According to the Daily Mail, one of Epsteins victims is about to blow the whistle in a big way.
Here’s the bombshell story:
‘The footage will haunt me for the rest of my life.’ Jeffrey Epstein survivor claims she watched tapes the pedophile made of his wealthy friends having sex with a female victim for ‘blackmail’ – and says she still has copies stashed
One of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims has claimed that he did make sex tapes of his wealthy friends – and not only has she seen them, she’s made copies.
And Sarah Ransome’s newly released deposition has rekindled allegations that top attorney Alan Dershowitz was involved in the abuse of underage girls.
Ransome claimed in the deposition taken as part of a lawsuit that Virginia Giuffre filed against Epstein’s one-time girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell that she has seen footage of two of Epstein’s associates having sex with a female victim.
And she claims that she had been forced into a threesome with Dershowitz and an unidentified woman.
Dershowitz has responded to these claims. Here’s more from the story:
Dershowitz denies any abuse. He told the Daily Beast: ‘Let me be very clear—I have had sex with one woman since the day I met my wife.
‘And during the entire relevant period of time, I never had any contact with Ransome. I’ve never had any contact with anyone else. And the stories are all made up.’Advertisement
Ransome goes on to claim that footage she saw will ‘haunt me for the rest of my life’ and that the faces of the two men were clearly visible. She does not identify those men.
Ransome even claims to have copies which she has stored at several secure locations around Europe and says she fears retaliation by Epstein even though he is dead.
The bombshell claim gives new insight into the long-held theory that Epstein blackmailed his wealthy male friends with secretly recorded videos of them having sex with underage girls he provided.
This is still a developing story. Stay tuned for more…
Photo: Unknown author, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons and Ghislaine Maxwell, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons