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Jeffrey Epstein, dead of apparent suicide, received phone messages about meeting teenage girls; associate allegedly stole teen’s passport so she couldn’t escape Epstein [DOCS]

Newly released records show accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who reportedly committed suicide overnight in his jail cell, had received numerous telephone messages about interacting with teenage girls, the New York Post reports.

Photos of phone messages unsealed Friday from a court case show how various Epstein associates contacted him about meeting the teens.

“He just did a good one — 18 years — (She spoke to me & said ‘I love Jeffrey’),” model agent Jean Luc Brunel said in one phone message, according to an undated transcript obtained by the New York Post.

In another message from September 2005, Brunel referred to a 16-year-old girl who could teach him Russian.

“He has a teacher for you to teach you how to speak Russian,” Brunel reportedly said. “She is 2 X 8 [16] years old not blonde. Lessons are free and you can have 1st today if you call.”

Among other messages obtained by authorities and referenced in the report, one person called to tell Epstein, “I have female for him.” The caller wanted “to know if she should bring her friend with tonight.”

The phone messages appeared to be taken by someone who answered Epstein’s calls and wrote the information on paper.

Media organizations requested the records be unsealed from a libel lawsuit that one of Epstein’s victims filed against Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of helping Epstein in the trafficking operation. A federal court granted the media outlets’ request and ordered the documents, about 2,000 in all, be released to the public.

Giuffre alleged in a deposition that she also was victimized by Marvin Minsky, a now-deceased MIT professor, as well as former Sen. George Mitchell of Maine, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and financier Glenn Dubin.

The records also show Maxwell threatened and stole the passport of a 15-year-old so as to force her to have sex with Epstein.

Federal authorities arrested Epstein in July.

Officials have confirmed that Epstein died of an apparent suicide, but the cause and manner of death are still pending.