In a federal complaint submitted recently, the woman, only identified as Jane Doe, affirmed that Epstein first sexually abused her at his Palm Beach estate in 2008 with the “assistance” of his implicated associate Ghislaine Maxwell.
Afterward, Epstein as well as Maxwell purportedly drove the woman to grab her 8-year-old boy and stopped the vehicle “at a large body of water that was infested with alligators.”
“Epstein then ushered the Plaintiff to the body of water and told her in explicit detail that, as had happened to other girls in the past, she would end up in this body of water and be devoured by the alligators, should she ever reveal what Epstein had done to her,” the filing reads.
The sickening accusations, initially reported by the Miami Herald, stick out amongst dozens of already-horrifying civil suits submitted against the dead pedophile’s estate.
Doe, a wedded Muslim female who originally came from Turkey, asserts that Epstein as well as Maxwell “repeatedly raped and sexually abused” her in front of her son at a resort in Naples, Florida.
They additionally purportedly sex trafficked her to a number of other males, that includes an unrevealed local judge, as well as forced her to go through “unwanted and unnecessary vaginal surgery, evidently to pass her off as a virgin for a client who was “high profile.”
“This violent and illegal procedure was botched, leaving Plaintiff mutilated, in pain, disabled, and permanently sexually dysfunctional,” the filing said.
In her lawsuit, submitted in South Florida Federal Court, Doe stated she met the two at a barbeque held by her manager in late 2006 or very early 2007 and was also employed to locate a property for Epstein.
She alleges that Maxwell recruited her as well as groomed her to be abused by the multimillionaire sex offender.
A skilled hairstylist, Doe apparently went to Epstein’s Palm Beach estate in January 2008 to cut his hair, yet when she arrived, he was “completely naked, and he proceeded, with Maxwell’s assistance, to brutally rape” her, the lawsuit alleges.
After the sexual attack, Epstein purportedly provided Doe $200 in cash money as “compensation.”
When Doe stated she planned to report the rape, Maxwell apparently stated she had already contacted the police as well as 2 guys that asserted to be law enforcement officers showed up and made threats to charge Doe with prostitution, take away her boy and also deport her.
Over the following 5 months, Doe asserts that Epstein and also Maxwell purportedly sex trafficked her while making threats to have her killed, deported, jailed for prostitution, or have her child taken away from her.
“While making these threats, Epstein emphasized his personal connections to many powerful actors within the legal system and elsewhere whom he asserted would not hesitate to act on his behalf,” the lawsuit reads.
In one instance, Maxwell purportedly cautioned Doe “that she would end up in the pond to be consumed by the alligators if she told anyone about the crimes committed against her.”
Epstein likewise told Doe that looked more youthful than 26 to lie about her age to the males he sex trafficked her to as well as claim she was only 17, the court docs affirm.
During those 5 months, Doe asserts she was additionally continuously photographed or recorded nude and performing salacious acts.
Epstein also purportedly persuaded her into assisting him with sex trafficking other young women, some that were thought to be underage minors.
Around April 2008, Maxwell additionally purportedly ordered Doe to maintain a secured box at her residence, along with burner phones and also various other electronic gadgets, “that Epstein was seeking to conceal from discovery by law enforcement authorities.” She recovered the materials one month afterward, according to the lawsuit.
It’s uncertain when Doe got away from Epstein’s clutches, however, the late financier pleaded guilty in June 2008 for procuring a minor for prostitution and also for soliciting a prostitute, leading to a wrist-slap 13-month prison sentence.
The lawsuit specifies that Doe really did not learn about Epstein’s 2019 apprehension on federal sex trafficking charges, or his death in a Manhattan prison cell, until Maxwell was busted in 2020, also for sex trafficking charges.
59-year-old Maxwell is presently jailed in Brooklyn pending her trial, which is expected to start in July.
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