, the socialite who’s been characterized in multiple reports as the financier’s madam.
Musk and Maxwell were photographed at an Oscars after-party hosted by former Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter on March 2, 2014, in West Hollywood. The same Musk spokesperson told BI that “Ghislaine simply inserted herself behind him in a photo he was posing for without his knowledge.”
The episode was six years after Epstein pled guilty to soliciting a minor for prostitution in South Florida.
Maxwell, a British socialite and Epstein’s former girlfriend, is accused in legal documents and media reports of helping Epstein find his victims, Business Insider previously found. – Source
Elon Musk denies Jeffrey Epstein advised him or Tesla during the company’s bungled attempt to go private
Jeffrey Epstein claimed to have been an adviser to Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk, a New York Times reporter said on Monday, two days after Epstein was found dead of an apparent suicide while in federal lockup on sex-trafficking charges.
Epstein allegedly said he had been looking for people to invest in Tesla. The Times’ James B. Stewart wrote that he heard a rumor that Epstein had an email from someone close to Musk who sought help finding a new chairman.
The alleged anecdotes were part of a comprehensive retelling of a confidential August 16, 2018, interview between Stewart and Epstein. Following Epstein’s death, Stewart said he considered the “on background” agreement moot.
The reporter visited with Epstein at his New York home, where the financier talked about his connections with the titans of industry and politics. Epstein claimed that he had friends at Tesla, but never went into much detail, according to The Times.
“It is incorrect to say that Epstein ever advised Elon or Tesla on anything,” a spokesperson for Musk told Business Insider on Monday.- Source
The Day Jeffrey Epstein Told Me He Had Dirt on Powerful People
Almost exactly a year ago, on Aug. 16, 2018, I visited Jeffrey Epstein at his cavernous Manhattan mansion.
The overriding impression I took away from our roughly 90-minute conversation was that Mr. Epstein knew an astonishing number of rich, famous and powerful people, and had photos to prove it. He also claimed to know a great deal about these people, some of it potentially damaging or embarrassing, including details about their supposed sexual proclivities and recreational drug use.
So one of my first thoughts on hearing of Mr. Epstein’s suicide was that many prominent men and at least a few women must be breathing sighs of relief that whatever Mr. Epstein knew, he has taken it with him.
During our conversation, Mr. Epstein made no secret of his own scandalous past — he’d pleaded guilty to state charges of soliciting prostitution from underage girls and was a registered sex offender — and acknowledged to me that he was a pariah in polite society. At the same time, he seemed unapologetic. His very notoriety, he said, was what made so many people willing to confide in him. Everyone, he suggested, has secrets and, he added, compared with his own, they seemed innocuous. People confided in him without feeling awkward or embarrassed, he claimed.
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I’d never met Mr. Epstein before. I had contacted him because my colleagues and I had heard a rumor that he was advising Tesla’s embattled chief executive, Elon Musk, who was in trouble after announcing on Twitter that he had lined up the funding to take Tesla private.
The Securities and Exchange Commission began an investigation into Mr. Musk’s remarks, which moved markets but didn’t appear to have much basis in fact. There were calls for Mr. Musk to relinquish his position as Tesla’s chairman and for Tesla to recruit more independent directors. I’d heard that Mr. Epstein was compiling a list of candidates at Mr. Musk’s behest — and that Mr. Epstein had an email from Mr. Musk authorizing the search for a new chairman.
Mr. Musk and Tesla vehemently deny this. “It is incorrect to say that Epstein ever advised Elon on anything,” a spokeswoman for Mr. Musk, Keely Sulprizio, said Monday.
When I contacted Mr. Epstein, he readily agreed to an interview. The caveat was that the conversation would be “on background,” which meant I could use the information as long as I didn’t attribute it directly to him. (I consider that condition to have lapsed with his death.) – Source