- Marie, now 22, is believed to be one of the youngest women to come forward to claim compensation from his estate
- She was recruited into Epstein’s orbit by a 30-something woman named Madison, who set up a meeting with Epstein
“… Madison’s identity remains a mystery.”
“Another woman claims that she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein at his Manhattan townhouse beginning when she was just 14, according to a new lawsuit.
The woman — who filed the Manhattan Federal lawsuit anonymously under the name Anastasia Doe — claims from 2003 through 2006 she was sexually abused and eventually raped by the financier in his East 71st Street mansion.” . . . (more)
Not to be confused with all the other recent victims coming forward.
The Daily Mail [UK] –
- A Jeffrey Epstein accuser, 31, has filed a lawsuit against the pedophile’s estate
- The victim, who did not give her name and goes by Jane Doe 15, spoke publicly for the first time at a news conference Monday in Los Angeles
- She wore beaded bracelets that spelled out: ‘Epstein did not kill himself’
- The victim says she was 15 when a female associate of Epstein began grooming her for sex with him by gifting her an iPod
- She said she was whisked off in Epstein’s private jet to his ranch in New Mexico with a group of other girls and was abused by the financier and an associate
- She said Epstein tried to bait her to his place in the U.S. Virgin Islands by saying Prince Andrew would be there
- Prince Andrew has denied any involvement in Epstein’s sex trafficking
- Jane Doe 15 urged Prince Andrew ‘help the survivors’ and speak to the FBI
- She’s represented by Gloria Allred, who is representing other Epstein accusers
- The victim was one of a string of Epstein accusers who shared impact statements in New York federal court in August 2019 after Epstein’s death
NOTE TO READERS – Many victims who were at Epstein’s Zorro Ranch in New Mexico were photographed there. Previously blacked out photos have since been un-redacted. -FC
“NEW YORK (Reuters) – The executors of the estate of Jeffrey Epstein said on Thursday they had asked a judge to approve the creation of a proposed fund to compensate women the financier was accused of having sexually abused.
. . . The executors, Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, said in a statement that the fund would create a “voluntary, confidential, non-adversarial alternative to litigation.”“
Shut-up money, in other words.
“Ghislaine Maxwell, the “madame” of deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein, is accused of making a death threat to Maria Farmer, according to one of the three new lawsuits filed on Nov. 12 against Epstein’s estate . . . “