Jeffrey Epstein’s Alleged Ex-Girlfriend Admits To Bringing Young Women To The Billionaire

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An alleged ex-girlfriend of the late billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has confirmed that she was asked to bring young girls to him.

Rina Oh, 41, denied helping Epstein abuse young girls, but did confirm that she brought him three women, according to Tuesday’s episode of “BROKEN: Seeking Justice.” The ages of the women were 20, 24, and 25 years old, Oh told the Daily Caller. Oh also admitted on the podcast to taking outspoken Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre to buy a schoolgirl outfit at the request of Ghislaine Maxwell.

Maxwell gave Giuffre $200 cash for the outfit, Oh told the Daily Caller.

“I was just called and said, ‘Can you take Virginia shopping for a little schoolgirl outfit. You would know where to go — take her there,'” Oh recalled on the podcast.

“I wasn’t asking any questions,” she continued. “I just did as I was told. And you don’t ask questions … that’s rude.”

Taking Giuffre to shop didn’t concern Oh. (RELATED: Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Virginia Giuffre Reacts To Arrest Of Ghislaine Maxwell)

“17 to me is not a child,” she said on the podcast.

“Seventeen is a minor — 17 is not a child,” Oh added. “And 17 is of legal age in New York state … in most states, 17 is legal.”

Oh later admitted that she now realizes that Giuffre was “brought in to serve a purpose.”

“Like she was groomed to do this. At an early age,” she said. “He’s not the only one who was involved.”

Before his death in August of 2019, Epstein was charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking.

Editor’s Note: The article was updated to reflect the exact ages of the alleged victims, specifically the three aforementioned women. Oh reached out to the Daily Caller after publication to provide clarification.