Other series besides ‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich’ to understand the case that shakes everyone

Jeffrey Epstein took his own life in 2019 after pleading guilty to soliciting a minor for prostitution.

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Jeffrey Epsteinthe American tycoon accused of leading a child trafficking ring for the elite, continues to be a topic of conversation despite his death in 2019. Last week, they came to light new documents that detail more about the accusationsreigniting controversy from the ashes.

As a result of this, many people have shown interest in knowing the complete story of Jeffrey Epstein and his partner Ghislaine Maxwell, who was also accused of helping her then-partner recruit underage women. Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence in New York.

On another occasion, we talked to you about the documentary series titled ‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich’currently available at Netflix. Now, we add more productions to the list so you can explore other perspectives on the case.

‘Ghislaine Maxwell, filthy rich’

Lisa Bryant returns again to direct this great documentary series where They address statements from Jeffrey Epstein’s victims. In addition to this, it provides a look at the trial and sentencing of the tycoon’s ex-girlfriend that occurred in 2021.

  • Where to watch: Netflix

‘Chasing Ghislaine’

This is another documentary that tries to tell the life of Robert Maxell, Ghislaine’s father. And the tycoon was a highly recognized character among the elite in the United Kingdom.

The series also addresses the first moments of Ghislaine and Jeffrey Epstein’s relationship, under the investigation of journalist Vicki Ward.

  • Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’

This documentary addresses the Jeffrey Epstein abuse case specifically, with the main plaintiffs, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, Chauntae Davies and Courtney Wildto mention a few.

  • Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Subtitle: What are the Jeffrey Epstein documents?

The Jeffrey Epstein documents that have been uncovered are part of a court case for defamation that was filed in 2015 by the victim, Virginia Giuffre, against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s girlfriend. According to the report, the tycoon would have sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager.