Netflix has officially announced that a new docuseries focusing on the hidden life of Jeffrey Epstein will be coming to its streaming platform this May 27.
Titled, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, the four-part docuseries will provide an intimate investigation into the many sexual allegations that Mr. Epstein was accused of, prior to his arrest, and then confusing and controversial suicide in 2019.
The case became widely popular due to a consistent belief that Mr. Epstein was involved sexually with minors. Unfortunately for many cases of sexual abuse, or crimes that involve an individual with substantial amounts of money and influence, the ability to hide and dismiss information is often suggested; and many individuals believe that there is far more truth to be discovered.
Also included are interviews with Epstein’s accusers—whose bone chilling details of their encounters reveal truths never before heard of in a public space.
Jeffrey Epstein is no stranger to sexual offenses—the wealthy financier was first accused of having sexual relations with underage women dating back to 2005 (with some ages being as young as 14).
He was officially arrested in July of 2019 for sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York, but coincidentally died in his jail cell nearly a month later. Subsequently, all charges against him were dropped, and the coroner ruled his death as a suicide.
Check out the trailer to Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich below.
By Matt Koger