Jeffrey Epstein sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl after allegedly telling the teenager he was a fashion photographer working with Elite Model Management.
In a court filing obtained exclusively by FrontPageDetectives, the victim detailed how the alleged assault led to her dropping out of high school and giving up her dream of becoming a fashion model.
“For her first casting call appointment, the agency’s owner, John Casablanca [sic] , directed Jane Doe 3 to a residential address in Upper East Side Manhattan. Jane Doe 3 believed the appointment to be a legitimate casting call and was unaware of the identities of the homeowner, photographer, or any casting director at the time,” reads the court filing.
The young woman claimed she arrived at the townhouse, where she was greeted by Epstein. To make the set-up seem more legitimate, the pedophile first had her fill out a casting form with her measurements. Then, she and Epstein did a photoshoot, according to court records.
“Epstein told Jane Doe 3 to remove her clothing. Jane Doe 3 complied because she believed removing her clothes was mandatory to complete the casting calls and to be competitive in the modeling industry,” Doe’s attorney Lisa Bloom wrote. “She wanted to advance her career, so she complied. Once Jane Doe 3 stripped to her underwear, Epstein took photographs of Jane Doe 3’s near-naked body from different angles.”
Then, while she was still in a state of undress, Epstein pressed his body against the young girl and pinned her against a wall, according to the court filing. At this point, the victim says that she was still under the impression that this was standard practice at a casting session.
That was until Epstein attacked the high school student by removing his pants and sexually assaulting her against the wall, the victim claims.
"Jane Doe 3 felt harmed and violated,” reads the filing.
The Jane Doe is one of the many women who have submitted claims against Epstein’s estate.
More than 20 victims of Epstein asked a judge to freeze the pedophile’s assets in an emergency motion last week after the value of his estate decreased by more than $200 million in the final three months of last year.
Melody Westfall — the lawyer for these women — also accused the estate’s executors Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn of lying that about how much money the estate had paid out to victims.
“The Estates claim that $57 million has been distributed by the fund is at odds with its Dec. 30, 2020, financial accounting filed with the court,” states one of the footnotes in the document.
The women are also upset that while they fight to get any amount of money they can from the estate, the lawyers and others tied to the compensation fund are amassing small fortunes on the backs of their misfortune.