French justice has arrested 74-year-old modeling executive Jean-Luc Brunel on suspicion of rape, sexual assault, and trafficking in young girls for billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who died in a New York jail last year of an apparent suicide.  

Brunel and Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former girlfriend, reportedly obtained girls to Epstein’s satisfaction, according to The Guardian on Dec. 17. 

Maxwell has now been in a New York jail for months and is awaiting trial scheduled for July, also for child sex trafficking.

Brunel initially promoted aspiring models from his Paris headquarters, but the agency was banned in Europe on allegations of abuse.

After being financed by Epstein, who was introduced to Brunel by Maxwell, he founded the modeling company MC2 Model Management in the United States.

Just three days before his arrest, Canadian authorities detained Peter J. Nygard, a Canadian fashion executive in Winnipeg, Canada, following a request from U.S. authorities, the Department of Justice reported on Dec. 15.

Nygard, 79, is charged with sex trafficking and extortion crimes committed over decades, against several dozen victims in the United States, the Bahamas, and Canada, among other places.

To coerce his victims, Nygard and others used force, fraud, and coercion to enforce his wishes and those of his clients and friends. 

“Peter Nygard’s arrest marks the next chapter in holding him and his accomplices accountable for the unspeakable crimes against women and children they have perpetuated for decades. We will continue to seek justice,” said one of his victims.

Epstein with the help of Maxwell took his victims, who could be as young as 12, to a private island in the Caribbean, where he abused them.

He often traveled with powerful guests from various countries, including former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew of the British royal family and many others. 

Conchita Sarnoff, executive director of the Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking and author of the book “TrafficKing,” said the former president was untruthful when he denied flying on Epstein’s private plane with underage girls in an interview with Fox News.

According to the records written by different pilots, Clinton flew on 27 occasions in the so-called Lolita Express and Sarnoff believes that in almost all cases there were underage girls aboard.

“I know from the pilot records, and these are records written by different pilots at different times, that Clinton was invited by Epstein 27 times,” Sarnoff explained.

Epstein was found dead in his cell, under circumstances that raise suspicions of murder, even though it was declared he committed suicide. 

However, it seems that the investigations do not stop and he could be implicated in the crimes of sexual exploitation of minors and trafficking of important personalities from several countries.