A woman only identified as “Jane Doe” has come forward to claim that she was raped dozens of times between the ages of 14 and 16 by Ghislaine Maxwell.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Jane Doe, who wishes to protect her identity, said Maxwell sexually abused her beginning in 1991 in Florida. She said the abuse continued until she was 16…
“She did rape me. I would say it’s more than 20 or 30 times,” she said. “She is just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein … She is a rapist.”…
As Doe describes, it the abuse by Maxwell wasn’t done for her own enjoyment so much as it was “coaching” to prepare her for abuse by Epstein:
“It was her more or less, coaching,” Doe said. “Do it this way and do it that way, because once you become a model, this is what they’re going to expect from you.”…
“She is an evil person. I don’t believe that Jeffrey Epstein could have obtained the magnitude of victims that he had had it not been for her,” Doe said. “She destroyed what was supposed to be the best years of my life, being a teenager and being a cheerleader.”
The abuse ended when Doe became pregnant at age 16. She had an abortion and claims that as a final warning to her not to talk about what had happened she was drugged and gang-raped by Epstein, Maxwell and others.
After the rape, Doe said, a driver with a gun drove her to her home. “I was dumped off in my grandparents yard naked, and was told that I wouldn’t come back alive the next time,” Doe said.
Fearful for her life, Doe said, her grandfather put her into hiding. She dropped out of high school. “I basically kind of vanished,” she said. “Ms. Maxwell was a participant, and she made it very clear that I was to keep my mouth shut or harm would come to my family and myself and harm did come to me.”
Doe is now hoping that Maxwell won’t escape justice the way that Epstein did. She is represented by an attorney who also represents seven other Epstein accusers and is willing to testify against her.
In May, Netflix released a documentary series about Jeffrey Epstein titled Filthy Rich. One of the bits of news included in that documentary (as opposed to stories which have been around for several years) was a claim that Bill Clinton was seen on Epstein’s private island by a communications contractor who worked there. Clinton has denied every visiting the island so maybe we’ll now get to see what Ghislaine Maxwell has to say about that.
In addition to the docu-series, Netflix also released this 10-minute segment titled “Who is Ghislaine Maxwell” which tries to explain how she became Epstein’s madam, fixer and enforcer. This clip, which was released in May, long before Maxwell’s arrest, also explains some of the many hurdles people like Jane Doe will face in court including the absurdly broad plea agreement Epstein reached with prosecutors in 2008.