- A treatise by one of the alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein, Virginia Giuffre, née Roberts, gives unprecedented insight into life in the underage sex ring.
- The 139-page synopsis entitled "The Billionaire & # 39; s Playboy Club" was first published in August 2019 as part of a series of unsealed court documents. It is in circulation again after it has reappeared another set of unsealed records.
- Giuffre describes how Ghislaine Maxwell found her when she was a teenager in President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club. Maxwell invited her to audition for a masseuse and then, according to Giuffre, cleaned her for sex work.
- Giuffre also names some of the clients with whom Epstein forced them to sleep, including Prince Andrew and former Senator George Mitchell.
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A treatise on the victim of Jeffrey Epstein, Virginia Giuffre, née Roberts, has appeared again in the court files and contains allegations of manipulation and abuse by sex offender Epstein and his circle of powerful acquaintances – from Prince Andrew to former Senator and Disney chair George Mitchell.
The 139-page exposé is one of the exhibits in Giuffres lawsuit against Epstein's partner Ghislaine Maxwell, which was settled in May 2017. The memoirs describe Giuffres life as a teenager in Epstein's alleged sex ring, with which she had to have sex Epstein and Maxwell on command and the same with the men she described as Epstein's customers against the backdrop of expensive champagne, chic clothes and frequent trips Epstein's private jet.
The unpublished paper was first unsealed in August 2019 amid a series of court files related to the lawsuit. Another copy of it, which appears identical except for formatting differences unsealed on Thursday.
In the memoirs, Giuffre said she was only 15 when Maxwell discovered her work at President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago Resort (Page 22). (In a deposit in 2016Giuffre said she remembered incorrectly and was actually 16 years old.) Maxwell asked Giuffre to audition for a job as an Epstein's traveling masseuse. During this first massage, Epstein and Maxwell made their true intentions clear, according to the memoirs.
Giuffre claimed that she had spent more than two years in Epstein's sex ring and always showed up when Epstein called while becoming increasingly depressed and addicted to drugs, but too financially dependent to leave Epstein until she turned Australian shortly after she turned Man met and married 18
These are the main allegations Giuffre made in her memoirs about her life in Epstein's sex ring.
Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly played a key role in the abuse
Giuffres memoirs were included as evidence as part of their lawsuit against Maxwell that has since been settled. Giuffre describes Maxwell as an integral part of Epstein's sex ring and describes it as active recruitment and care of underage girls to meet Epstein's sexual needs. Giuffre also claims that Maxwell himself participated in sexual acts (Page 25)and played a key role in manipulating the girls.
Early July Maxwell was arrested by the FBI. The New York prosecutor accused her of being involved in the sexual abuse of underage girls and minors engaged in sexual trafficking. She pleaded not guilty and her trial is slated to begin in 2021.
Epstein died in a Manhattan prison in August 2019 from suicide while awaiting trial for sexual abuse and trafficking in young girls.
Giuffre accuses a hotel owner and Senator George Mitchell of having sex with a minor
Giuffre reports firsthand about the many rich and famous people who shared a social life with Epstein, including several men with whom Epstein supposedly forced her to have sex when she was a minor.
In one passage she describes her encounter with a man whom Epstein called "Rick", whom she then called "the hotel owner of a large American chain called" Hilton "." (Page 66). Although in their deposit in 2016She said she couldn't remember the name of the "big hotel name".
Giuffre described him as "a small, bald man with stringy remnants of curly brown hair that remain in him for the remaining youth pieces". She said the man offered to pay her three times what Epstein had paid her to play a similar role for him personally.
A representative of the businessman Rick Hilton, father of Paris Hilton, said that he did not describe it in the memoirs because he did not own Hilton and he did not match the physical description.
Prince Andrew's representatives have "categorically" denied any evidence of inappropriateness towards underage minors in a statement to insiders. Federal attorneys were trying for months to interview him about Epstein and Maxwell, but say the British monarch avoided them.
Giuffre said she was also forced to sleep with former Senator and Disney chairman George Mitchell (Page 71)as well as two academics. One is a Harvard professor whose first name is Stephen (Page 59). His surname was published in the memoirs, but was cut out of the files. The second describes her as a "Nobel laureate", the name of which she also does not remember (Page 71).
