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Crime Alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim says she was introduced to Trump when she was 14, lawsuit says

05:10  18 january  2020
05:10  18 january  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Like other alleged Epstein victims , Doe was in a financially precarious position when she was recruited to give Epstein massages, according to the lawsuit , which says her family rented bedrooms in their home to strangers to pay rent, leaving no room for Doe, who moved out.

A woman who said she was “ Victim -1” in the federal indictment against the financier Jeffrey Epstein sued the executors of his estate on Wednesday, saying he had abused her for three years starting when she was about 14 and struggling financially. In the lawsuit , the woman, who called herself

NEW YORK — A woman who says she was Jeffrey Epstein’s first known victim claims in a new lawsuit that the multimillionaire sex offender introduced her to Donald Trump when she was 14, saying, “This is a good one, right?”

Jeffrey Epstein wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Jeffrey Epstein. Court sealed documents regarding the case will remained sealed for now, a federal judge decided.© NY State Sex Offender Registry/NY State Sex Offender Registry/TNS Jeffrey Epstein. Court sealed documents regarding the case will remained sealed for now, a federal judge decided.

Trump, according to the suit against Epstein’s estate, “smiled and nodded in agreement.” The woman filed the lawsuit Friday in Manhattan Federal Court under the pseudonym Jane Doe.

Trump and Epstein “both chuckled and Doe felt uncomfortable, but, at the time, was too young to understand why,” the lawsuit reads. The alleged encounter happened in the mid-1990s, court documents said.

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Jennifer Araoz says that's what she told Jeffrey Epstein as he raped her when she was 15 years old. Araoz told NBC's "Today" show in an interview aired Wednesday that she had started going to Epstein 's Manhattan home a year earlier, and gave him massages dressed only in her underwear.

Edwards said the alleged victims , some of whom say they were 13 or 14 when they were molested Before the scandal broke, Epstein ’s friends included Trump , who told interviewers Epstein was “a One young woman alleged in court documents that Epstein shared her with his friends, including

The victim met Epstein and his alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, when she was 13 years old and attending Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan, where she was in the voice program. The financier and British socialite groomed her for abuse by frequently making references to sex and insisting she indulge their every whim, according to the lawsuit. Epstein first sexually abused the girl toward the end of 1994, the lawsuit says. She claims she traveled with Epstein and Maxwell on his private jet.

Epstein abused her at his Upper East Side mansion, home in Palm Beach, Fla., and ranch in New Mexico, according to the lawsuit.

In 1997, Epstein raped her the first of many times, the lawsuit says.

The woman seeks a cut of Epstein’s $577 million estate. More than 15 other victims have filed similar federal lawsuits against the notorious sex offender’s estate.

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A civil suit against Donald Trump alleging he raped a 13-year-old girl was dismissed in California in May 2016, refiled in New York in June 2016 The woman named in the suit is Katie Johnson, who says Trump took her virginity in 1994 when she was only 13 and being held by Epstein as a slave.

As alleged , Epstein also paid certain victims to recruit additional girls to be similarly abused. This allowed Epstein to create an ever-expanding web of new Federal prosecutors unsealed a federal sex crimes case against Jeffrey Epstein , a billionaire financier, accusing him of running a sex-trafficking

The executors of Epstein’s estate have proposed an optional out-of-court claims program for people seeking damages from his fortune.

Epstein, 66, killed himself behind while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges. Maxwell has adamantly denied wrongdoing.

Manhattan prosecutors have said they continue to investigate Epstein’s enablers. Trump and Epstein partied in the same social circles in the 1980s and 1990s but had a falling out in the early 2000s over a real estate dispute, according to reports.

“I was not a fan of his, that I can tell you,” Trump said after Epstein was arrested last year.

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Prince Andrew called uncooperative in Jeffrey Epstein probe .
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