Maria Farmer, who along with her younger sister Annie was one of the first women to contact the FBI with allegations about the pedophile, spoke about her horror when she was shown the media room inside Epstein’s home.
That horror stemmed from the fact that Farmer quickly realized once she was inside the room that Epstein had cameras surveying guests throughout the house – even in the bathroom.
‘The main thing, I thought was interesting was he showed me where the men monitoring everything were,’ Farmer told Anthony Mason in her interview that aired on Monday.
‘So if you’re facing the house, there’s a window on the right that’s barred. That’s the room, the media room is what he called it.’
She also confirmed the existence of a secret door, which was previously referenced by Virginia Roberts in court fillings back in 2015,’
‘There was a door that looked like an invisible door with all this limestone and everything. You push it, and you go in. And I saw all the cameras,’ explained Farmer.
‘What it was, was old televisions, basically like stacked. Monitors inside this cabinet. There were men sitting here.’
right by the ground floor entrance to Epstein’s $77 million townhouse (circled in red)
Farmer then made a motion to suggest that the men were in front of the monitors closely watching the feeds.
‘I looked on the cameras, and I saw toilet, toilet, bed, bed, toilet, bed. I’m like, I am never going to use the restroom here, and I’m never going to sleep here. You know, it was obvious that they were like monitoring private moments.’
Her sister Annie was also assaulted by Epstein and Maxwell when they flew her to his ranch in New Mexico. Annie was 15 at the time.
Farmer said that she reported her assault to both the NYPD and FBI in 1996, but nothing appeared to be done about her allegations.
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