Epstein used Bill Clinton’s name to threaten rape victim, warned her of their 'good friendship' before abuse

The victim, known as Jane Doe 15, claimed in 2019: 'When I chose a seat on the jet, Jeffrey told me that is where his good friend Bill Clinton always chose to sit'


                             Epstein used Bill Clinton’s name to threaten rape victim, warned her of their 'good friendship' before abuse
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The late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein reportedly used former President Bill Clinton's name to intimidate a victim, warning her of his "good friendship" with the Democrat leader. The victim, known as Jane Doe 15, in 2019, claimed that she was raped by Epstein and that she sat in Clinton's personal seat on the financier's infamous "Lolita Express" private jet.

The survivor had said that Epstein began grooming her when she visited New York for a school trip and she eventually found herself on his private plane. "When I chose a seat on the jet, Jeffrey told me that is where his good friend Bill Clinton always chose to sit," Jone Doe 15 recalled. 

Epstein allegedly hanged himself at the Manhattan Correctional Center on August 10 last year, despite being intermittently put on suicide watch. The financier was arrested by federal agents on July 6, 2019, in New Jersey after his return from a Paris trip and was charged with child sex trafficking in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1591. The former president, meanwhile, has denied any close relationship with Epstein and has associated their contact to aid work in the developing world.

Jane Doe 15 claimed that Epstein took her "sexual innocence" at his New Mexico compound and invited her to his Little St James Caribbean island. The woman said that she was told at the time that "Prince Andrew among others would be a guest." She, however, declined the invitation to the gathering. The survivor, last year, filed a lawsuit against Epstein's estate in Manhattan. According to her lawsuits, she met Epstein in 2004 during a school class trip to New York City and shortly after boarded his private plane with multiple other girls to his ranch in New Mexico. The financier, during the flight, gave her a tour of his plane, starting with his bedroom.

"Epstein explained to Jane Doe 15 that, when he slept on the bed, he liked to have women sleep at his feet," the lawsuit stated. "Epstein’s description of the women sleeping around him on the floor made her immediately think of slaves." The documents state that while they were on the flight, he asked the girl how old she was. "Jane Doe 15 found her interactions with Epstein on the plane strange," the suit said. "But she recognized one of the other girls on the plane as a model who had been on a magazine cover that month. Jane Doe 15 remembers finding that reassuring, and thinking: ‘If she’s here, it must be ok’."

After arriving at the ranch, one of Epstein's female associates, reportedly told the teenager that Epstein really liked her, the suit stated. The associate, described as a woman with red hair, then questioned her about her sexual history and called her for a massage the next day. 

"Without Jane Doe 15’s consent, the woman proceeded to use her tongue to ‘massage’ Jane Doe 15, focusing primarily on Jane Doe 15’s private parts," the suit stated. "The redhaired woman – Epstein’s agent – then told Jane Doe 15 that Epstein really wanted to give Jane Doe 15 an orgasm." The teen was called to Epstein's room the next day, where he was wearing a bathrobe and later exposed himself to the girl and assaulted her, the suit claimed. 

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