Clare Hazell, now known as Countess of Iveagh, aka Clare Guinness, is listed in the Epstein black books and on flight manifests from his planes.
The farming baron is also a descendant of the family which built the Irish brewing dynasty.
Here they are (below) in happier times at their home in Suffolk (source: Dominic Bradbury).
There’s a Clare Hazell in the Epstein flight logs who travelled on the dead sex offender’s jets more than 30 times.
That, however, doesn’t mean she was involved in the sex trafficking. We make no such allegation.
“She denies wrongdoing,” an Attorney representing survivors, Josh Schiller, told the Sunday Mirror.
He added: “I can confirm that we have already asked to interview her.”
Mr Schiller represents victims including Virginia Guiffre— whose claims are central to the scandal engulfing the Queen’s son, Prince Andrew.
A Clare Hazell was said to have been friendly with Ghislaine Maxwell in the early 2000s.
The Countess Iveagh has also been the subject of lurid and, to date, unproven allegations by a survivor’s sister, Maria Farmer.
It’s said she met Earl Ned Iveagh Guinness at a dinner party and they married in the family chapel in 2000. At the time, she was said to have been writing a children’s cook book.
They two two teen children together.
The Countess of Iveagh was until last year the chair of a child welfare organisation, the NSPCC.
Her association with the group spurned a letter-writing campaign asking for the Hazell who was associated with Epstein to be removed from the position.
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