Jeffrey Epstein’s female ‘fixer’ was still socializing with the convicted pedophile in 2012

Jeffrey Epstein’s female fixer, who allegedly procured underage girls for him to sexually abuse and was the keeper of his little black book, was still socializing with the convicted pedophile in 2012, exclusive pictures obtained by DailyMail.com can reveal.

Sarah Kellen was seen cozied up to Epstein in February 2012 as they walked along Madison Avenue in Manhattan deep in conversation, before heading to Epstein’s $77 million townhouse.

Kellen was accused of making massage appointments for Epstein and pressuring young girls into not talking to police who said they were ‘intimidated and frightened by her,’ according to the Miami Herald.

Several alleged victims told police they were taken to Epstein’s massage room at his Palm Beach mansion by a woman named Sarah after she laid out the massage oils. 

Sarah Kellen worked as Jeffrey Epstein's fixer and allegedly procured underage girls for him to sexually abuse. She was seen with the billionaire financier in February 2012 (pictured) walking with him in Manhattan deep in conversation, before heading to Epstein's $77M townhouse

Sarah Kellen worked as Jeffrey Epstein’s fixer and allegedly procured underage girls for him to sexually abuse. She was seen with the billionaire financier in February 2012 (pictured) walking with him in Manhattan deep in conversation, before heading to Epstein’s $77M townhouse

Kellen was accused of making massage appointments for Epstein and pressuring young girls into not talking to police who said they were 'intimidated and frightened by her'

Several alleged victims told police that they were taken to Epstein's massage room at his Palm Beach mansion by a woman named Sarah after she laid out the massage oils

Kellen was accused of making massage appointments for Epstein and pressuring young girls into not talking to police who said they were ‘intimidated and frightened by her’

Kellen was given federal immunity under Epstein's non-prosecution agreement in 2007, made with former Miami federal prosecutor and ex Trump administration Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta

Kellen was given federal immunity under Epstein’s non-prosecution agreement in 2007, made with former Miami federal prosecutor and ex Trump administration Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta

Kellen did not respond to request for comment when contacted by the Daily Beast.

According to flight logs, Kellen also traveled on Epstein’s private jet with former President Bill Clinton on at least 11 flights between 2002 and 2003. 

Kellen was given federal immunity under Epstein’s non-prosecution agreement in 2007, made with former Miami federal prosecutor and Trump administration Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta – who resigned over the deal on Friday.

Epstein pleaded guilty to two prostitution charges in state court in Miami and served 13 months in Palm Beach County Jail, during which much of the time he was allowed out on work release. He was released in 2009.

Kellen, along with fellow executive assistants, Lesley Groff, Nadia Marcinkova and Adriana Ross, were named in Epstein’s 2008 sweetheart deal as ‘potential co-conspirators’. She remained fiercely loyal to Epstein after the deal and along with Marcinkova, visited him dozens of times in jail.

In 2010, Kellen was interviewed under oath as part of civil proceedings, along with Epstein’s other assistants, about their dealings with the billionaire financier and also asked whether Epstein’s close friend, Prince Andrew, was involved with underage girls.

Kellen was asked by a lawyer: ‘Would you agree with me that Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein used to share under-aged girls for sexual relations?’

She replied: ‘On the instruction of my lawyer, I must invoke my Fifth Amendment privilege.’

Prince Andrew denied any sexual contact with underage girls.

Kellen and her fellow assistants were generously compensated for working for Epstein, where they made themselves available 24/7 and were ‘indispensable to his personal and business success’, according to a 2005 article in the New York Times.

After avoiding prosecution, Kellen, 40, took steps to conceal her sordid past. She went from a blonde to a brunette and re-emerged as Sarah Kensington. Pictured: A young Kellen with blonde hair in 2003

 After avoiding prosecution, Kellen, 40, took steps to conceal her sordid past. She went from a blonde to a brunette and re-emerged as Sarah Kensington. Pictured: A young Kellen with blonde hair in 2003 

Kellen (right), along with fellow executive assistants, Lesley Groff, Nadia Marcinkova (left) and Adriana Ross, were named in Epstein's 2008 sweetheart deal as 'potential co-conspirators'. She remained fiercely loyal to Epstein after the deal and along with Marcinkova, visited him dozens of times in jail

Kellen (right), along with fellow executive assistants, Lesley Groff, Nadia Marcinkova (left) and Adriana Ross, were named in Epstein’s 2008 sweetheart deal as ‘potential co-conspirators’. She remained fiercely loyal to Epstein after the deal and along with Marcinkova, visited him dozens of times in jail

Epstein paid each assistant more than $200,000 a year and the position came with perks ¿ access to top hairstylist, Frédéric Fekkai, private jet trips and meals from New York's top restaurants. Pictured: Kellen in Southampton in 2006

Epstein paid each assistant more than $200,000 a year and the position came with perks – access to top hairstylist, Frédéric Fekkai, private jet trips and meals from New York’s top restaurants. Pictured: Kellen in Southampton in 2006

‘They are an extension of my brain,’ Epstein told the Times. ‘Their intuition is something that I don’t have.’

Epstein paid each assistant more than $200,000 a year and the position came with perks – access to top hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai, private jet trips and meals from New York’s top restaurants.

