Jeffrey Epstein was obsessed with 'unbearable' James Bond spoof filled with child sex and rapes, claims actress

The shocking new revelation comes after writer Leland Nally called every single number listed in the hedge fund honcho's black book


                            Jeffrey Epstein was obsessed with 'unbearable' James Bond spoof filled with child sex and rapes, claims actress
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A contact from Jeffrey Epstein's infamous black book has claimed the pedophile financier was obsessed with a twisted James Bond spoof novel that was riddled with child sex abuse. Epstein would purportedly boast that people may "understand" his own fixation with young women and sex if they read the book, The Sun reported.

The shocking new revelation comes after writer Leland Nally called every single number listed in the hedge fund honcho's black book. Nally made a total of around 2,000 calls and later revealed details in Mother Jones magazine. The black book reportedly contains contact details of some of the most influential and famous people in the world, including billionaire Richard Branson, former F1 boss Flavio Briatore, former British PM Tony Blair, as well as rocker Mick Jagger.

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Jeffrey Epstein's residence at 9 East 71st Street in the Manhattan borough of New York (Getty Images)

One actress who was listed in the document — identified only as Julie — reportedly opened up to Nally about her decades-long friendship with Epstein. Julie recalled how she would meet with his celebrity friends and would often be flown to his private Caribbean island Little Saint James. While the actress said she never witnessed any sexual abuse herself, she knew Epstein was into "young girls" but "never questioned whether any were of legal age."

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Nonetheless, she distinctly remembered one conversation she had with the billionaire pedophile, in which he recommended the book 'The Man From O.R.G.Y.' — an obscure 1965 parody of James Bond written by Theodore Mark Gottfried under the pen name of Ted Mark, The Sun reported. Julie claimed Epstein gave her the book after she asked him "why he was like this." "Read this book, and that will help you understand", Epstein responded, adding that it had "influenced him to become wealthy."

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According to Nally, however, the book is an "unbearable horror show" which contains "toddler brothels" and "graphic details of children and infants being ceremonially raped." According to The Sun, it is the story of a con-man who travels the world pretending to be a "sex researcher" in order to spy for the US, and the title is inspired by the name of the protagonist's fake research team the Organization for the Rational Guidance of Youth (O.R.G.Y.).

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In one scene, per the report, protagonist Victor gets custody of a sex slave who tells him about her life and claims "girls enjoy being raped." The main character also participates in depraved sex acts as he spies on the rich and powerful to learn compromising secrets. The Sun described the book as a "chilling echo of Epstein's own web of sex slavery as he hid in plain sight among the world's elite."

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Two of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims, Michelle Licata (L) and Courtney Wild (R), exit the courthouse after a hearing about the billionaire financier on July 8, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Julie has said she doesn't know what the book was about neither does she want to. "I never read it and don't think I ever will," she told Nally. The actress also remembered seeing Epstein survivor Virginia Giuffre on the island, saying she was "always there". Julie told Nally that she's "glad" Epstein is dead, but at times appeared to defend him and cast doubt on his alleged victims, per the report. However, she noted how she mostly feels betrayed at how "someone whom she looked up to, could have done such awful, hideous things." "I think a lot about why my role and some girls' roles were different," Julie said. "I think Jeffrey liked to exploit people. If he saw a girl and could corrupt her, he might like that."

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The actress also noted how his personality changed as he moved up in the world, becoming further emboldened to carry out his twisted fantasies without facing consequences. Jeffrey Epstein died under mysterious circumstances in his New York jail cell last August, while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges.

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