Christina Oxenberg said Maxwell, who has been accused of being Epstein’s procurer of young girls, told her: ‘I look for what I know is Jeffrey’s type and I bring ’em home’.
Maxwell was ‘proud’ to be a recruiter for the pedophile during a meeting in 1997 when she wanted Oxenberg, an author and socialite, to write her memoir.
Oxenberg claims that contrary to many reports, Maxwell was not dating Epstein in the 1990s even though she wanted to marry Epstein so he would ‘elevate’ her and prove she was ‘more than an employee’.
She kept herself thin so he would find her attractive but she wasn’t his type and preferred a stunning blonde former Miss Sweden.
But Epstein did apparently appreciate Maxwell’s talents and in a claim that Oxenberg finds chilling in hindsight, she said he ‘keeps me around because I don’t make mistakes’.
Oxenberg speaks out in a new documentary about Epstein’s death called Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?, which premieres on IDGO on Monday, the streaming service for Investigation Discovery. The series will premiere on TV on May 31 on the same network.
Speaking to DailyMail.com ahead of the documentary airing, Oxenberg told of how she first met Epstein in 1986, and then years later was introduced to Maxwell. ‘
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