Disturbing Accounts from Young Girls Who Were Sex-Trafficked By Epstein Detailed in New Lawsuits

New details are coming to light in the case of Jeffrey Epstein, as more women are speaking out and now filing lawsuits alleging that they were subjected to years of abuse at the hands of the registered sex offender and his associates. 
Three new lawsuits have been filed against Jeffrey Epstein, and they allege that he continued to sexually assault, and enslave young girls while he was supposed to be serving time in prison.
The women behind the latest lawsuits claim Epstein’s promises to help establish their careers quickly turned into promises to ruin their lives if they did not comply with his demands.
The lawsuits allege that even when Epstein was sentenced to 13 months in prison in Florida, he continued to sexually assault underage girls while he was allowed to leave on “work release” during the day.
They claimed that in order to obscure the costs of travel, housing, and other expenses for the girls he abused, Epstein used a number of shell companies, such as HBRK Associates Inc, which has employees that “were dedicated to developing ways in which to recruit young females for Epstein who were enticed to commit commercial sex acts with him as a result of coercion or fraud.”
A woman referred to as Lisa Doe claims she was 17 years old when she met Epstein, and he promised to use his connections to help her pursue a career as a professional dancer. She said she was coerced into having sex with Epstein on numerous occasions, which included visits to Florida while he was in prison. And when she had “aged out” of Epstein sexually desired age range, she says he turned her into a recruiter to find younger women.
Similar claims were made by a woman referred to as Priscilla Doe, who said Epstein forcibly raped her and took her virginity, and then kept her as a sex slave with the promise that he would support her family financially. She says he also seized her passport and forced her to go on a trip to the US Virgin Islands with prominent model scout Jean Luc Brunel, Ghislaine Maxwell, two unnamed associates and two other victims.
In the third lawsuit, a woman referred to as Kaitlyn Doe claims she was 17 when Epstein began sexually abusing her. She said he promised to pay for a $20,000-dollar surgery for an unspecified medical condition, but he then said she could only have the money if she married one of his female associates, so that the associate could become a legal resident of the US.
In each case, the women claimed that when they refused one of Epstein’s demands, he made it clear that there were many powerful people behind him. “In fact, some of the most powerful people in the world were his best friends, and he not only surrounded himself with these types of people, he also bragged about how he controlled them.”
These lawsuits raise new questions about why Epstein’s closest friends, and his associates who are accused of helping him run his sex trafficking ring, still have not been investigated by police, as more and more accusations emerge.
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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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