Jeffrey Epstein spent years sexually abusing, raping Russian woman, including the months before his arrest: suit

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Oct. 14 2021, Published 5:20 p.m. ET

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Jeffrey Epstein manipulated, trafficked and raped a Russian woman for years, including during the months leading up to his arrest, a lawsuit alleged.

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The lawsuit was filed in a federal court in New York on Oct. 14, and the plaintiff is only listed as “Jane Doe.” The suit names the executors of Epstein’s estate as the defendants. Epstein killed himself in a New York jail as he awaited trial on federal charges in connection to sex trafficking.

The powerful and rich Epstein once got a “sweetheart” plea deal that saw him serve minimal jail time despite being a convicted pedophile. It wasn’t until media reports surfaced that federal officials charged Epstein for his alleged long-running sex trafficking enterprise.

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His mistress, Ghislaine Maxwell, also faces charges in connection to the enterprise. Her trial is expected to begin next month in New York.

According to the latest lawsuit, the victim said she attended college in Moscow in 2017 and worked part-time jobs.

The woman saw a job posting online for a financial company that was seeking an assistant, according to the suit. The victim applied and went through a series of interviews with a woman. Despite the process, the details of the job remained vague.

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The application process also included a trip to Paris for an interview with a man the woman would later learn was Epstein.

In Paris, the woman was brought to an expensive home where she met Epstein and other women. At dinner, Epstein gave the victim 500 euro and said it was payment for coming for the interview.

That night another woman showed the victim to the bedroom and told her to change into the pajamas provided, according to the suit. The woman also told the victim she needed to stay awake because Epstein might want to talk to her.

A short time later, the woman brought the victim to a massage room, according to the suit.

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There, Epstein told another woman to explain to the victim how he liked to be massaged, according to the lawsuit. The other woman left and the victim was alone with Epstein. The pedophile told the victim to massage him and take off the top of her pajamas.

Epstein noticed the victim was hesitant and coerced her into complying, according to the lawsuit. He also told the woman to strip down to her underwear. He then took a sex device and placed it against the victim’s genitals. Epstein told the victim to take her underwear off while he masturbated.

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“Jane felt frozen with enormous fear and confusion,” the suit read. “Minutes earlier, everyone in this man’s luxurious house had seem so happy, and suddenly she was in a room where the man who owned and dictated the entire atmosphere and had bought her plane ticket, paid for her housing and food and flown her here was forcing unwanted sexual acts on her.”

When Epstein was finished, he told the woman she needed to be more “open,” according to the suit.

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Epstein told the woman to meet him in his office, where the woman told him that she thought it was a normal job and sex was not involved. Epstein told her about he used girls from former Soviet countries for his jobs because they were more motivated than American girls.

The next day, the woman was summoned to the massage room where Epstein again performed a sex act, according to the lawsuit.

Epstein continued to dangle job prospects to the victim, according to the suit. The victim eventually went home still confused over the job.

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A month later, an acquaintance of Epstein again contacted the victim and arranged for her to visit Paris, according to the filing. The victim agreed because she believed there was still a real job available.

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Again, Epstein pleasured himself in the massage room with the victim present, according to the suit. He continued to tell the victim she should be more “open” and told her how he had property in several cities.

Epstein also arraigned for the victim to come to Florida and gave her 2,000 euro to secure a visa for the visit, according to the suit.

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While at his Palm Beach, Florida, home, Epstein again demanded the victim give him a massage. He saw the victim was unhappy, got angry and told her to strip naked. The victim refused, and Epstein ordered her to undress. Scared, the victim removed her underwear and that is when Epstein raped her, according to the suit.

After the assault, Epstein told the victim to clean up, which she did, according to the filing.

Hours later, Epstein forced the victim to perform oral sex on him, according to the suit.

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The victim returned to Russia and Epstein and his acquaintances spent the next few months trying to convince the victim to meet again. But she refused. It wasn’t until the next year when the victim started her business that she agreed to meet Epstein.

She did it believing Epstein owed her for the earlier rapes and that she could control meetings with him, according to the lawsuit. The woman agreed to meet Epstein in New York, but when she arrived, she was quickly put on a plane to Florida. There, Epstein continued to sexually abuse the victim.

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The victim was also taken to Epstein’s estate in the Virgin Islands and was told that she was not allowed to take pictures while on the trip, according to the lawsuit. There, again, Epstein subjected the woman to various sexual acts.

The victim complied because she felt she had no choice but to allow the abuse, having accepted his help with her business, the suit noted.

The assaults had a lasting impact on the victim, even after Epstein’s arrest and suicide, the suit stated.

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“Even after Epstein’s death was widely reported, Jane has had difficulty believing he is really dead,” the suit read, “and for a long time kept anxiously expecting him or someone connected to him contact her.”

The suit said there are other victims subjected to Epstein’s behavior and the entire group should be awarded money for the treatment. The suit asked for an unspecified amount of money for the victims.

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