Bombshell: ‘Epstein’s Pimp’ Found Hanged In Jail Cell

(Patriot Insider) – According to a new report from The Western Journal, a former modeling agent who has become known as the “pimp” for deceased billionaire and human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his French prison where he was being held on rape charges.

And the manner of the man’s death is eerily reminiscent of Epstein’s, which as you can imagine, has folks all over the world tumbling further down the rabbit hole concerning the dead billionaire’s pedophile ring.

Officials have stated that Jean-Luc Brunel, 75, was discovered dead on Saturday, allegedly hanging himself overnight, according to a report translated from LeMonde.

A report put out by the Daily Mail said, “His death in an alleged hanging will fuel conspiracy theories around the Epstein affair after the financier also died in prison while awaiting trial in what authorities concluded was a hanging.”

Of course it will. There’s something very strange about this whole situation with Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and now Brunel. The man died in the almost exact same manner as Epstein and there were no cameras around when he “hung” himself? That seems a little convenient, don’t you think?

“Brunel was indicted on rape charges in December 2020 and again in September 2021. His death will end any police investigation into those cases, as well as his potential links with Epstein, who was accused of sex trafficking at the time of his death,” the WJ reported.

The Daily Mail went on to recount the events as they were told by a source that was unnamed.

“A night patrol found his lifeless body at about 1 a.m. A judicial inquiry has been launched, and early evidence points to suicide,” the source went on to say.

“There is an investigation going on to confirm all this, but at the moment it looks like he killed himself alone, and it was a routine patrol that found his body hanging,” the source went on to say, pointing out that Brunel was not considered a suicide threat and was being kept in a part of the prison where there are no video cameras.

Again, this seems super suspicious. Why put him where there were no cameras? Why in the world would you not have cameras in every part of the prison to begin with?

“There were no obvious fears for the prisoner’s health, and he was not on a suicide watch, having already been in prison for many months,” the source stated.

Brunel was accused by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who finally won her settlement in court for a lawsuit that she had filed against Prince Andrew where she alleged sexual misconduct on his behalf — as being someone who procured young girls for Epstein.

Back in 2019, Giuffre stated that Epstein had informed her that he had sex with “over a thousand women that Brunel brought in,” a report from NBC said. Giuffre ended up testifying against Brunel just last year in France.

“I wanted Brunel to know that he no longer has the power over me, that I am a grown woman now and I’ve decided to hold him accountable for what he did to me and so many others,” Giuffre went on to say after her testimony was delivered behind closed doors.

During this time, Giuffre called for other victims to stand up and testify against Brunel.

“I’m urging more witnesses — even if it is outside of the statute of limitations — to come forward,” Giuffre went on to remark. “The judge is listening, the authorities are listening, I’m listening.”

“We want to help put this monster away where he belongs,” she continued. “We can’t do that unless we all work together.”

“Whether you are a witness of Jean-Luc Brunel at one place or another — and it doesn’t even have to be him doing something illegal, it can just be placing him somewhere, and by doing so it can help place together another victim’s story, corroborate,” she added.

Attorneys representing Brunel put out a statement saying that he was the casualty of an unfair prosecution.

“His distress was that of a 75-year-old man crushed by a media-judicial system that it is time to question. Jean-Luc Brunel has constantly claimed his innocence. He multiplied his efforts to prove it,” his legal team, Mathias Chichportich, Marianne Abgrall, and Christophe Ingrain remarked in a statement. “His decision [to end his life] was not guided by guilt, but by a deep sense of injustice.”

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