A victim of Jeffrey Epstein, who provided testimony against Ghislaine Maxwell, has tragically passed away under strange circumstances.
Earlier this year, Ghislaine Maxwell, who has been implicated as an accomplice to Jeffrey Epstein, was sentenced to a prison term of 20 years.
Maxwell served as an alleged facilitator of Jeffrey Epstein’s illicit activities for an extended period, although the Department of Justice (DOJ) was purportedly aware of their involvement in the trafficking of underage girls, some as young as 12. However, the DOJ reportedly chose not to intervene.
One of the victims of Jeffrey Epstein, Carolyn Andriano, who provided testimony against Ghislaine Maxwell, was discovered in a state of unresponsiveness at a hotel in West Palm Beach earlier this year. The West Palm Beach police initiated an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding her demise subsequent to the determination that her passing resulted from an unintended consumption of drugs.
The mother of Andriano implored the police to conduct a thorough investigation into her daughter’s demise, vehemently asserting that she was devoid of any substance abuse involving drugs or alcohol.
Based on a report from The Daily Beast, it was found that Carolyn Andriano had engaged in text-based communication with her mother, whereby she discussed the prospects of establishing a fresh existence alongside her spouse, John Pitts, and their five offspring, before to her untimely demise.
According to a story by The Daily Beast:
Carolyn Andriano, a victim of sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein whose testimony was crucial to putting away his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, has died.
There was no obituary or funeral service after she died earlier this year, and police in West Palm Beach, Florida, opened an investigation into her death. After The Daily Beast reached out for comment, police spokesman Mike Jachles told us that the investigation was concluding and that Carolyn died of an accidental overdose.
The 36-year-old mother-of-five had planned to start a new chapter in North Carolina, at a new house with a fireplace and half-acre lot with a chicken coop. Carolyn and her husband, John Pitts, had purchased the property just weeks before she was found unresponsive in a West Palm Beach hotel room on May 23.
Before her death, “she was ecstatic,” Carolyn’s mother, Dorothy Groenert, told The Daily Beast. “She was all set up for a whole new lifestyle.”
Groenert says Carolyn’s death came as a shock because she was working on building a new life and texted her recently about being free of drugs and alcohol.
The way Groenert sees it, some things about her daughter’s overdose don’t make sense, and she wants cops to investigate further.
“We have been informed that an individual with the same name as your late wife has been identified as one of the key witnesses in the Ghislaine Maxwell sex-trafficking trial. We just need to confirm if it was her. Please understand that we approach this matter with utmost respect and sensitivity. Our intention is solely to gather accurate information and ensure clarity on this specific issue,” The Gateway Pundit wrote at the time.
In an earnest quest for veracity, The Gateway Pundit proactively contacted John Pitts in the month of June to ascertain the veracity of their claim that they were the one who provided testimony in the Ghislaine Maxwell case.
When asked, there was reportedly a pause. Pitts’s refusal to respond left a huge hole in the narrative.
Carolyn’s sister was contacted by The Gateway Pundit as well, but at that time, no response was received.
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