Just hours prior to the release of a cache of long-sealed court documents pertaining to the admitted pedophile, Sitrick & Company, a global crisis public relations firm with a client list that includes Jeffrey Epstein, was breached by thieves over the New Year’s holiday.
In the same week that explosive new documents detailing Epstein’s proclivities with underage girls were made public, Michael Sitrick and other occupants of the four-story building bearing his company’s name Sitrick & Co. entered their penthouse offices at 11999 San Vicente Boulevard.
Previously undisclosed deposition transcripts, Palm Beach Police search warrant records, and the identities of potential witnesses to Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s offenses are among the documents that provide fresh information regarding the allegations against them.
Advocates for Virginia Giuffre, who was a minor at the time she claimed to have been trafficked by Maxwell to influential adults, including Prince Andrew, filed the defamation suit in which the new information was contained.
Sitrick employees returned to work on January 2, the date the Los Angeles Police Department verified officers responded to a burglary report in the 11000 block of San Vicente Boulevard. Regarding the break-in, no additional information was provided.
Three years prior to the financier pleading guilty to a charge of procuring sex from a 14-year-old minor in a secret plea agreement mediated by prosecutors, Sitrick was retained by Miami attorney Roy Black to represent Jeffrey Epstein in 2005, according to court records.
This agreement was reached despite the allegations of assault made by dozens of young women at the billionaire’s West Palm Beach residence.