Jeffrey Epstein once told a New York Times reporter that criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a deviation from cultural norms that at times throughout history had been considered acceptable. New York Times reporter James B. Stewart wrote an account of an interview with Epstein that took nearly a year ago in a new report published on Monday. Stewart said in his piece that Epstein appeared "at ease" talking about his "interest in young women. Stewart added that Epstein had also offered him an invitation to a dinner with director Woody Allen, though Stewart declined, an anecdote which he said illustrated Epstein's desire to "enhance his own importance to gain attention. Epstein also touted several other high-profile industry connections to Stewart during their conversation, claiming ties to Tesla CEO Elon Musk during a period of time when Musk was looking to take the electric car company private, along with claiming that he "spoke often" to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Teen who took part in oral sex with girl (12) 'was in fear of older boy' - court hears
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A teenage boy who took part in oral sex with a 12 year old girl has been ordered to complete hours of community service. Roisin Lacey SC, defending, said the incident, which lasted for about ten seconds before the girl ran off, was stage managed by the older boy. Her client, now aged 17, subsequently pleaded guilty to engaging in a sexual act with a child at a place in Co. Dublin on August 25,
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