ABC News is launching a two-hour broadcast special and eight-part podcast on Jeffrey Epstein and the story of the women who survived his crimes and fought back. The accusers open up with emotional accounts of the abuse they endured, their resilience, strength, and life now.
Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein dives into Epstein’s life and background, raising questions and uncovering details about how he made his money; his relationships with many notable individuals; his decades of sexually abusing young girls, including emotional accounts from two sisters about how he manipulated them; and the federal sex trafficking charges he faced before he died.
The podcast, hosted by ABC News’ Mark Remillard, is available free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and the ABC News app starting January 9 with new episodes posting every Thursday.
This is the is the ninth installment of the Truth and Lies series that premiered in 2017. Previous installments featured the Menendez brothers, Charles Manson, Watergate, Laci Peterson, Waco, Tonya Harding, Jonestown, and Monica Lewinsky/Bill Clinton.