- Les Wexner, Victoria’s Secret and L Brands founder, has been a client of young-looking
- Modeling Agencies -Some offering Escort Services and
- Sex Trafficking
- John Casablancas‘ modeling agency sexualized Brooke Shields at 10.
- Jeffrey Epstein-Close friend, Epstein managed his money & LW gave him NYC mansion
- Alan Dershowitz-Epstein & Wexler friend. Virginia [Roberts] Giuffre– victim of Epstein’s sex trafficking, with Dershowitz at Wexner’s mansion
- Pedophile-Epstein specializes in minors, Wexner made adults blush with VS’s young models.
- Sex trafficker from
- Palm Beach
- Epstein is a trustee of the Wexner Foundation, promoting
- Israel– Major Diamond Cutting Center, Import from
- Jewish Mob-
- Russian Mob
- Lev Leviev-“The King of Diamonds”, Trump business partner in Bayrock
- Bayrock-Trump Soho & Putin’s eyes on Trump Tenants
- Felix Sater– Double agent, Brighton Beach, Trump Organization
- Moshe Lax-Ivanka‘s business partner 2007-18, NYC Boutique 2017-18, Eliot Spitzer landlord
- Ivanka Trump-Ivanka Fine Jewelry with Moshe Lax
- Jared Kushner–Netanyahu family friend, Ivanka
- Donald Trump
- Trump Properties
- Trump Organization
- Donald Trump
- Ohio State University February 16, 2011, $100 million donation
- Rep. Jim Jordan
- Mitt Romney
- The Timeline
“He is a billionaire and has been a philanthropist to diverse charities and a significant donor to political campaigns. Over the years, Wexner built a retailing and marketing conglomerate, which currently includes Victoria’s Secret, Pink (Victoria’s Secret), Bath & Body Works, Henri Bendel, The White Barn Candle Company, and La Senza. Previous brands that were spun off include: Lane Bryant, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lerner New York, The Limited Too (now Tween Brands, Inc.), Structure 9, Aura Science, The Limited (which has closed its brick-and-mortar stores, but retaining its online presence), and Express (which has closed its Canadian stores and hundreds of its US-based stores).
Wexner was born to a Jewish family in Dayton, Ohio, to Bella (née Cabakoff) and Harry Wexner. He has one sister, Susan. He attended Ohio State University, majoring in business administration. He became a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He briefly attended the Moritz College of Law.
In 1989, Wexner and his mother Bella were the first to make a $1 million personal donation to the United Way. Both of their names were inscribed in marble, and are on display in the lobby of the United Way Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.
Wexner is the wealthiest man in Ohio. He is known for his philanthropy, often to Jewish and Catholic projects. He serves as honorary vice chairman of Congregation Agudas Achim, in Bexley. He was a major funder of the Wexner Center for the Arts at the Ohio State University, the name of which is intended to honor his father.
In 1984, he established the Wexner Foundation whose goal is to strengthen the field of Jewish leadership. The foundation runs three major programs: the Wexner Heritage Program for North American Jewish volunteers: the Graduate Fellowship for students pursuing a master’s degree in the rabbinate, cantorate, or Jewish studies; and an Israel Fellowship which funds Israeli public officials for a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Wexner served on the board of trustees of Ohio State University from 1988 to 1997. In December 2005, Wexner was appointed to his second term and was elected chairman in 2009. It was announced in June 2012 that Wexner’s chairmanship was to end, eight years before his appointment would have ended.
On May 11, 2004, Wexner received the Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship at a dinner in Columbus, Ohio. The award was presented by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.
On February 16, 2011, Wexner pledged a donation of $100 million to Ohio State, which will be allocated to the University’s academic Medical Center and James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, with additional gifts to the Wexner Center for the Arts and other areas. This latest gift is the largest in the University’s history.
Through the L Brands Foundation, Wexner and L Brands contributed $163.4 million to the Columbus Foundation.
On February 10, 2012, Ohio State University Medical Center officially changed its name to the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University commemorating “Mr. Wexner’s indelible, lifelong legacy of leadership at Ohio State”, according to university president E. Gordon Gee. “For more than three decades, Mr. Wexner has been one of the University’s most committed leaders and ardent supporters. His generous contributions, both in time and resources, have been wholly transformational, but his most valuable gift has been his remarkable leadership.”
On January 23, 1993, Wexner, then 55 years of age, married Abigail S. Koppel, 31, an attorney, in a ceremony at their home in New Albany, Ohio. The couple have four children: Harry, Hannah, David, and Sarah.
Formerly of the Bexley area of Columbus, Ohio, Wexner now lives in New Albany, a community northeast of that city. He owns a 30-room, $47 million, Georgian-inspired estate, on nearly 336 acres(4 km²), that was built in 1990. The estate, was, for twenty years, the location of the Annual New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day benefiting The Center for Family Safety and Healing. The Classic consistently drew the top professional show jumping riders because of its elaborate and well-maintained jumping course. In February 2018, Abigail Wexner announced the end of the event, citing the growing number of elite equestrian competitions.
As a pun on his name and his former residence in Bexley, the village of New Albany was known (unofficially) for some time as Wexley. Today, this Georgian-themed village inspires comparison to eighteenth century developments by wealthy aristocrats in England.
At the time of its construction in 1997, Wexner’s Limitless was the largest American-owned private yacht, measuring 315 feet and 8 inches (96.25 meters) long and 41 feet (12.50 meters) wide. Few authorized images exist, but photographs of the yacht’s interior appear in an October 2016 retrospective of the career of the yacht’s interior designer, François Catroux, written by David Netto and published by Rizzoli. The Limitless is one of the largest privately owned yachts in use.
Wexner had a close relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, who managed Wexner’s financial assets. Wexner and Epstein parted when Epstein went to prison.Wexner was believed to be the primary source of Epstein’s wealth. 
On February 10, 2012, The Ohio State University board of trustees voted to rename The Ohio State University Medical Center in honor of Wexner, in recognition of his leadership and service to the university and the medical center. Now the medical center is known as Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University.
Wexner hosted a fundraiser for Mitt Romney in 2012. Wexner donated $250,000 to Restore Our Future, Romney’s Super PAC. In 2015, Wexner donated $500,000 to the Right to Rise USA Super-Pac that supported the 2016 presidential campaign of Jeb Bush.
The Columbus Dispatch reported on September 14, 2018 that Wexner had renounced his affiliation with the Republican Party due to changes in its nature. Wexner made his comment shortly after former President Obama gave a speech on the same Columbus Partnership panel Wexner would address.