By Fox News. Nine more women have come forward with claims that they were sexually abused by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, with one accuser saying she was just 13 when the abuse began.
The lawsuit, filed in New York state court in Manhattan on Tuesday, alleges incidents of sexual abuse between 1985 and 2007. The accusers are listed as Jane Doe I through Jane Doe IX and their claim is against Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, the executors of Epstein’s estate, which is valued at $577 million. . .
Jordan Merson, a lawyer for the nine women, told Fox News that he was open to a fund “that has the goal in mind of asset allocation and not asset preservation … If the idea is, ‘We are going to give each of these women a little bit of money and make sure that it’s OK,’ that is unacceptable. All of my clients have been severely injured. Horrible mental issues that they live with on a daily basis as a result of what this man did to them.” . . .
Seven of the accusers claim that “Epstein and his associates sexually assaulted, abused and battered” them. Six say they were raped, and two of those say the abuse happened “repeatedly.”
The earliest allegation against Epstein, made by Jane Doe II, dates from 1985 when she was 23 years old. Another allegation, made by Jane Doe I, dates from 1990 when she was 14 years old. The other seven accusers say their abuse by Epstein started between 2000 and 2007. Two of those accusers, Jane Doe III and Jane Doe IV, were 13 and 15 years old, respectively, when they met Epstein. The other five were between 19 and 22 years old. (Read more from “New Suit Claims Epstein Abuse in 1985, Says He and Pals Raped 13-Year-Old Girl” HERE)
Investigative Journalist: Why Is Bill Clinton Escaping Scrutiny in Jeffrey Epstein Case?
By Fox News. Following a bombshell interview in which Virginia Roberts Giuffre claimed she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew, an investigative reporter is asking why former President Bill Clinton is not being discussed.
On “The Story,” New York Post writer Maureen Callahan claimed it is odd that Andrew is most notable person to become embroiled in the alleged scandal so far.
“It seems very curious that so far the highest-profile man to be potentially taken down by this — because we don’t know what’s going to happen yet — though this does not look good for Andrew … is, in essence, a dim, useless member of an aging monarchy,” Callahan told host Martha MacCallum. . .
“We know, for example, that Bill Clinton was on planes owned by Jeffrey Epstein, was on Jeffrey Epstein’s private island multiple times,” Callahan added. “I cannot believe we’re not talking about him.”
Last month, a woman with accusations against the convicted pedophile described a disturbing encounter with him aboard his jet. (Read more from “Investigative Journalist: Why Is Bill Clinton Escaping Scrutiny in Jeffrey Epstein Case?” HERE)