Jeffrey Epstein: A Timeline through 2019

JEFFREY EPSTEIN TIMELINE (I have a special interest in this case as I was a sex slave for a friend of Epstein's).

(On the morning of July 11, 2019 the Timeline I created yesterday was hacked. I am reposting and re-adding the corresponding links. Bear with me, this is getting heavy.)


Born and raised in Coney Island to modest income parents. Father worked for the City’s Parks Department.


Graduates from Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, NY.


Epstein took some classes in physics at Cooper Union and took courses in mathematical physiology of the heart. He left both schools without graduating.


Hired at the age of 20 by William Barr’s father Donald – the headmaster of The Dalton School on the Upper East Side as a calculus and physics teacher (although Epstein was by this time a two-time college dropout.


Alan “Ace” Greenberg offers Epstein a job at Bear Stearns after he tutored his son and after Epstein “becomes friendly” with Greenberg’s daughter.


Epstein is made a limited partner at Bear Stearns by Greenberg.


Epstein is fired from Bear Stearns because of a “Red D Violation.” In consumer banking, “Regulation D” often refers to §204.2(d)(2) of the regulation, which limits withdrawals or outgoing transfers from a savings or money market account.

Mid 1980s (through 1993)

Epstein becomes involved with his first mentor Steven Jude Hoffenberg who used to live at Trump Towers and worked briefly for the Trump Presidential campaign in 2016. The two are later involved in a lawsuit where it is claimed they orchestrated and operated a massive Ponzi scheme.


Epstein meets Leslie Wexner CEO The Limited, Victoria’s Secret, Express, Bath & Body Works, through Robert Meister, Vice Chairman of Aon Insurance brokering and consulting firm. It is through Meister that he is introduced to billionaire Leslie Wexner. (James Patterson in his book “Filthy Rich” states it was 1988 although Epstein has made statements to journalists that it was in 1986 and 1987).


A corporation owned jointly by Wexner and Epstein purchases the mansion at 9 East 71st Street in New York City. They pay $13.2 million which, at the time, was the highest price ever paid for a Manhattan townhouse, according to property records


Epstein sues Herbert Glass who sold him his house in Palm Beach for $13,444. (An absurdly low amount of money for someone supposedly in his position to go after).


Trump hosts a private party for himself and Epstein. Businessman George Houraney said that on behalf of Trump’s request he invited 28 women to attend. When Houraney discoveres it is a VIP party for just Trump and Epstein he tells Trump “I can’t have him going after younger girls.” He told a Slate reporter: “Trump didn’t care about that.”


Steven Jude Hoffenberg was sentenced to 20 years in jail for running one of the biggest Ponzi schemes at that time.

Epstein’s first mentor, Steven Hoffenberg, and Epstein are alleged in a lawsuit filed in 2018 of orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme through a fraudulent hedge funds named The Financial Trust Company (TFC), XYZ Corp., and ABC, Inc.


Epstein as “consultant” to TFC transferred securities, cash and assets to himself. (Lawsuit Gerber vs Financial Trust). Epstein is said to have “orchestrated” the schemes.


Epstein buys the 70-acre Island, Little St. James, off St. Thomas


Vanity Fair became interested in a story profiling him by Vicky Ward. He tried to kill the story by confronting Graydon Carter, editor in chief at his office.


The FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Florida learned of Epstein repeated sexual abuse of minor girls.


The Palm Beach Police Department begin to look through Epstein’s trash and collect evidence of Epstein’s obsession with training sex slaves through books he ordered from Amazon on or about September 4, 2005. One book ‘SlaveCraft: Roadmaps for Erotic Servitude by Guy Baldwin’.


Acosta tells Trump transition team he was told to back off Epstein because he “belonged to Intelligence” according to investigative reporter Vicky Ward.


Epstein enters into a Non-Prosecution Agreement with then U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida Alexander Acosta.


Epstein is arrested upon his arrival at Teterboro airport on July 6, 2019 on federal sex trafficking charges of children as young as 14 (although one is known to have been 13 when she allegedly had sex with Donald Trump at a party at his mansion in New York City).