Epstein accuser names former Democrat governor and senator in testimony
The recently released files from a lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's accomplice and mistress, are like Pandora's Box.
Virginia Guiffre, one of Epstein's victims, accuses former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Maine Sen. George Mitchell that she was forced by Epstein to have intercourse with them as an underage girl.
Both Richardson and George Mitchell deny everything. The day after the files were released, Epstein was found dead in his prison cell.
There are also some other names mentioned by Guiffre, like Alan Dershowitz (a lawyer), Prince Andrew, Jean Luc Brunel (modeling agent), Glenn Dubin (money manager) and Marvin Minsky (MIT professor). They all deny Guiffre's claims.
"My whole life revolved around just pleasing these men and keeping Ghislaine and Jeffrey happy. Their whole lives revolved around sex, " said in her 2016 statement, that was released on Friday, August 9th.
"Before you know it, I'm being lent out to politicians and to academics and...royalty and people that you just, you would never think, 'How did you get into that position of power in the first place?'" said Guiffre.
Another Epstein's victim, Courtney Wild said that she met Epstein in 2002. She still had braces at that time and was 14 years old. Courtney later "worked" for Epstein, bringing him the other girls. "If I had a girl to bring him at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, then that’s how many times I would go a day. He wanted as many girls as I could get him. It was never enough," she said.
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Wild also added that Epstein mostly preyed on girls with problems, like homeless ones or those without friends or family issues. "He went after girls who he thought no one would listen to and he was right," she said. She also added that in 2008, they "silenced her voice," just like "the voices of Jeffrey Epstein’s other victims".
Both Mitchel and Richardson deny Guiffre's claims. "These allegations and inferences are completely false," said Richardson's office. Similar statements were issued from Richardson's side: "Governor Richardson has never been to Mr. Epstein's residence in the Virgin Islands. Governor Richardson has never met Ms. Giuffre."
The other people mentioned by Guiffre's in her 2016 deposition also deny her claims.