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Jeffrey Epstein ‘victim’ urges Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI to ‘help the survivors’ 


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Jeffrey Epstein accuser comes forward claiming one of the pedophile’s female associates sexually assaulted her at 15 before passing her off to the sick financier – and urges Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI

  • A Jeffrey Epstein accuser 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
  • She says she was trafficked and abused by Epstein when she was just 15 
  • In the conference she urged Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI to ‘help the survivors’ 
  • She’s being represented by feminist lawyer Gloria Allred, who is also 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 

A woman who claims she was trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein when she was just 15 years old is speaking publicly for the first time to announce that she’s launching a lawsuit against the late millionaire pedophile’s estate. 

The bombshell lawsuit was announced in a press conference held by feminist lawyer Gloria Allred in Los Angeles on Monday against Epstein’s estate in New York. 

The victim, who did not give her name and goes by Jane Doe 15, had never spoken in public prior to this news conference. 

A woman who claims she was trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein when she was 15 years old is speaking publicly for the first time to announce that she’s launching a lawsuit against the late millionaire pedophile’s estate

In the press conference the victim urged Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI to 'help survivors' and 'set an example'

In the press conference the victim urged Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI to ‘help survivors’ and ‘set an example’

Jane Doe 15 says she met Epstein in 2004 during a school class trip to New York City.

Jane Doe 15 pictured at the age of 15, when she first met Epstein's associate

Jane Doe 15 says she met Epstein in 2004 during a school class trip to New York City. Jane Doe 15 pictured right at the age of 15, when she first met Epstein’s associate

The victim did prove an impact statement in federal court in New York in August 2019, when the judge invited victims to court to provide their statements after Epstein’s sudden death.  

The victim says she was just 15 when a female associate of Epstein began grooming her for sex with Epstein by gifting her an iPod. The associate then sexually assaulted her before passing her off to the millionaire, according to the New York Post. 

She says she met Epstein in 2004 during a school class trip to New York City. After meeting she was later taken on trips on Epstein’s private plane with numerous other girls to his ranch in New Mexico. 

During the flight there, Epstein gave the girl a tour of his plane, first starting in the bedroom, according to the lawsuit. 

‘Epstein explained to Jane Doe 15 that, when he slept on the bed, he liked to have women sleep at his feet,’ the lawsuit states. 

‘Jane Doe 15 again felt enormously confused, and did not understand what Epstein was saying or why he was telling her this. Epstein’s description of the women sleeping around him on the floor made her immediately think of slaves,’ the lawsuit added.

While on that flight, Epstein allegedly name-dropped his high-flying friends like former President Bill Clinton and asked the victim how old she was. 

‘Jane Doe 15 found her interactions with Epstein on the plane strange. But she recognized one of the other girls on the plane as a model who had been on a magazine cover that month,’ the complaint states. 

‘Jane Doe 15 remembers finding that reassuring, and thinking, “If she’s here, it must be ok,”‘ the lawsuit adds/ 

Jane Doe 15 urged Prince Andrew to speak with American authorities on his friendship with Epstein. 'Given that he appears to deny what has been alleged against him, then I think he should make arrangements to speak to law enforcement as soon as possible,' she said

Jane Doe 15 urged Prince Andrew to speak with American authorities on his friendship with Epstein. ‘Given that he appears to deny what has been alleged against him, then I think he should make arrangements to speak to law enforcement as soon as possible,’ she said

In the press conference the victim urged Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI. 

Though she did not make allegations against Prince Andrew directly, she said the duke and ‘any other who are close to Epstein should come forward and give a statement under oath on what information they have.’ 

‘Given that he appears to deny what has been alleged against him, then I think he should make arrangements to speak to law enforcement as soon as possible,’ Jane Doe 15 said. 

She added that coming forward would ‘help survivors’ and the duke could ‘set an example’. 

‘This needs to be done without excuse, without delay,’ she added. 

Prince Andrew was friends with Epstein and was pictured with him after Epstein was jailed for charges of procuring underage girls in Florida. 

However, Prince Andrew has denied knowing about Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking. He has also denied allegations that he had sex with a 17-year-old girl at Epstein’s home in London in 2001. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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