These are the most significant allegations in Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre’s unsealed memoir


FILE PHOTO: U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein appears in a photograph taken for the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services' sex offender registry March 28, 2017 and obtained by Reuters July 10, 2019.  New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services/Handout via REUTERS/File Photo

A memoir written by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims Virginia Giuffre, née Roberts, gives an unprecedented look at life inside of the underaged sex ring.
In the 139 page exposé, titled “The Billionaire’s Playboy Club,” first appeared as part of a batch of unsealed court documents in August 2019. It’s once again circulating after it reappeared in another set of unsealed records.
Giuffre describes how Ghislaine Maxwell found her while she worked at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club as a teenager. Maxwell invited her to audition for a masseuse role, then groomed her for sex work, according to Giuffre.
Giuffre also names several of the clients Epstein forced her to sleep with, including Prince Andrew and former senator George Mitchell.

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A memoir written by Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, née Roberts, has once again appeared in court records, recirculating accusations of manipulation and abuse by sex offender Epstein and his circle of powerful acquaintances — from Prince Andrew to former senator and Disney chairman George Mitchell.

The 139-page exposé is one of the exhibits in Giuffre’s lawsuit against Epstein’s partner Ghislaine Maxwell, which settled in May 2017. The memoir details Giuffre’s life as a teenager inside of Epstein’s alleged sex ring, where she said she was forced to have sex with Epstein and Maxwell on command, and to do the same with the men who she described as Epstein’s clients, all against a backdrop of expensive champagne, fancy gowns, and frequent trips on Epstein’s private jet.

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The unpublished memoir was first unsealed in August 2019, amid a batch of court records related to the lawsuit. Another copy of it, which appears identical except for formatting differences, was unsealed on Thursday.

In the memoir, Giuffre said she was just 15 when Maxwell spotted her working at …read more

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