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More than two decades before Jeffrey Epstein took his own life, a woman went into a California police station and filed one of the earliest sex-crime complaints against him: Alicia Arden said she never heard back from investigators about her complaint.
No charges ever came of it. And to this day she sees it as a glaring missed opportunity to bring the financier to justice long before he was accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls and women. Most notably, the detective wrote that Arden did not want to press charges against Epstein but wanted him warned about his behavior, an assertion that she strongly denies.
In a follow-up statement, police spokeswoman Lt. Contacted this past week, Arden was adamant that she did not, in any way, communicate to the police that she did not want to press charges.
She was outraged to hear that the police say otherwise. He followed up by asking to meet her, and his secretary booked an appointment for the two at a beachfront hotel.
But when she showed up, Epstein was not what she expected. Barefoot and clad in sweat pants and a red, white and blue USA T-shirt, he started criticizing her figure and asked her to come close to him so he could evaluate it, according to accounts she gave in interviews with the AP and in her police report. One detail she told the AP that was not in her original complaint was what happened as she left the hotel room. But after he followed her out to her car, she took it because she needed gas.