According to a report, Ghislaine Maxwell had to conjure up 3 girls a day who would be sexually assaulted by her longtime best friend and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, according to explosive new testimony by a victim who has waived her anonymity in the case.
That’s 21 girls a week, 90 girls a month, forgiving for holidays and days spent in court being charged as a pedophile, about 1,000 girls a year.
“She was a sexual predator who abused me and countless other children and young women,” Annie Farmer told a federal judge who denied Maxwell, 58, bail Tuesday and ordered her to spend a year awaiting trial at the Brooklyn Detention Center, the place she has been held since arrest July 2.
Farmer, 41, is allegedly one of three victims, all of them minors at the time of the alleged abuse between 1994 and 1997, in the case against Maxwell. She’s been charged with helping Epstein sexually assault girls, some as young as 14. If she is convicted, Maxwell faces as much as 35 years in prison. That still wouldn’t be enough for destroying so many young girl’s lives.
Maxwell has said she did nothing wrong.
Though prosecutors haven’t shared all of Farmer’s evidence, details of her abuse, that began when she was only 16 and flown to Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, had been written in a civil lawsuit filed last December.
On Saturday, papers filed in Maxwell’s case declare that “Maxwell spent years overseeing and managing Epstein’s sex-trafficking network . . . Epstein’s preference was to have three different girls a day for his sexual pleasure and Maxwell was responsible for recruiting the girls,” in line with a report in the Sunday Times of London.
The documents say that Farmer’s parents divorced when she was younger and her “mother struggled financially to support Annie and her siblings.”
“Maxwell appeared charming and friendly to Annie. “Upon arriving, Maxwell and Epstein took Annie shopping and lavished her with gifts, including beauty products and a pair of brand new cowboy boots.” Even Annie’s older sister Maria has admitted that she too was abused by Epstein.
Maxwell and Epstein additionally took Farmer to see a movie while she was in New Mexico. As they were standing in line, Maxwell “pulled down Epstein’s sweatpants, exposing part of his buttocks. Both Epstein and Maxwell repeatedly fondled each other in front of Annie, making an attempt to normalize sexual behavior to a child.”
Talking about the ranch, “Upon returning from the movie, Maxwell repeatedly told Annie that she wanted to give her a massage . . . Maxwell directed Annie to take off all of her clothes and lay on the massage table.
“Maxwell touched intimate parts of Annie’s body against her will for the sexual benefit of Maxwell and Epstein. Maxwell exposed Annie’s breasts and groped her. Annie was extremely distressed and afraid. She was a child in a massive ranch, away from her family, and isolated from any source of help.”
According to the papers file in court, the next morning Epstein went to Farmer’s bedroom, got into bed demanding a “cuddle” and he sexually assaulted her.
Farmer’s attorneys revealed that their client finally decided to go public with her allegations after Epstein’s suicide in a Manhattan federal jail back in August (wink wink): “Until his death, the plaintiff feared that Epstein and his co-conspirators, including Maxwell, would harm her or her family, or ruin her life, if she came forward.”
Maxwell, who has claimed that she only has $1 million left in her bank accounts, used to keep a “sex swing” and would hang upside down “like a bat” on another device in an attempt to look younger, the newspaper reported.
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