Jeffrey Epstein built fortune by 'blackmailing investors over sex parties,' says sociology professor writing a book about the financier | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Jeffrey Epstein built fortune by 'blackmailing investors over sex parties,' says sociology professor writing a book about the financier

Jeffrey Epstein is a 'fraudster' who may have made his riches through embezzling millions from his charity and blackmailing investors, according to a sociology professor, who is writing a book about the embattled financier.

Thomas Volscho, a professor at the College of Staten Island, has investigated how Epstein made his fortune, which has remained a 'mystery.'

Volscho identified a Virgin Island corporate filing, where he claimed Epstein's company has $82million and a deed for 14 parcels of land for Elizabeth Ross Johnson - the heiress of Johnson & Johnson - with his name on it, as just one venture that Epstein has mentioned as a source of funds.

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