Ghislaine Maxwell’s alleged lieutenant Sarah Kellen Vickers has claimed since 2019 she was abused by Jeffrey Epstein but may now be saying she’s also a victim of cult abuse.
We found some new information today concerning the alleged Jeffrey Epstein coconspirator via her husband’s website, which may show her defence has taken on a new element.
The NASCAR champ Brian Vickers online presence was updated recently and the charities he now supports have an overall justice theme. One is even a cult information group, Foundation Against Cult Threats.
According to the former NASCAR driver: “I love to work with charities that are close to my heart.
Justice and prison reform are very important to my wife and I. We have both been wrongfully accused of things in our personal and professional life before, so this always resonated for us.
Even outside of the justice system, in general, I would say that society’s shift towards a mentality of “guilty until proven innocent” is wrong and very dangerous. You see this sometimes inside the justice system but the justice system also has other systemic problems.”
Sarah was a constant force at Epstein’s Palm Beach home. She was part administrator, part recruiter and part abuser, according to court documents.
Police were ready to arrest her before the Epstein immunity deal. She’s now believed to be living on the down low in New York’s Soho, after living for more than a decade in Miami.
So is Mrs Kellen Vickers changing her legal defence? Listen to our video (below), it starts at five minutes.
So why is this significant? Watch here. It starts at 5 minutes.
Welcome. Thank you for being here tonight. I’m very excited to say I was doing some research on Sarah Kellen.
What happened was I was on Twitter and someone was asking about them and I thought, okay, I’ll go and have a look. They’ve been very quiet lately.
So I had a look on Brian’s website and he updates it regularly. Her husband is Brian Vickers, the former NASCAR champion, three-time NASCAR champion. Now I just need to mention for those of you who are actually at home and you’re not aware of who Sarah Kellen is. She was one of the co-conspirators as part of the Florida deal that was negotiated in the mid two thousands. Um, she’d spent a long time with Epstein at most of these properties and she was supposedly July Maxwell’s Lieutenant.
So she claims that she was a victim of Epstein. So we’ll go into that in a second and I’ll tell you what I found out. So I went to his website and what Brian has on there because he’s quite well known in his area, is a list of charities that he supports. And guess what came up up the top, the foundation against cults.
Do you want to know what the foundation against cult says? Brian Vickers is a supporter of FACT.That’s what it’s called. Provides information on undue influence manipulation and coercion. I said it like Kath & Kim if anyone knows what that means in human trafficking situations.
Speaker 2 (07:58):
And I can’t actually say it. So I apologize. This happened before. Um, okay, so we’ve got Brian Vickers here. So he’s supporting a cult group that focuses on human trafficking. So Jen says that is her defense. Now Jen, you can talk to everyone in the comments. Um, because I obviously can’t.
Speaker 4 (08:46):
Let me have a look. Okay.
Speaker 2 (08:51):
Guest review requests. No. Okay. So what we’re seeing is they claiming that she was a victim of human trafficking, but also do we all know about her background as Jehovah’s witness child bride? She was married at 17 to a member of the church, a guy called Ryo Bonk. If you have a look on our website, Sam says Sarah Kellen was vulnerable. So she married a guy called Ryo Bonk, but it didn’t work out and all I’ve got to go on.
This is what her parents have said and they’re still members of the church, but apparently she was cast out of the church, someone is going to yell at me for that. Um, juicy, for nude modeling. I don’t know what that means. Um, she did go to high school. So in normal high school, but the last year she was homeschooled. So I’ve kind of thought about maybe she was doing that normal kind of teenage rebelling at the time. It’s very, very possible. So they married her off and the marriage only lasted a couple of years because she wanted to do other things. I mean, you can always listen to what her parents say. And this is what they’ve said.
Speaker 2 (10:17):
Ex-husband sounds like a star Wars character. He does. Doesn’t he? Okay. I hope this little light that I haven’t anyway, let’s just kick on and Sarah’s parents spoke to The Sun about their daughter. They said she had been very innocent. Due to her strict church upbringing, possibly. But she went to a mainstream high school. So you know, her father, Thomas Kellen said she had been cast out of the community for nude modeling. And that was the life Sarah had chosen to live. Apparently.
Speaker 4 (10:55):
Speaker 2 (10:58):
So the naked work was fashion catalogs and art modeling. So they haven’t seen Sarah for many years, obviously because the Jehovah’s witness religion requires that once someone’s cast out body elders of the community, you can only, you can’t really have contact with them. Although they have seen her and they have met Brian Vickers. Okay.
Mrs. Mary Kellen in The Sun: “I’m not a psychologist or a psychiatrist, but I can see she was maneuvered or brainwashed. I just hope someone doesn’t go and kill her.”
