One of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims says she was forced to wed one of his female associates in a sham lesbian marriage to keep the pedophile’s recruiter of young girls in the United States.
The alleged victim, identified in a new lawsuit as Katlyn Doe, says the registered sex offender promised to pay her $20,000 for much needed surgery if she agreed to marry the foreign bride, known only as ‘Associate 3’.
She also claims the disgraced financier sexually abused her when she was 17-years-old before he ‘pressured, manipulated, intimidated and forced her to lose her virginity to him’ after she turned 18.
And it is claimed she was even flown from New York to Florida and forced to have sex with Epstein while he was on ‘work release’ as part of his ‘sweetheart’ deal in 2008.
Jeffrey Epstein is said to have forced one of his alleged victims into marrying one of his female associates in a sham lesbian marriage scam to keep the pedophile’s recruiter in the US
The fake couple are said to have lived at one of Epstein’s apartments at 301 East 66th Street in New York, pictured, before divorcing in 2017
Three more women, including Katlyn, came forward Tuesday to sue Jeffrey Epstein’s $578 million estate over alleged abuse.
Katlyn describes how she spent seven years traveling to Epstein’s homes in Manhattan, Florida and the US Virgin Islands before being deemed too old when she turned 25.
Epstein is said to have promised to help her with an eating disorder and take pay for medical bills for an undisclosed ‘serious medical condition’ if she agreed to the fake marriage.
The fake couple ‘posed for photographs to give the appearance that the marriage was legitimate’ and are said to have lived at one of Epstein’s apartments at 301 East 66th Street in New York.
They are said to have divorced in 2017 with Epstein continuing to abuse Katlyn throughout the marriage.
The lawsuit claims: ‘The ceremony included not only signing the necessary legal paperwork prepared by [the lawyer] but also posing for photographs to give the appearance that the marriage was legitimate.’
Katlyn was also promised $20,000 to get surgery but only received half, court papers say.
The suit adds: ‘Plaintiff was never paid the additional ten thousand dollars Jeffrey Epstein had promised to pay her for the marriage favor, nor was she ever able to receive the surgery that she continues to need today.’
Three more women, including Katlyn, have come forward to sue Jeffrey Epstein’s $578 million estate over alleged abuse. All describe similar patterns of being brought to Epstein’s home to provide massages and then subjected to repeated, unwanted sex acts
Priscilla Doe, who was 20 when she met Epstein, says the disgraced financier took away her passport so she was unable to leave his island in the Caribbean, pictured
The lawsuits, filed in Manhattan federal court, bring the total number of civil cases against Epstein’s estate since his apparent suicide in jail on August 10 to at least five.
All describe similar patterns of being brought to Epstein’s home to provide massages and then subjected to repeated, unwanted sex acts.
Just two days before his death, Epstein had signed a will placing all of his property, worth more than $577 million, in a trust called The 1953 Trust after the year of his birth, according to a copy of the document.
Attorney Stan Pottinger, who represents the three women who filed civil lawsuits overnight, said: ‘We want to hold the Epstein organization to account first, it’s not primarily about money.
‘All of them are against the Epstein estate and various companies that he had as part of his scheme or syndicate or the organization that he had that helped him round up girls.’
Epstein was arrested on July 6 and pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking involving dozens of underage girls as young as 14.
He died on August 10 in his jail cell at age 66, and an autopsy report released on Friday concluded he hanged himself.
His death at the jail triggered multiple investigations and had prompted U.S. Attorney General William Barr to criticize ‘serious irregularities’ at the facility, and to remove the acting chief of the federal Bureau of Prisons.
Jennifer Araoz, 32, pictured, became the first known woman to sue Epstein’s estate, claiming the financier sexually abused her when she was 14 years old
Virginia Roberts at age 16, when she says Palm Beach multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein began abusing her sexually. Her allegations were made public when her since-settled lawsuit against Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was included among the more than 2,000 pages of documents made public by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
Epstein, a registered sex offender who once socialized with U.S. President Donald Trump and former President Bill Clinton, pleaded guilty in 2008 to Florida state charges of unlawfully paying a teenage girl for sex.
He was sentenced to 13 months in a county jail, a deal widely criticized as too lenient.
Jennifer Araoz, 32, became the first known woman to sue Epstein’s estate, claiming the financier sexually abused her when she was 14 years old.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre is perhaps the most high-profile of Epstein’s alleged victims.
Her allegations were made public when her since-settled lawsuit against Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was included among the more than 2,000 pages of documents made public by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Priscilla Doe: Ghislaine Maxwell ‘taught me the proper way to give Epstein oral sex’
A second accuser, identified as Priscilla Doe, alleges Ghislaine Maxwell gave her a ‘step-by-step’ tutorial on ‘the proper way’ to sexually pleasure Epstein on his island, Little St. James, in 2006.
She also claims the disgraced financier took away her passport so she was unable to leave his island in the Caribbean after meeting the pedophile when she was 20.
Priscilla is the only victim to name his ex Ghislaine Maxwell in the latest lawsuit.
Epstein died on August 10 in his jail cell at age 66, and an autopsy report released on Friday concluded he hanged himself
The complaint said Maxwell used her own hands ‘to demonstrate how to pleasure Jeffrey Epstein manually so that plaintiff would know exactly how to make Jeffrey Epstein happy’, CBS reports.
She says in the court filing that Maxwell provided advice on ‘stimulation’ and ‘pressure’, making sure the women were ‘constantly on call to sexually service’ Epstein.
Priscilla says she was also forced into having sex with another woman on the same trip, during which Epstein choked her.
Priscilla also claims to have been introduced to the sultan of Dubai and director Woody Allen by Epstein.
She says she was made to give massages to some of Epstein’s ‘powerful friends’ but did not identify any those allegedly involved.
Priscilla states: ‘Jeffrey Epstein would then take or initiate up to four business calls during any particular sexual massage’ after claiming he would ‘be on the verge of ejaculating and would stop in order to make a phone call, at times saying that nearing sexual climax evoked certain important thoughts in Jeffrey Epstein’s mind’.
She claims to have served hors d’oeuvres at a private party with Allen, with the lawsuit stating: ‘This server’s role was forced upon plaintiff in order to demean her, frighten her, and impress upon her the need for her to conceal the commercial sex trafficking enterprise he was running.’
Lisa Doe: Epstein ‘hired me to teach a dance class and used a sex toy on me’
The third accuser, identified as ‘Lisa Doe’, details how Epstein ‘used a sex toy on her, forcibly’ after hiring the then 17-year-old ‘to teach a dance-based exercise class’ at his townhouse.
He is said to have demanded she ‘go to her dance studio and find other dancers’ after one of his associates hired Lisa.