Virginia Giuffre’s Father Remembers Dropping Her at Epstein Mansion, Shaking Hands with Pedophile: Report

Virginia Giuffre’s father remembers dropping her off at Jeffrey Epstein’s house and even shaking the pedophile’s hand when he was “checking out Epstein” after his then-teenage daughter accepted a job as the billionaire’s masseuse, according to a report.

Sky Roberts visited Epstein’s Florida mansion in 2000 while on his lunch break while working as a handyman at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate in Palm Beach, where Giuffre also worked.

Days earlier, a club guest approached Giuffre, 16, at the pool while she was reading a book about massage therapy and asked her if she wanted a job with his boss, Roberts told the Daily Mail.

Giuffre was thrilled with the opportunity and her father was also excited about it, but first she wanted to meet this mysterious boss.

Roberts remembers driving his truck into Epstein’s house, which was “down the street,” and meeting the financier and his accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, but said “no bell rang” during the encounter.

Virginia Giuffre said she was groomed and pimped by Epstein and Maxwell when she was a teenager. Supplied by WENN

“He seemed like a normal guy and she seemed fine too. “I had no idea that this guy was a pedophile and that the woman was manipulating my daughter and the other girl,” the father said. “I thought I was doing my duty as a father by investigating Epstein.”

Robert said Epstein came down the driveway and shook his hand.

“I said words to the effect that I wanted to meet him and understand exactly what my daughter would be doing,” Roberts said.

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Sky Roberts, father of Virginia Giuffre, said he shook Epstein’s hand after the billionaire offered his daughter a job as a masseuse.

“Epstein said, ‘Oh, I’m doing this to help a lot of girls; there will be people teaching massage therapy in Virginia…it’s a good career,'” she continued.

Maxwell, Roberts said, was silent.

His daughter “was interested” in working for Epstein “because it was more money and traveling seemed like a good opportunity,” he said.

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly recruited girls for sex.

“Of course, I had no idea what was really going on. “Now I wish I had known the extent of this, but I had no idea,” he told the newspaper.

Giuffre spent the next two years being groomed by Epstein and Maxwell, traveling around the world to their luxurious properties, where they offered her up to their elite guests for sex. Photos of her show her when she was 17 with Prince Andrew’s arms around her waist, with whom she claims she was forced to have sex.

“I don’t think he still has any remorse for what he did or feels guilty. I think he is angry because he got caught,” Roberts told the Daily Mail.

Giuffre was also allegedly tasked with helping the sick couple recruit other girls for the billionaire’s pedophile ring.

Virginia Giuffre said Epstein pimped her into having sex with Prince Andrew. US District Court – Southern District

“She never came home from her trips and said, ‘I’ve been sexually abused.’ It’s not something you would talk to a parent about,” Roberts said.

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Giuffre, now 40, lives in Australia. Her father, who remains in Florida, told the Daily Mail that he doesn’t see her often, but that he is proud of her.

Epstein, 66, committed suicide in a lower Manhattan cell in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

Maxwell has since been convicted of recruiting and grooming girls for sex and is currently serving a 20-year sentence in federal prison.

“I think she is despicable because she was aware of what was happening. “I don’t understand how she can look in the mirror because she ruined these children’s lives,” Roberts told the outlet.

Roberts’ revelation comes just weeks after a trove of documents related to Epstein and Maxwell’s crimes were revealed as part of her daughter’s long-settled 2015 defamation lawsuit against Maxwell.

The 215 documents totaling nearly 5,000 pages exposed the scope of Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, his network of powerful associates and his methods of luring female victims.

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