A South African couple from Jeffreys Bay – Miles and Cathy Alexander, who worked for Jeffrey Epstein on his private island for 8 years, has been requested to testify against Epstein’s old bank, JPMorgan chase, after accusations that the bank had enabled Epstein to commit child sex trafficking crimes he was on trial for before he committed suicide in 2019.
The island where the local couple worked under Epstein’s command for 8 years, was his private island called Little St. James. Authorities believe that the local couple may be able to share important information that may help the court piece together Epstein’s crimes.
Cathy Alexander was employed as a housekeeper on Epstein’s island, and her husband Miles was employed as an island manager at Little St. James.
A request to testify has been addressed to the couple who live in Jeffreys Bay via the Humansdorp Magistrates Court. If approved, Cathy and Miles will be compelled to comply and share the goings on of what happened on the island and in Jeffrey Epstein’s house, during the duration of their employment.
In a Netflix documentary called Ghislaine Maxwell: The Making of a Monster, Cathy and Miles both made a feature, where they owned up to seeing young women nude at the poolside, but denied being aware of any sexual abuse going on.
The couple has agreed to cooperate with the court, but claims they have not received any official correspondence from the court, however, they were reportedly contacted in 2020 to share information on the case.
The couple went on to clarify that they could not be held liable for Epstein’s crimes during their employment on the island. In an article on News24, the following is quoted by the couple:
“It has to be understood – we were acting on the instructions of Mr. Epstein and can’t be held liable for what he did.”
No confirmation has been given of when the couple is set to provide their testimony.
Feature Image: Patrick McMullan / Getty