Pervert Jeffrey Epstein tried to lay a trap for cops by deliberately hiring women in their 20s who appeared years younger so his home would be raided and he could claim he was being harassed

  • Jeffrey Epstein tried to lay a trap for cops by deliberately hiring women in their 20s who appeared years younger in a bid to gain sympathy from the public
  • Software architect Reichart Von Wolfsheild, who helped bring the pervert down, spoke to DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview
  • Von Wolfsheild said Epstein hoped the women would be seen and his home would be raided and then he could claim he was being hounded 
  • He discovered the plot when he was invited to Little St. James in January 2011, after Epstein had spent time in jail in Palm Beach, Florida
  • He decided to accept the invitation to get undercover information for lawyer Bradley Edwards who was trying to unmask the predator
  • He explained there were three women on the island, all of them appeared to be in their mid-teens, up to 10 years younger than they really were
  • Von Wolfsheild said: ‘They looked genuinely like underage girls. But when you spoke to them, you realized these were graduates who had PhDs’ 
  • He added: ‘I thought: ”This is a trap for law enforcement”
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