Okay, Mrs Kellen. “there are a lot of prominent, powerful people out there that don’t want anything said.”
Well that’s true. Isn’t it? So she took the job with Epstein at age 18 or 19. Yes. Her parents may have brainwashed her, but other sources say she was 22. So apparently the story is she met someone who worked for Epstein, right. And her boyfriend was sick of her traveling back and forth. So Sarah got the job.
I wonder who that girl is or wonder if it’s possible. So it happened when she was living in Hawaii. So I wonder if it’s possible to speak to her. Amazing. Okay.
Mr Thomas Kellen said: “we’re sticking up for her if that’s what you want to call it because we still feel, we know her better than anyone.”
I think she was manipulated by instinct due to her age, but she was an adult who had also been living with a guy not connected to the church. I’m not saying he could have been her flatmate, but after she left Ryo Bonk she lived with another guy for a couple of years.
I don’t know how brainwashing works. So that’s just something to keep in mind. They’ve obviously developing a good strategy. If I could get your feedback on this Jen with the legal background, um, I’m really watching the Nexium stuff very closely to see how they’re dealing with the women in that cult in terms of prison sentences.
Is obviously going to be Sarah’s defense that she was brainwashed. I came across two Cults. Very significant. Now the other thing I forgot to tell you guys was these are the charities on his website now Brian Vickers. So there’s the cult awareness charity. He supports the innocence project, the sunny center, which is another legal charity, the bail project, ideal immigration and artists for peace and justice.
Speaker 4 (14:12):
Speaker 2 (14:13):
The sister organization of this culture, charity is families against cult teachings and abuses. Okay. I’m going to take these off actually, because I can’t hear anything.
Speaker 2 (14:27):
Okay. So families against cult teachings and abuses, they have a section on their website about the Jehovah’s witness church. So just be prepared where you’re going to see and hear from this. Okay. I’ve got two messages from Jen, definitely trying to create a narrative of a girl who was brainwashed. All of them are to do with law trafficking, even the immigration one. Exactly. Exactly.
So Brian’s got on his website that these justice charities, uh, very important to him because, and I’ve used this before in some of my work justice and prison reform are very important to my wife and I, we have both been wrongfully accused of things in our personal and professional lives before. So it’s always resonated for us. Hmm. So he says, he’s interested in criminal justice reform. Fascinating. I’m going to try and get Jen on here again. Oh, it says connecting.
Speaker 3 (15:48):
We’ve got this new narrative of a poor victimized brainwash girl and look, that might be the case, but we do know that the accusations against her are grave. Absolutely grave. So we’re talking about herself and her ex-boyfriend’s Story Cowles who went together to visit Epstein in jail for such a long time. All people can hear you or Jill can hear you. Awesome. All right. I’m putting those back on.
Speaker 3 (17:09):
I’m on the new tablets. So I’m not sure if there’s a microphone. I should have checked earlier.
Speaker 2 (17:14):
Speaker 3 (17:17):
Yeah. Okay. So we don’t really have visual, but at least you can hear me. They’re seriously going to push the, she was in a cult. They’re going to try and blame it all on the parents and the Jehovah’s witness. Yep. Which Sam was now sin. Who’s also on, he was in, um, JWS as well as his partner. So Sam Hollins has got some background on, he might be able to, um, give us some idea of how they might flow with their
Speaker 2 (17:50):
Yeah, for sure. They go and eat hot out.
Speaker 3 (17:56):
Yup. They’re going to defend it to the Hill. Everything, all those causes on the website are to do with different angles of this case. Can I also, even the immigration,
Speaker 2 (18:09):
Can I also say they are new? Like what they like two months ago when I was writing the book, they’ve all been updated except for the bail project. And now I’m sorry, except for the innocence project. They’re all new, the rest of them. So I wonder how they would feel about this. If he’s going around publicly saying he supports them. Um, whether they want someone who’s married to someone who was associated with Epstein associated with them,
Speaker 3 (18:48):
He may not have told these charities that he’s using them or putting them up on the website.
Speaker 2 (18:54):
Yeah. Well, that’s the other thing you need to think. Don’t you? Um, but this is more, we’re going to hear more of the victim mentality from Sarah. Now. I’ve just bought bits of my book here. And Kailyn was said to have been joining to abstain circle. Okay. So we talking about the friends with one of the employees. When she lived in Hawaii, uh, parents, client, we didn’t have a clue what she was getting into and uh, Ryo bond cases that Sarah was a good person. Then they just went their separate ways. So her life transformed rather quickly from being homeschooled at the age of 17, to being on plane, to bill Clinton in 2002 and 2003.