Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein revealed that he was a 'firm believer and supporter of Time's Up' in a Steve Bannon interview that was shot just months before his jail suicide.
The late child sex abuser, 66, told former Trump advisor Bannon he supported the non-profit organization as seen in newly-released interview footage that was included in the trailer for the upcoming documentary The Monsters.
It was shot by Bannon in 2019, months before Epstein killed himself while awaiting trial for child sex crimes. Bizarrely, Epstein also shared his thoughts on solitary confinement for prisoners, saying he believed it drove them to suicide.
'I made my living from old thinking. But the future is for the way women think,' the former financier said to Bannon.
Bannon chuckled at these claims in response to Epstein's inappropriate actions with multiple young women.
'Is that not a sop because of all the depravity you've done against young women?,' Bannon asked. 'Your new sop is that women's thinking is the future?'
'No, I’ve been — I’ve always believed that women will be, in fact, be able to take over,' Epstein said in response. 'I’m a firm believer and supporter of Time’s Up.'
A newly released interview clip with Jeffrey Epstein revealed that the former pedophile was 'supporter of the Time's Up Movement'
The Time's Up organization was created in response to the sexual harassment allegations being made against high-profile men
The Time's Up movement was created as a follow-on to the #MeToo movement which saw women share their experiences of sex abuse, often at the hands of powerful men.
Epstein became a registered sex offender in 2008 after he admitted procuring underage prostitutes, and was awaiting trial for further child sex charges when he killed himself at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan in August 2019.
The video footage of the interview, obtained by the New York Post, captured Epstein discussing his 'beliefs' on the power of young women with Bannon.
Epstein, who committed suicide in August 2019, spoke to filmmaker Steve Bannon about his belief in the power of young women
Bannon is co-producing Epstein-based documentary The Monsters
Epstein's straight-faced answer to Bannon seemed to contradict his own behavior, which saw him abuse multiple underage girls.
The interview clips were designed to show how Epstein's 'perversions and depravity toward young women were part of a life that was systematically supported, encouraged and rewarded by a global establishment that dined off his money and his influence.'
Spookily, Bannon's interview had also revealed Epstein's attitude on the solitary confinement of prisoners.
'The greatest threat to people put in solitary confinement is they try to kill themselves,' he told Bannon.
'Imagine that. You’re only in a room for 24 hours, you start to go crazy.'
Former Trump chief strategist Bannon had previously told DailyMail.com that he recorded more than 15 hours of interview footage with Epstein for a documentary whose name was announced at the time.
The documentary, The Monsters, is believed to be the Bannon project that he had co-produced.
Epstein's former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was also arrested in July 2020 for her involvement in his sex trafficking scheme
Epstein's death was ruled a suicide by the New York City medical examiner despite various public disputes over the circumstances of his death.
He was arrested in July 2019 on one count of sex trafficking of a minor and one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking.
He had previously sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge of solicitation of prostitution involving a minor.
Epstein, however, only served 13 months of his sentence at a Palm Beach county jail.
His girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was also arrested in July 2020 for her involvement in her former boyfriend's sex trafficking scheme.
Maxwell is currently being held without bail as she awaits her next trial on November 29.
She denies claims she helped procure underage girls for Epstein, and allegations that she joined in with his abuse at his luxury homes across the world.