The mysterious Sarah Kellen, once Jeffrey Epstein’s top assistant, might soon reveal information that could impact many high-profile influential figures in several ways.
Kellen, who worked for Epstein in the early 2000s, is at the center of a storm of speculation as sealed court documents are set to be released, potentially implicating a host of high-profile individuals in Epstein’s notorious sex trafficking ring.
Kellen, now 44, has been described as having a “front-row seat to the debauchery” of Epstein’s world. “What she knows would shock the world,” a source told The Messenger.
Her role allegedly involved scheduling the infamous “massages” where Epstein sexually abused his victims. Despite her deep involvement, Kellen has not been charged with a crime and has maintained that she, too, was a victim of Epstein, claiming she was “raped and abused weekly.”
The upcoming document release, part of a defamation suit settled in 2017 involving Epstein’s partner Ghislaine Maxwell, is expected to reveal the names of more than 150 people connected to Epstein. Among these names, former President Bill Clinton is expected to be included. The unsealing of documents could provide unprecedented insights into the workings of Epstein’s network and the extent of its connections.
A source close to her hinted at the possibility of a tell-all book or a documentary deal. The information is seen as a “get out of jail free card” for Kellen, valuable enough to be retained as leverage to maintain her freedom. “She has so much to say, to plead her case,” the source claimed. “It’s more valuable for her to hold onto the information should she need it to stay free.”
The Epstein flight logs are the records of private jet flights connected to Jeffrey Epstein, the financier who faced criminal charges for sex trafficking before his controversial death in 2019. These logs gained significant public attention due to Epstein’s connections with numerous high-profile individuals, including politicians, celebrities, and business leaders.
The flight logs have been a key piece of evidence in investigations related to Epstein’s criminal activities. They detailed the names of passengers who flew on his private jets, most notably the Boeing 727 that was nicknamed the “Lolita Express.”
These records were scrutinized to identify individuals who might have been involved with or aware of Epstein’s illegal activities. Many individuals named in the logs have denied any knowledge or involvement in such activities.
Living a life of near-anonymity with her husband, former NASCAR driver Brian Vickers, in a luxury Miami Beach condo, Kellen has managed to stay out of the public eye. Their residence, described as a “fortress,” is equipped with private entrances to avoid unwanted legal surprises like subpoenas.
“They don’t want any changes. So the pattern for which they live, which by the way is very careful — almost to the point of paranoia, is not without purpose,” the source said.
In December 2020, while speaking to The Sun, Kellen stated her position, asserting, “I’ve been made out to be such a monster — but it’s not true.”