After weeks of sleepless soul-searching and decades of meticulously destroying any information outing him as a sexual deviant, L Brands founder and billionaire Les Wexner is once again sleeping peacefully in his Columbus-area mansion.
The news comes after Wexner’s longtime associate, accused human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, was found dead in his New York jail cell Saturday.
Wexner and Epstein’s relationship had been under intense scrutiny since a July indictment accused Epstein of crimes including sex trafficking and the molestation of minors.
As one of Epstein’s only clients, it is believed that Wexner’s wealth helped finance the predator’s vast human trafficking operation, which included the abuse of young girls on a secluded private island in the Caribbean.
On the island, young girls were reportedly stripped naked, dressed head-to-toe in Victoria’s Secret lingerie, raped mercilessly in sound-proof sex chambers decorated as spiritual outposts and resold to less wealthy men of merit.
A Wexner associate who wished to remain anonymous said the business magnate is happy that justice will be avoided, but cautions against rumors and speculation linking Wexner to the murder.
“Mr. Wexner is glad the Epstein case is behind him; but, it’s a stretch to think that he ensured the death of his pederastic lover and financial manager. Leslie would never furnish Manhattan corrections officers with McDonald’s money for strangling his kid-diddling partner-in-crime,” the anonymous source said.
“Sure, Mr. Wexner has been pacing and shredding documents on his compound for 30 days straight. He’s always been thorough. And yeah, the team of fixers he dispatched to New York in July returned in time for Sunday dinner with he and Abigail. But that doesn’t mean anything. Rich people value their privacy, and protect their secrets at all costs. Who wouldn’t?”
Les Wexner declined to comment on Epstein, but remarked while drooling, “My pillow is very silky and soft and cold on the other side. It feels good on my head and neck.”