And. Vanity Fair pulled their report after Jeffrey Epstein visited the then editor-in-chief at the magazine.
It makes you wonder how many times this was repeated with other so-called news organizations?
The Epoch Times reported:
ABC and Vanity Fair interviewed girls who said they were sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein but never published the interviews.
Maria and Annie Farmer said that Epstein’s longtime associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, met them and convinced them to meet Epstein.
They said Maria was sexually assaulted by both Epstein and Maxwell and that Annie, 15 at the time, was sexually assaulted by Epstein at his ranch in New Mexico.
The girls were interviewed by Vanity Fair but the story the outlet published on Epstein included no mention of the girls.
Before it was published, Epstein himself had shown up at the Vanity Fair offices and spoke to then-editor-in-chief Graydon Carter, reported NPR.
It could be because they found a severed cat head in the yard.
The New York Post reported:
Former Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter made a disturbing discovery on his front lawn — the severed head of a cat — just after a reporter started digging into Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sexual misconduct, according to a new report.
Back in 2006, as the feds compiled accusations against the money manager in Palm Beach, Florida, John Connolly, a contributing editor for the magazine, headed out there in search of a story, NPR reported.