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Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused and trafficked HUNDREDS of girls and young women on his private Caribbean islands as recently as 2018 – and had a database to track their availability, lawsuit claims

  • The Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein’s estate on Wednesday
  • It claims Epstein used his two private islands in the U.S. territory to engage in a nearly two-decade conspiracy to traffic and abuse girls as young as 11 or 12
  • Many of the victims were allegedly aspiring models from South America and he used fake modeling visas to fly them across international borders 
  • Epstein used associates to rotate the victim and allegedly had a computerized database that he used to track the availability of the girls and women 
  • Air traffic controllers in the region also spotted Epstein exiting a private plane with young girls as recently as 2018, according to the lawsuit 

The lawsuit, filed on Wednesday, claims Jeffrey Epstein used his two private islands to engage in a nearly two-decade conspiracy to traffic and abuse girls as young as 11 or 12 

Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused and trafficked hundreds of girls and young women on his private Caribbean island as recently as 2018 and had a database to keep track of their availability, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The lawsuit, filed against the millionaire pedophile’s estate on Wednesday, claims Epstein used his two private islands in the U.S. territory to engage in a nearly two-decade conspiracy to traffic and abuse girls as young as 11 or 12.

Many of the victims were allegedly aspiring models from South America and he used fake modeling visas to fly them across international borders to his two islands – known as Little Saint James and Great Saint James – the lawsuit claims.

Epstein used associates to rotate the victims and he allegedly had a computerized database that he used to track the availability of the girls and women.

At one point, the suit alleges, Epstein and his associates organized a search party to catch a 15-year-old victim trying to swim away after she was forced to engage in sex acts with him. 

The girl’s passport was confiscated by Epstein in order to hold her captive, the lawsuit claims. 

Air traffic controllers in the region also spotted Epstein exiting a private plane with young girls as recently as 2018, according to the lawsuit. 

Many of the victims were allegedly aspiring models from South America and he used fake modeling visas to fly them across international borders to his two islands - known as Little Saint James (above)and Great Saint James - the lawsuit claims

Many of the victims were allegedly aspiring models from South America and he used fake modeling visas to fly them across international borders to his two islands – known as Little Saint James (above)and Great Saint James – the lawsuit claims

Court documents claim that Epstein refused to allow an investigator to step foot on his Little Saint James island in July 2018, claiming that the dock (above) was his front door

Court documents claim that Epstein refused to allow an investigator to step foot on his Little Saint James island in July 2018, claiming that the dock (above) was his front door

Court documents claim that Epstein refused to allow an investigator to step foot on his Little Saint James island in July 2018, claiming that the dock was his front door.

The investigator, who worked for the Virgin Island’s Department of Justice, was carrying out a routine check of Epstein given he was on the sex offender registry.

The latest lawsuit expands the scope of abuse and misconduct allegations leveled against Epstein who killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell in August while awaiting trial. 

Epstein had pleaded not guilty to charges of abusing women and girls between 2002 and 2005 in New York and Florida. 

But federal prosecutors in the Virgin Islands claims that Epstein’s misconduct was much more more extensive and continued to as recently 2018. 

They claim Epstein, with the help of alleged accomplices, ‘trafficked, raped, sexually assaulted and held captive’ underage girls and young women at his Virgin Islands properties. 

The lawsuit seeks to confiscate hundreds of millions of dollars from Epstein’s estimated $577.7 million estate in the Virgin Islands. 

A lawyer for the estate and its executors did not immediately respond to requests for comment. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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