Jeffrey Epstein viscously raped a 26-year-old Florida real estate broker — and then threatened to feed her to alligators if she re
Jeffrey Epstein viscously raped a 26-year-old Florida real estate broker — and then threatened to feed her to alligators if she reported the assault, a chilling new lawsuit claims.
In a federal complaint filed last week, the woman, identified as Jane Doe, alleged that Epstein first sexually abused her at his Palm Beach mansion in 2008 with the “assistance” of his accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
Afterward, Epstein and Maxwell allegedly drove the woman to pick up her 8-year-old son and stopped the car “at a large body of water that was infested with alligators.”
“Epstein then ushered the Plaintiff to the body of water and told her in explicit detail that, as had happened to other girls in the past, she would end up in this body of water and be devoured by the alligators, should she ever reveal what Epstein had done to her,” the filing states.
The sickening allegations, first reported by the Miami Herald, stand out among the dozens of already-horrifying civil lawsuits filed against the dead pedophile’s estate.
Doe, a married Muslim woman originally from Turkey, claims that Epstein and Maxwell “repeatedly raped and sexually abused” her in front of her young son at a hotel in Naples, Florida.
They also allegedly sex trafficked her to several other men, including an unnamed local judge, and forced her to undergo “unwanted and unnecessary vaginal surgery” —apparently to pass her off as a virgin for one “high profile” client.
“This violent and illegal procedure was botched, leaving Plaintiff mutilated, in pain, disabled, and permanently sexually dysfunctional,” the filing states.
In her suit, filed in South Florida Federal Court, Doe said she met the pair at a BBQ hosted by her boss in late 2006 or early 2007 and was hired to find a property for Epstein.
She claims Maxwell recruited her and groomed her to be abused by the multimillionaire sex offender.
A trained hairdresser, Doe allegedly went to Epstein’s Palm Beach estate in January 2008 to cut his hair — but when she got there, he was “completely naked, and he proceeded, with Maxwell’s assistance, to brutally rape” her, the suit states.
After the assault, Epstein allegedly gave Doe $200 in cash as “compensation.”
When Doe said she intended to report the rape, Maxwell allegedly said she’d already called the cops — and two men who claimed to be police officers arrived and threatened to charge Doe with prostitution, take away her son and deport her, according to the court documents.
Over the next five months, Doe claims that Epstein and Maxwell allegedly sex trafficked her while threatening to have her murdered, deported, arrested for prostitution or have her son taken away from her.
“While making these threats, Epstein emphasized his personal connections to many powerful actors within the legal system and elsewhere whom he asserted would not hesitate to act on his behalf,” the suit states.
In one instance, Maxwell allegedly warned Doe “that she would end up in the pond to be consumed by the alligators if she told anyone about the crimes committed against her.”
Epstein also told Doe — who looked younger than 26 — to lie about her age to the men he sex trafficked her to and say that she was 17, the court docs allege.
During those five months, Doe claims she was also repeatedly photographed or filmed naked and performing lewd acts.
Epstein also allegedly coerced her into helping him sex traffic other young women, some who were believed to be minors.
Around April 2008, Maxwell also allegedly ordered Doe to keep a locked box at her house, as well as burner phones and other electronic devices, “that Epstein was seeking to conceal from discovery by law enforcement authorities.” She retrieved the materials a month later, the suit states.
It’s unclear when Doe escaped Epstein’s clutches, but the late financier pleaded guilty in June 2008 procuring a child for prostitution and of soliciting a prostitute, resulting in a wrist-slap 13 month jail sentence.
The suit states that Doe didn’t find out about Epstein’s 2019 arrest on federal sex trafficking charges — or his apparent suicide in a Manhattan jail cell — until Maxwell was nabbed last year also on sex trafficking charges.
Maxwell, 59, is currently being held behind bars in Brooklyn pending her trial, which is set to begin in July.
Lawyers for Epstein’s estate and an attorney for Maxwell didn’t immediately return a request for comment.