Former Hedge Fund Manager Jeffrey Epstein convicted for having sex and pimping out underage prostitutes is has been spotted with 2 young women on Madison Avenue near his East 71st Street mansion .
Jeffrey Epstein began his financial career as an options trader at Bear Stearns in 1976 where he worked in the special products division, advising high-net-worth clients on tax strategies. In 1980, Epstein became a partner at Bear Stearns. In 1982, Epstein founded his own financial management firm, J. Epstein & Co.
NY post reported that former Hedge fund manager Jefferey Epstein the former Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew pal who has homes in the Virgin Islands, Palm Beach, Paris and New Mexico was spotted last week huffing and puffing his way along to his East 71st Street mansion with the aid of two young women.
Jefferey Epstein was walking on Madison Avenue, by a spy familiar with the pervy playboy. Epstein served 13 months in Florida for soliciting a 14-year-old girl for prostitution in 2008.
“Walking two steps behind him [were] two young women, tall with light brown hair,” our source continued.
When Epstein, “in Stubbs & Wooton slippers,” “leaned against a building on Madison to catch his breath . . . one of the girls moved quickly to his side, put her arm around him to steady him and walked with the other young woman toward Epstein’s mansion.”
More controversy surrounding Epstein recently kicked up when a former teen prostitute accused Prince Andrew and lawyer Alan Dershowitz of partaking in kinky sex parties organized by Epstein years ago.
In 2003, Epstein publicly bid for New York magazine. Other bidders were advertising executive Donny Deutsch, investor Nelson Peltz, media mogul and New York Daily News publisher Mortimer Zuckerman, and film producer Harvey Weinstein. They were ultimately outbid by longtime Wall Street investor Bruce Wasserstein, who paid $55 million.
In 2004, Epstein and Zuckerman committed up to $25 million to finance Radar, a celebrity and pop culture magazine founded by Maer Roshan. Epstein and Zuckerman were equal partners in the venture, and Roshan, as its editor-in-chief, retained a small ownership stake.
In December 2010, the prince was a guest in Epstein’s New York residence for several days, shortly after Epstein completed his Florida sentence for soliciting an underage girl. His dinner with Andrew at the mansion was also attended by (among others) Katie Couric, George Stephanopoulos, Charlie Rose, and Woody Allen.
The 50,000-square-foot (4,600 m2) 9-story mansion is just off Fifth Avenue and overlooks the Frick Collection. It is reported to be the largest private residence in Manhattan, having originally been built as the Birch Wathen School.