- Sarah Kellen (Brian) Vickers, 40, who is accused of having a rolodex of women she would call up for massages at Epstein’s mansion in Palm Beach, Florida
- Jean-Luc Brunel
- Lesley Groff, 53, is said to have been Epstein’s executive assistant for 20 years and said in a 2005 interview that she had such a tight bond with him
- Nadia Marcinko, 35, is alleged to have taken part in sexual encounters with underage girls and has been described as Epstein’s on-off girlfriend
- Adriana Ross is a former model from Poland in her 30s who allegedly helped to organize Epstein’s massages
- Haley Robson
The ‘lieutenant’ – Sarah Kellen Vickers
Kellen is married to former NASCAR driver Brian Vickers. The two were married in Wyoming in 2013, according to NASCAR blog The Fast and the Fabulous. Though both Vickers and Kellen are largely off the grid, social media-wise, Vickers does have an active Twitter account. Kellen, too, has a Twitter account, though she hasn’t posted on it since 2013. Source
Just below Ms. Maxwell in the chain of command was Sarah Kellen, another high-ranking employee, who has been accused in multiple lawsuits of scheduling girls for sex sessions with Mr. Epstein in his Palm Beach mansion.
She was called the “lieutenant” in one lawsuit. David Rodgers, Mr. Epstein’s pilot, said in a deposition that Ms. Kellen was “like an assistant to Ghislaine.”
Ms. Kellen kept the names and numbers of all the girls who gave Mr. Epstein erotic massages, according to Palm Beach police reports and Ms. Robson’s deposition. She would call them whenever Mr. Epstein was in town, asking the girls if they were ready to “work,” the reports and Ms. Robson said.
“She saw herself as the boss,” said Spencer T. Kuvin, a West Palm Beach lawyer who represented several accusers in lawsuits. “Sarah was really running that organization, bringing girls and getting them in and out of the Palm Beach home.”
Ms. Kellen, who sometimes goes by Sarah Kensington or Sarah Vickers, did not respond to requests for an interview. Her lawyers also did not respond to requests for comment.
Multiple girls told Palm Beach detectives that when they arrived at Mr. Epstein’s mansion, Ms. Kellen would escort them upstairs to Mr. Epstein’s bedroom and lay out the massage table with the various oils and lotions that they were to use on him, according to police reports.
In an interview, Ms. Ransome said Ms. Kellen and Ms. Maxwell also gave her tips on how to give Mr. Epstein erotic massages, including how to rub his feet and best satisfy him sexually.
“It was Ghislaine and Sarah Kellen that showed me how to please Jeffrey,” Ms. Ransome said.
Lesley Groff – Mr. Epstein’s executive assistant for almost 20 years, was one of the possible co-conspirators named in the 2008 plea deal Mr. Epstein’s lawyers worked out with the United States attorney’s office in Miami.
She said in a 2005 interview with The Times that she answered Mr. Epstein’s telephone and managed his schedule, which included meetings with prominent scientists, Wall Street executives, foreign dignitaries and American politicians.
Over the years, she said in 2005, she formed a special bond with the financier, anticipating his needs. “I know what he is thinking,” she said at the time.
But Ms. Ransome said in her lawsuit that Ms. Groff, now 53, also arranged travel and lodging for the seemingly endless stream of adolescent girls and young women who provided Mr. Epstein with erotic massages.
In a recent interview with The Times, Ms. Ransome said Ms. Groff communicated directly with her, repeating Mr. Epstein’s promises to help her obtain a fashion degree.
Ms. Groff’s lawyer, Michael Bachner, said his client worked as part of a professional staff, making appointments, taking messages and setting up meetings. “At no time during Lesley’s employment with Epstein did she ever engage in any misconduct and never knowingly made travel arrangements for anyone under 18,” Mr. Bachner said.
Ms. Ransome also alleged in her lawsuit that she was instructed by Mr. Epstein’s associates to go on a diet and to lose about 11 pounds to maintain her slim figure. In one email exchange reviewed by The Times, Ms. Ransome told Ms. Groff she was monitoring her weight for Mr. Epstein. “Please could you also let him know that I am now 57 kg and that everything is going well,” Ms. Ransome emailed Ms. Groff in 2007.
Another of Mr. Epstein’s assistants, Adriana Ross, was also named as a potential co-conspirator in the 2008 plea deal.
When Palm Beach police were investigating Mr. Epstein around 2005, Ms. Ross removed three computers from the Florida mansion, Mr. Banasiak, the house manager, said in a deposition. The police noted in their reports that the computers, which they had reason to think might contain photos of naked girls, were missing when investigators arrived.
“She show up one day with gentleman,” Mr. Banasiak said. “And she told me that they are moving out those computers.”
Ms. Ross, who went on to study accounting and is based in Miami, did not respond to calls or emails seeking comment.
Nadia Marcinko, 35, is alleged to have taken part in sexual encounters with underage girls and has been described as Epstein’s on-off girlfriend
Haley Robson claims she was a teenage victim of Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual advances when she was 17-years old.
Robson later became one of the key plays who helped recruit teenage girls to his Palm Beach mansion.
According to 2006 probable cause affidavit, which is accessible online, Robson gave full details to the police about her role in the Epstein case.
Following the incident, Epstein offered Robson the opportunity to recruit other girls in exchange for money, to which she agreed.
Robson told police said she recruited approximately six underage girls, her friends and classmates, to visit Epstein’s house.