Vicky Ward's new podcast on Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly retraumatizing some of the victims.

Maria Farmer, the first victim who provided the first criminal complaint about Epstein, said that Vicky Ward was profiting from their stories and that she sent her a cease-and-desist letter, Page Six reported.

Farmer went on to say that Ward is a "presstitute" and vulture, adding that the investigative journalist will not stop torturing the victims.

Vicky Ward brushed off allegations against her saying that it is "categorically untrue" and insisted that her new Jeffrey Epstein podcast, "Chasing Ghislaine," and her upcoming Discovery+ documentary are not focused on sexual claims. 

She said that the content would be focused on men and male power, particularly the men behind the scenes that they were slowly learning more about after Epstein's death.

Maria Farmer had a history with Ward, saying that she and her sister, Annie, had opened up to the journalist about how they were locked in rooms, kidnapped, and raped by Jeffrey Epstein. However, their story was not run in a 2003 Vanity Fair profile on Epstein.

Maria Farmer said that she told everything to Ward in great detail about what happened. She added that she feels revictimized every time she hears Vicky Ward or her British accent.

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Vicky Ward on Meeting Ghislaine Maxwell

Vicky Ward said that she met Ghislaine Maxwell at the same parties that she was invited to. The British journalist also said that Ghislaine Maxwell talked about sex a lot, Daily Mail reported.

In one Manhattan dinner that Ward heard about, Maxwell had asked a British movie star to lie face-down on the floor, then she jumped on his back and gave him a massage right there on the ground.

The relationship between Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein also started to unfold with them having a complicated relationship.

Ward said that sources told her Ghislaine Maxwell wanted to marry Jeffrey Epstein and have children. However, Epstein had wanted to stay single and sleep with other women.

They continued the complex relationship as Epstein could provide Maxwell the same lavish lifestyle that she had grown up with as the daughter of media mogul Robert Maxwell.

No one knew how Epstein had become so rich, with his residence being the biggest private townhouse in Manhattan and a nine-story mansion.

Reports said that Epstein also rarely goes out. Instead, wealthy and powerful people came to the convicted sex offender, who said he manages the billionaires' fortunes.

Jeffrey Epstein's Sex Trafficking Case

The case against Jeffrey Epstein gained more traction due to his notable connections, such as Queen Elizabeth II's son Prince Andrew. The two had reportedly met in 1999, but the extent of their relationship is not yet clear.

Prince Andrew had denied allegations that he had sex with one of Epstein's victims, Virginia Giuffre, several times, according to a Town and Country Mag report

Prince Andrew said that he has no recollection of ever meeting Giuffre. Epstein was also associated with former presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.

Trump earlier said that he knew Jeffrey Epstein for 15 years. But after the news of Epstein's arrest broke, Trump had distanced himself from Epstein.

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Written by: Mary Webber

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