"The allegation contained in the published documents is incorrect," Mitchell said in a statement. "I never met Ms. Giuffre, spoke to her or had any contact with her. In my contacts with Mr. Epstein, I never observed or suspected inappropriate behavior towards underage girls. I only heard about his actions when she reported in the media have been prosecuted in Florida. We have had no further contact. "
Giuffre also claimed that she gave massages to marine activist Alexandra Cousteau (Page 68), the granddaughter of the discoverer Jacques Cousteau, "several times" during her "first meeting". She also said that Epstein "instigated that she and I acted out as lovers of foreplay and penetration acts," and that Epstein claimed to have donated to Cousteau's marine exploration projects.
"Virginia Giuffre, née Roberts' claims regarding Ms. Cousteau are 100 percent false," Cousteau's lawyer said in an email. "Ms. Cousteau never had a close relationship with Giuffre and does not even remember ever meeting such a person. Ms. Cousteau and her organization have never received any financial contributions from Mr. Epstein or his company."
Glenn Dubin is also called
Giuffre also gives the relationship between new color Glenn Dubin, co-founder of Highbridge Capital, and his wife Eva Andersson Dubinwho have been friends with the embarrassed financier for decades (Page 44).
In the memoirs, Giuffre claims that Glenn had sex with her at the end of a massage after being instructed by Epstein to meet the Dubins at The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach. Before meeting Glenn, she gave a short massage to a pregnant Eva, stroking her breasts and then swelling from pregnancy. Eva had fallen asleep once. Giuffre said she went to another room to give Glenn an hour-long massage that ended in intercourse.
"Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations in the unsealed court records that are proven to be false and defamatory," a spokesman told Insider. "The Dubins have flight records and other evidence that definitely disproves that such events have occurred."
Celebrities were everywhere
Giuffre was also an eyewitness to many guests who crossed Epstein's social orbit, including then-presidential candidate Al Gore and President Bill Clinton. Giuffre describes Gore as dedicated to his wife (Page 109)but didn't say the same for Clinton. Although she had no sexual relationship with Clinton, Giuffre said she saw him with two young women on Epstein's Island (Page 110). A spokesman for Clinton has denied that he had any knowledge the "terrible crimes" committed by Epstein.
The memoirs also include a detailed report on a foot massage that she gave to producer Matt Groening of "The Simpson & # 39; s" (Page 52). Groening was a pleasure to meet Giuffres report, apart from his grotesque feet.
"I never refused a customer, but when I saw the shape of his feet, I almost vomited when I thought of touching them," she wrote. "He had yellow, crispy toenails that even a chainsaw would have had trouble cutting through, and then the fluffy balls of leftover socks were stuck between the crevices of his sweaty toes."
Epstein wanted Giuffres baby
According to Giuffres, Epstein usually treated her like a "dog on a leash". (Page 113) That changed briefly when Epstein decided that Giuffre should have his child.
After a day of snorkeling in the Caribbean, Epstein told Giuffre that she had "made a name for herself" among the friends he had introduced her to and that he "couldn't think of anyone" that he "would rather have a child than with" her (Page 114).
Maxwell went on to describe the terms of the arrangement, according to the memoirs: Giuffre would have nannies around the clock, a villa paid for them either in Palm Beach or New York, and a high monthly allowance. Her bondage would go on, however. She would have to go to Jeffrey with the child whenever he asked and signed a contract stating that she was not monogamous with Jeffrey and that Jeffrey would have custody if the two had an argument (Page 115).
in the a discussion in 2011 with her lawyersGiuffre, also unsealed on Thursday, also involved Maxwell in the agreement. She said Epstein had also suggested that if Max and Giuffre had an argument, Maxwell would share custody of the child with Epstein.
Epstein openly bribed the local police
Giuffre said Epstein used his connection to the Palm Beach County Police Department to get her out of trouble with the police.
Giuffre says she was accused when her friend TJ stole a tip glass from the restaurant where she worked after taking a break from sex work. She soon returned to Epstein, who told her that he had regularly donated $ 100,000 to the PBCP and that he could deal with the charges the restaurant had brought against her (Page 87).
Read Giuffres unpublished memoir "The Billionaire & # 39; s Playboy Club" below: