According to a newly filed lawsuit against the Jeffrey Epstein estate a woman, who is thought to be Epstein’s first victim, says that Epstein introduced her to Donald Trump when she was only 14.
The woman says that Epstein told Trump, “this is a good one, right?”
According to the woman’s lawsuit, Trump replied by smiling and nodding in agreement.
The lawsuit was filed in Manhattan Federal court on Friday under the pseudonym Jane Doe.
The lawsuit claims that Trump and Epstein “both chuckled and Doe felt uncomfortable, but, at the time, was too young to understand why. ”The woman says that the encounter took place at Trump’s privately owned Mar-a-Lago in the mid-90s.
The woman states that she met Epstein and his madam, Ghislaine Maxwell when she just 13 years old. She says that Epstein and Maxwell groomed her for abuse by constantly talking about sex and insisting that she do whatever they told her. She says Epstein began to sexually abuse her in 1994. She claims the sexual abuse took place in Epstein’s Palm Beach residence as well as in Mexico.
She is seeking a piece of Epstein’s $577 million estate. More than 15 other women have filed similar claims.
Epstein committed suicide while in police custody at the Manhattan federal lockup where he was awaiting trial. He was facing multiple charges connected to sex trafficking.
Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein were close friends throughout the 80s and 90s and were often seen together in the same social circles. The two men often partied together. Trump and Epstein reportedly had some type of falling out in the early 2000s over a real estate deal.
Trump denies that he had anything to do with the underage girls that Epstein forced into sex trafficking.