Woman Who Accused Jeffrey Epstein Of Rape Says Millionaire And His Madam Asked Her To Have Surrogate Baby

The woman at the center of the rape allegations against deceased multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein told her lawyer that the “final straw” for her was when Epstein and his madam/girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell asked the then 19-year-old to act as a surrogate mother for their child.
The allegation appears in a new book from Bradley Edwards, the attorney for Epstein’s most prominent accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre. In an excerpt published by The Daily Mail, Edwards explains how Giuffre met Maxwell and Epstein and became a “sex slave” to the rich and powerful. Giuffre was reading a book about massage technique – considering it for a career – while sitting outside President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida where she worked when she was 16. Trump banned Epstein from the resort over his treatment of young girls.
While reading the book, Maxwell approached Giuffre (then Roberts) and offered to teach her how to perform massages and asked her to come work for her billionaire friend, who turned out to be Epstein. Giuffre, who had a troubled childhood, was excited by the offer, but quickly became upset when she says she was sexually assaulted upon meeting Epstein. Giuffre was distraught, but Maxwell and Epstein acted so casually that the young woman thought this was just how the rich and powerful behaved. She was paid for her “massage” session with Epstein – more money than she had ever seen – and agreed to keep working for the multimillionaire.
Giuffre was soon farmed out to Epstein’s wealthy friends, including, she says, Prince Andrew of the Royal Family. She was taught how to perform sexual favors for these wealthy individuals and traveled the world with Epstein.
Edwards wrote that when he met Giuffre he believed she was the key to taking down Epstein, since her years and travels with the now-convicted predator meant she knew the “structure of his organization.”
Edwards also wrote that after years of traveling the world as one of Epstein’s underage sex slaves, Maxwell and the millionaire asked Giuffre to bear a child for them.
“At the age of 19, when she had been involved in the sex cult for over two years, Epstein and Maxwell came up with a proposal that turned her stomach: they wanted her to carry his baby,” Edwards wrote. “They told Virginia she would be taken care of for the rest of her life if she would agree to give Epstein and Maxwell a child, although there were some strings attached. In particular, she would have to sign a contract agreeing that the baby was not her own, but the legal child of Epstein and Maxwell.”
“It was the final straw. She couldn’t bear the thought of Epstein and Maxwell raising her child. She knew she had to escape,” Edwards added.
Giuffre, Edwards wrote, escaped Epstein and Maxwell while in Thailand, where Epstein allegedly asked Giuffre to find a young girl for the millionaire. Instead, Giuffre found a man in town who “fell in love with her and promised to take care of her.”
“She married him days later, hopped on a plane with him to Australia, and never looked back,” Edwards wrote. “She hid in Australia for nearly ten years, during which time she had three children.”
Epstein was found hanging in his cell on August 10, 2019 after being taken off suicide watch.
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