Things just got even worse for Ghislaine Maxwell, as a woman from New York City has come forward to claim that the British socialite “gagged, restrained and raped” her before the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein joined in on the attack.
Using the pseudonym “Samantha,” the woman told The Sun that she was violently assaulted after she recruited a 19 year-old friend for Epstein, telling her to lie and say she was only 16. Afterwards, Samantha claimed that she was summoned to Epstein’s mansion in Manhattan, where Maxwell took her to the massage room. There, the socialite berated the young girl, calling her a “dirty, filthy whore, [a] lying whore.”
“She was mad at me because of telling the other girl to lie about her age,” claimed Samantha, who was a 21 year-old Parsons student at the time.
“And the next thing I knew she had a ball gag in my mouth, my hands around my back and she was raping me with a sex toy,” she recalled. “She had taken my clothes off. It all happened so fast, I was stunned. She was using the sex toy on me and on herself then she called in Epstein and he joined in.”
“It was traumatizing. After they were finished I grabbed my clothes,” Samantha said. “I remember her giving me $300 and saying, ‘Don’t think about going to the authorities because you won’t be alive to see your day in court’ or something like that.”
Samantha went on to say that her life was changed forever after the incident. Terrified of Epstein and Maxwell, Samantha soon left New York and moved to California, where she became a sex worker.
“It’s changed my life completely,” she lamented. “I was going to school for design. I had a future. And then I got to LA and I went into the sex trade. I’ve never been married, this affected everything.”
“It’s extremely traumatic when something like that happens and you’re not the same person after it happens. Then there’s just the embarrassment of it. I hid it from everyone,” she added. “I feel like they took away my ambition, my drive and my future.”
Samantha now wants to see Maxwell “suffer” and not die in prison like Epstein, who committed suicide behind bars in August of 2019 while awaiting trial for various sex crime charges.
“I want to see her be punished. I don’t want her to die,” she said. “I think that Epstein got away too easily by killing himself. I would rather have seen him suffer. And she needs to suffer like she made all of us suffer. I just don’t think Epstein was the monster behind it more than it was her, she was the real monster in my opinion.”
This piece originally appeared in UpliftingToday.com and is used by permission.
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