Jeffrey Epstein brought underage girls to Virgin Islands as recently as 2018, kept database of victims as young as 11 years old: lawsuit | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Jeffrey Epstein brought underage girls to Virgin Islands as recently as 2018, kept database of victims as young as 11 years old: lawsuit

Multimillionaire sex trafficking sadist Jeffrey Epstein brought young girls to his Virgin Islands retreat as recently as 2018 and kept a database of nearby underage victims, a new lawsuit filed by the Virgin Islands Attorney General charges.

The 49-page civil suit filed against Epstein’s estate provides new, disturbing details about Epstein’s sophisticated, supervillain-style sex trafficking operation on his private island of Little St. James. Young girls were lured to the island, which was only accessible by boat or helicopter, under the guise of good money for harmless massages of the powerful financier with famous friends, the suit says. But once the girls arrived they couldn’t escape and were allegedly subjected to “sexual servitude.”

The suit cites two chilling episodes in which Epstein’s victims tried to escape the island hellhole. A 15-year-old victim was forced into sex acts and then tried to swim off of the island, only to be found by a search party, the suit states. Epstein and his cronies allegedly held the girl captive and confiscated her passport. Epstein suggested another girl who had been captured after attempting to escape be physically restrained or harmed if she didn’t cooperate, according to the suit.

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