Who is Lesley Taylor Groff?

This is the story of one of the women behind Epstein, an alleged lieutenant and a mother-of-two, who was his assistant for many years.

Just in: Lesley Groff has been spotted walking her dog recently in an affluent Connecticut town.

Lesley Groff
The dead sex offender conveniently wrapped all his assistants all up in a nice neat bow, so they couldn’t go forward to the police because they’re allegedly implicated in the abuse.
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Source: NY Times
Lesley Groff came into Epstein’s world as a secretary. She said in a 2005 interview, she would answer Epstein’s phone and manage his schedule, which led to a bond between the two.
She is now a mum in Connecticut, popping out for Pilates and living her best life. She is on YouTube dancing with her twin sister.
Husband Ike Groff (left) with Lesley at a Texas party at their home
Lesley said in the interview with The New York Times that she could almost read Epstein’s mind.
But Lesley more recently said, via her lawyer, she was shocked by the allegations against Epstein. Her lawyer said she had been “besmirched” by the claims because she worked in a building away from the Epstein NY townhouse.
Legal documents from a civil case involving a Jane Doe and Lesley Groff.
While working for the sex offender, Lesley was given access to a fancy hair salon and Epstein paid for treatments.
Lesley (centre) during the late 90s while she was working for Jeffrey Epstein
Plus he organised take away meals for his staff from a fancy restaurant but Epstein didn’t like Lesley to eat too much.
Lesley was gifted a Mercedes after maternity leave. Epstein allowed her to have a nanny and he paid for the service.
Lesley (right in black) at her Texas party
Epstein allegedly ran the sex trafficking like it was a McDonald’s business, so she’s possibly a player then, she’s not just a secretary answering the phone, if she’s scheduling girls.

(Below) A police report from 2007 claims Lesley was resistant when asked to speak with the FBI.

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Lesley (right) at her Lake house in 2009