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Jeffrey Epstein gave Sylvia Geersen’s advice on acceptable breast size

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Model Sylvia Geersen has known Jeffrey Epstein fairly well. The American businessman who died on August 10, suspected of sexual and child abuse, helped her get her modeling career in the United States years ago. The 33-year-old Sylvia was deeply impressed by the “intimidating” the man and took all his urgent advice to heart, she told Friday in the last episode of Summer with Art.

The model moved shortly after she participated in Holland’s Next Top Model in 2006 to New York where she was introduced to Jeffrey by a friend. He thought she had talent, arranged an apartment for her, and promised to put her in touch with Victoria’s Secret.

“He saw potential and could introduce me to certain customers and people,” she looked back. Jeffrey did not hide his opinion. “He also told you to wash your face if you had too much makeup on.”

Too big to be true

Even after Sylvia had had a breast augmentation, the American thought something of it. “He thought they were too big.” On his urgent advice, the model then reduced them, because she also thought it would affect casting at Victoria’s Secret.

Although Jeffrey sometimes asked if Sylvia could introduce him to friends, which she said she had never done, she never saw any inappropriate behavior from him. Former model Mariana Verkerk, who also came into contact with him during her career, has never seen anything.

“It was really awesome. We were always with a group around him but never saw anything.”

Jeffrey, who committed suicide in his cell in New York, is said to have abused dozens of underage girls.

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