A new bombshell report indicates a link between Chris Cuomo’s wife and the notorious Jeffrey Epstein, made known through a newly discovered second black book of names and addresses.
Business Insider reveals that this 1997 address book identified Cristina Greeven Cuomo, and it refers to her by the job she had at the time, at Manhattan File magazine.
"In the '90s, Greeven Cuomo was known for hanging out with socialites like Alex von Furstenberg and the former CNN producer Pamela Gross. The latter appears in both "little black books" and is now a close friend of Melania Trump."
Cristina Greeven married Chris Cuomo in 2001.
Business Insider sought comment from Cristina Greeven Cuomo at The Purist outlet, where she serves as editor in chief. Surprisingly, husband Chris Cuomo was the one to respond. He declined to comment on the record or make his wife available to the outlet.
It was this time last week that Business Insider found this new black book belonging to Jeffrey Epstein. They stress the significance of the matter by stating it is indeed different from the original, more well-known one published by Gawker in 2015.
A “majority” of the 349 people listed within this other catalog are not in the first black book.
A former musician, Denise Ondayko, was walking down the street of Fifth Avenue in New York City when coming across the find.
She held onto it because of the prominent names, addresses, and phone numbers listed. Denise sold it on eBay because she needed new tire brakes. In the end someone paid $425 for it. That buyer was an Epstein enthusiast who realized what they found, soon after.
It’s not just Cristina Cuomo that’s named.
Other names listed are: Morgan Fairchild, billionaire John A. Catsimatidis, billionaire Carl Icahn, Steve Rattner (lead advisor for Barack Obama’s Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry), portfolio manager Stanley Shopkorn, and many other “who’s who” elite.
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