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Jeffrey Epstein files second batch of details on how he recruited girls’ home for massages

In the latest development related to unsealed court documents revealing the names of some of late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, 19 more unsealed documents were publicly released on Friday. This comes after several court documents were made public on Wednesday.

One document, a statement from Palm Beach detective Joseph Ricci, revealed how Epstein and his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell found and recruited girls “to perform massages and perform chores at Epstein’s home,” CNN reports. Were.

This was the second batch of documents to be made publicly available as part of a lawsuit filed against Ghislaine Maxwell by Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s victims.

In the document, when an attorney asked how many girls Riccari had talked to about being recruited by Maxwell, Riccari replied, “I would say about 30; 30, 33,” as cited by CNN. The lawyer asked Rickeri: “And at the end of that massage, if that victim brings other friends, will she get paid for recruiting those friends?” “Correct,” said Rickery.

The attorney also asked Joseph Ricci, “So did you determine that ‘massage’ was actually a code word for something else?” “When they went for massages, it was for sexual gratification,” Rekeri said, as quoted by CNN. According to CNN, Joseph Recheri was the lead detective in the previous case against Epstein in the mid-2000s.

According to news agency AP, the second batch of documents also includes some new details about the financier’s sexual exploitation of teenage girls, and a reminder of how he recruited his victims and helped them hide his crimes. Took advantage of his powerful connections.

Some of the statements revealed how the girls were persuaded to go to Jeffrey’s house and asked to bring friends for more payment. According to NBC News, one woman, who was a teenager at the time, said she had no experience with massage and had no assumption or expectation that the visit would involve sexual activity.

“The first time I met Jeffrey he took off my clothes without my consent,” according to a transcript of the woman’s statement, whose name has been redacted, according to NBC News.

In 2016, former Palm Beach police Det. Joseph Recheri said that Ghislaine Maxwell was involved in recruiting girls to perform massages and work at Epstein’s home. Ricci said he interviewed about 33 women, NBC News reported. Only two, who were older, had any experience in massage, he said. Most of the girls were under 18 years of age.

“Each victim who went home was told to bring their friends home. Some complied and some did not,” Ricci said, as quoted by NBC News.

According to The Guardian, court documents made public on Wednesday include the names of some high-profile people, including Prince Andrew, former US President Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, David Copperfield and Stephen Hawking.



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