After avoiding prosecution, Kellen, 40, took steps to conceal her sordid past.

She went from a blonde to a brunette and re-emerged as Sarah Kensington (she also goes by the aliases Sarah Lynnelle Vickers and Sarah Bonk, according to public records.)

She spent several years in Hawaii and began dating NASCAR driver Brian Vickers in 2012, where she began popping up in pit lane at his races.

The couple became engaged in the summer of 2013 and married in September 2013 in Wyoming, according to local reports

After her marriage to Vickers, 35, she re-invented herself as an interior designer and jet-sets around the world following her husband’s career. In recent years, she has been pictured in Singapore, New York, Miami, Tokyo and Capri.

The couple divide their time between their homes in New York, Miami and North Carolina.

She is the owner of SLK Designs, an interior design company. Public records with the New York Division of Corporations shows that SLK DESIGNS, LLC was established in May 2012.

She spent several years in Hawaii and began dating NASCAR driver Brian Vickers in 2012, (pictured together in 2015) where she began popping up in pit lane at his races

She spent several years in Hawaii and began dating NASCAR driver Brian Vickers in 2012, (pictured together in 2015) where she began popping up in pit lane at his races 

After her marriage to Vickers, 35, she re-invented herself as an interior designer and jet-sets around the world following her husband's career. In recent years, she has been pictured in Singapore, New York, Miami, Tokyo and Capri

After her marriage to Vickers, 35, she re-invented herself as an interior designer and jet-sets around the world following her husband’s career. In recent years, she has been pictured in Singapore, New York, Miami, Tokyo and Capri

On SLK Design's Facebook page, it states: 'Sarah Kensington makes a living doing what she loves in life, interior design. She is the owner of SLK Designs, LLC. and has studies at several schools including the University of Hawaii and New York School of Interior Design'

On SLK Design’s Facebook page, it states: ‘Sarah Kensington makes a living doing what she loves in life, interior design. She is the owner of SLK Designs, LLC. and has studies at several schools including the University of Hawaii and New York School of Interior Design’

In 2015, the Daily Mail reported that Kellen and Marchinova – who renamed herself Nadia Marcinko and is now a pilot with a company called Aviloop – were operating from $2 million apartments in a Manhattan building that was majority owned by Epstein’s brother, Mark.

Mark Epstein told the Guardian at the time he owned ‘the majority of the units in the Manhattan building’ and had never heard of the two women’s companies.

On SLK Design’s Facebook page, it states: ‘Sarah Kensington makes a living doing what she loves in life, interior design. She is the owner of SLK Designs, LLC. and has studies at several schools including the University of Hawaii and New York School of Interior Design.

‘Sarah loves fashion, photography, travel, delicious cuisine, and anything design related (housewares, interior design, art, architecture). In her free time, Sarah enjoys working with clay and painting. 

‘At the present time, Sarah Kensington is working with a number of clients on various projects including renovating several corporate apartments in New York, the Caribbean, and Paris.

‘For the houses that Sarah manages, she does a number of duties which can involve organizing staff schedules, looking for and interviewing housekeepers and chefs, purchase and source items that are needed for the household (flatware, dishes, furniture, art, etc.), design floral arrangements, and interior design.’

Epstein has properties in New York, Paris and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Epstein, 66, was charged earlier this week with two counts of underage sex trafficking. He was arrested by the FBI when his private jet landed from Paris in New Jersey on Saturday

Epstein, 66, was charged earlier this week with two counts of underage sex trafficking. He was arrested by the FBI when his private jet landed from Paris in New Jersey on Saturday

None of the women are named in the new indictment against Epstein and prosecutors say they do not anticipate filing charges against anyone soon. There is a reference, however, to the 'employees' and 'assistants' he used to allegedly traffic three underage girls in New York and Florida

None of the women are named in the new indictment against Epstein and prosecutors say they do not anticipate filing charges against anyone soon. There is a reference, however, to the ’employees’ and ‘assistants’ he used to allegedly traffic three underage girls in New York and Florida

In an online profile about her, it states: ‘When Sarah gets time away from her busy career, she enjoys traveling the world. She has visited a number of different places including Bali, China, Japan, Russia, Cuba, Australia, Belize, Brazil, Colombia, France, Italy, England, Middle East, Israel, Africa, and all over the United States.

‘Reading is another favorite past times that Sarah enjoys. She is currently reading Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott. Her favorite book is by Ayn Rand; Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. Sarah is a lover of classic novels such as Dracula, The Hobbit, and Sherlock Homes.’

Epstein, 66, was charged earlier this week with two counts of underage sex trafficking. He was arrested by the FBI when his private jet landed from Paris in New Jersey on Saturday.

None of the women are named in the new indictment against Epstein and prosecutors say they do not anticipate filing charges against anyone soon.

There is a reference, however, to the ’employees’ and ‘assistants’ he used to allegedly traffic three underage girls in New York and Florida.

Acosta sealed the 2008 agreement, the Miami Herald reported, meaning neither the victims nor the public were aware of Epstein’s crimes nor who else was involved in helping him abuse underage girls.

The legality of that agreement is now in question (Epstein’s victims were not informed of it at the time which is a violation of the law), meaning the future of Epstein’s female cohorts is uncertain. 

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