The mentor of Swedish princess Sofia brought young women to Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion
The American billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein donated large amounts of money to the Stockholm School of Economics’ scholarship for women. As his conviction was made public the school downplayed his involvement and continued receiving money. Barbro Ehnbom, the founder of the scholarship, repeatedly invited young Swedish women to Epstein's luxury home in New York. Dress code? Bare legs.
Dagens ETC can reveal new information regarding the decisions made by the School of Economics and confirm that Epstein approached several of these Swedish women - urging them to find new potential victims.
On a mild spring evening a group of Swedish-speaking women gathered in front of a stone palace on New York’s Upper East Side. A few years later the luxurious Manhattan estate would become infamously known as a site where Jeffrey Epstein raped underage girls.
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