Jeffrey Epstein was reportedly a goal by Chris Hansen to catch a predator.

A new report from page 6 states that To Catch A Predator host Chris Hansen actually tried to stab New York celebrity Jeffrey Epstein. Hansen said that Epstein had just completed his first sentence in 2014 and 2015, and Chris spoke to some lawyers for Epstein's victims who said he continued to abuse young women and minors.

During a conversation with the Hollywood Raw hosts, Chris stated that he and his team had considered trying to capture Epstein using a tactic similar to the one used on his infamous NBC series To Catch A Predator. Unfortunately it never came to fruition.

However, according to Hansen, the situation would be incredibly difficult to manage due to the level of security in his New York home. He and the other members struggled to find a way because Epstein was heavily guarded and not easy to get to.

Also, Chris said he was busy with other more important things, but in retrospect he wished he'd been more aggressive with it than they first thought about it. Hansen went on to say that it was easily the biggest regret of his career.

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As most know, Hansen became known in the entertainment industry and as an investigative journalist for his series To Catch A Predator, in which he often lured predators to a place where they thought they were turning a minor or other vulnerable person for sexual activity meet traffic.

Instead, Chris would wait for them and tell them, "Have a seat," which has been the media personality's motto and phrase since then. Supporters of the case know that Epstein committed suicide back in 2019 after being arrested for sexual trafficking.

Epstein's death has been the subject of much controversy and rumor on social media since then. Many people argued that he never killed himself and was likely murdered by the CIA or some other mysterious organization.

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Since then, Ghislaine Maxwell, his alleged accomplice, has been admitted by the authorities and is currently awaiting trial.


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