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Jeffery Epstein associate allegedly asked Elon Musk if it was possible to ‘Delete someone from the Internet’

According to a Vanity Fair writer, Ghislaine Maxwell “asked Elon Musk to DESTROY the internet” over a picture.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, appeared to have responded to Jesselyn Maxwell, a convicted sex trafficker, at a 2014 Vanity Fair party when a notorious picture of the two of them emerged. Musk, 51, has repeatedly denied knowing Maxwell, claiming on Twitter that she had “bombed photographs” of the billionaire and prospective Twitter CEO in the past.

However, according to a fresh account acquired from a Vanity Fair staffer, the two spoke as the picture was being shot at the magazine’s Oscars. According to the New York Times, the staffer said that Maxwell, who is now incarcerated at the FCI jail in Tallahassee, Florida, asked Musk if there was a “way to pull the individual off the Internet.”

She allegedly told Musk to “kill the Internet” after that. Apparently, Musk disagreed. For assisting Jeffrey Epstein in running his complex sex trafficking network, Maxwell was given a 20-year jail term in June. She is now incarcerated at Florida’s FCI Tallahassee Low-Security Prison.

At a Vanity Fair party when a notorious picture of the two of them together circulated, Tesla CEO Elon Musk seems to have responded to inquiries from convicted sex trafficker Jeslin Maxwell. The 51-year-old Musk has repeatedly denied knowing Maxwell and has previously claimed on Twitter that she had “bombed images” of the billionaire and prospective Twitter CEO.

Maxwell reportedly questioned Musk why aliens hadn’t already made contact with humanity to stop their discussion almost ten years ago. According to the employee, the tech tycoon said that “all civilizations perish in the end”—including hypothetical extraterrestrial civilizations—and even indicated that people exist in a simulation.

Musk brought up the image a number of times after being charged with becoming friends with Maxwell, also known as the mistress of wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, using the image as proof.

In a subsequent tweet, he clarified and apologized, writing: “She stunned me at the Vanity Fair Oscars. Riley’s tallest was with him during the event. I don’t even know Ghislaine. Why do you believe it needs to be a more extensive story?

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Ghislaine Maxwell and Elon Musk attend the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter on March 2, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. Kevin Mazur/VF14/WireImage

In a statement sent on Twitter, Riley, Musk’s second wife and the star of HBO’s Westwood, also denied knowing Maxwell. I don’t know Ghislaine at all,” Musk wrote in response to someone requesting the picture in July 2020. She once surprised me at a Vanity Fair gathering a few years back. Why VF welcomed her in the first place is a true mystery.
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Elon Musk in response to a photo with Ghislaine Maxwell

In a statement posted on Twitter, Talula Riley, Musk’s second wife and the star of the HBO series Westwood denied knowing Maxwell.
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Musk brought up the image a number of times after being charged with becoming friends with Maxwell, also known as the mistress of wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, using the image as proof.

Graydon Carter, who was the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair at the time and also ran the magazine in 2002, hosted a party for the publication. Carter was also in charge of the publication in 2002, when Epstein’s article, which contained claims of sexual assault, was abruptly shortened.

Two Farmer sisters, Annie and Mary, made accusations against Maxwell and Epstein in the Vicki Ward piece. Separately, they both admitted to me that Epstein had molested Annie when she was only 15 years old. In 2021, Ward contributed to the Daily Mail.

Even though she claims that the newspaper has “three sources to back up their charges,” Lord claims that Carter informed her that the newspaper’s attorneys do not think its reporting is “adequate.”

Before editing out, Epstein made an appearance at the magazine’s offices. Ward Said: It is quite rare, to say the least, for the topic of an investigative published paper to emerge at the headquarters of the publication that ranks them—possibly secretly in the writer’s office.

Did the magazine feel under any pressure from the well-connected Epstein to deny any allegations of sexual assault it had concerning him? I’m not sure.

I was asked to write a piece for Vanity Fair in the autumn of 2002 on Jeffrey Epstein, a highly intriguing and wealthy guy. She quickly learned that Ghislaine and Epstein had been involved in a difficult relationship for more than ten years.

The FBI accused Maxwell, 60, of recruiting and trafficking minor females in connection with her relationship with the late pedophile Epstein, and she was found guilty. She received a 20-year jail term.

Her issues have been made worse by the fact that her family is now being sued for $850,000 by attorneys for the tiny Colorado-based business HMF, who claim to have defended Maxwell in cases filed by the victims of her ex-boyfriend Epstein as far back as 2017.

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Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein pose for a portrait during a party at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, February 12, 2000. Davidoff Studios/Getty Images

A victim going by the name of “Jane,” Annie Farmer, Kate, and a fourth lady going by the name of Caroline all testified against Maxwell throughout her trial, which lasted several weeks.

The jury learned over the course of three weeks about Maxwell’s “serving” of Epstein with underage females and her enjoyment of her position as the “lady of the house” at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

The attorneys stated that Maxwell was Epstein’s “right hand” and either paid $200 for a sexual massage or was complicit in the abuse that took place between 1994 and 2004. The victims, some of whom were as young as 14, were informed that they received a comparable amount of money if they brought acquaintances to Epstein.

In order to offer jurors a glimpse of Epstein’s houses, the prosecution brought 24 witnesses throughout the trial. Epstein’s properties have been the focus of intrigue and rumors since his arrest in Florida in 2006 for a child sex case.

Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell accuse her family of concealing her multi-million dollar income and are suing them for $850,000 in unpaid legal bills. 

Epstein “deceived everyone in his sphere,” according to Maxwell, who spoke in court before punishment. Maxwell was charged with trafficking and enlisting minors into Epstein’s sex slavery. Maxwell, the daughter of publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, was brought up as a British socialite. Her attorneys said that his untimely death in 1991 left her open to Epstein’s manipulation.

A maid said that Epstein was a banker who made contacts with powerful politicians and businesses, thus he was supposed to be “blind, deaf, dumb” about his personal life.

Aboard the testimony stand, the pilots listed the luminaries who traveled on Epstein’s private aircraft, including Prince Andrew of Britain, Bill Clinton, and Donald Trump.

A “black book” that had the contact information for some of the victims under the category “massage” was also physically shown before the jury, as was the foldable massage table that Epstein previously used. In accordance with bank records, he transferred $30.7 million to Maxwell.

The 58-page house manual, which the prosecution said was prepared by Maxwell and covered every facet of maintaining a property in Palm Beach, was also made public. There were hundreds of checklists for every room in the home, along with advice on what kinds of lotions to purchase and when to replenish the toothpaste.

With inputs from Vanity Fair & Chof360

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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