'$100 Bills in Every Car': Ex-Epstein Employee Details Ghislaine Maxwell's Demands

Juan Alessi, who worked at Jeffrey Epstein’s home in Palm Beach, testified in court about the increasingly intense requests Maxwell made to staff on the late financier’s behalf

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12/2/2021 9:45:00 PM

Testimony from Jeffrey Epstein 's former employee describes a man with increasingly intense demands who ran his house like a 'five-star hotel' with the help of 'lady of the house' Ghislaine Maxwell

Juan Alessi, who worked at Jeffrey Epstein ’s home in Palm Beach, testified in court about the increasingly intense requests Maxwell made to staff on the late financier’s behalf

Alessi described a panicked process of preparing for Epstein’s arrival. He said Maxwell would give the staff notice ranging from a day to just a couple hours in advance. They’d fly into a flurry doing what he described as “extensive preparation”: cleaning the house, changing sheets in Epstein’s bedroom and all the guest rooms, doing the shopping, and making sure Epstein’s cars he kept at the property were stocked with cash — specifically “100-dollar bills in every car,” Alessi testified, adding that Maxwell and Epstein “ran the house like a five-star hotel.”

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Flashback: Tina Turner Covers Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson on Debut Solo Album Alessi described a panicked process of preparing for Epstein’s arrival. He said Maxwell would give the staff notice ranging from a day to just a couple hours in advance. They’d fly into a flurry doing what he described as “extensive preparation”: cleaning the house, changing sheets in Epstein’s bedroom and all the guest rooms, doing the shopping, and making sure Epstein’s cars he kept at the property were stocked with cash — specifically “100-dollar bills in every car,” Alessi testified, adding that Maxwell and Epstein “ran the house like a five-star hotel.” He also described a gradual change in his employer, Epstein. He said their relationship was “cordial” in the beginning, but shift to become increasingly “professional,” and the two of them had fewer and fewer in-person conversations. In the later years of his employment, Alessi said Maxwell told him only to speak with Epstein asked him questions and to avoid eye contact when he spoke to him. “You should never look at his eyes,” he recalled Maxwell said. “Just look at another part of the room and answer him.” In an affidavit unsealed earlier this year and reported by , Alessi spoke about an elaborate messaging communication system Epstein used to make requests of his staff, routing written messages through his office in New York to Alessi rather than speaking to him in person in the house.  Alessi will continue his testimony this afternoon. In This Article: