Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged Madame Ghislin Maxwell used their private Caribbean island to host “continuous” organics and once flew in a group of European models to cater to their sexual embryos, Epstein’s accused new Claimed in released court documents.
Virginia Giffrey, who has accused Epstein and Maxwell of mistreating them, detailed the pair’s sex-obsessed world in a 2016 statement against Maxwell in a 2016 civil case that was first made public.
Giuffre testified that Maxwell had “frequent” sex with girls and women before him, with some believing she was 15 years old.
“There’s a smear of a lot of girls,” Guffrey told Maxwell’s attorneys if she could name the girls she saw having sex with Maxwell.
“There were blondes, brunettes, redheads. They were all beautiful girls. I would say ages between 15 and 21.”
Asked where he saw Maxwell having sex with other women, Giffrey said the US is “100 percent” in the Virgin Islands, where Epstein owned his private Little St. James Island.
“The island was a place where organism was a constant thing that happened. And then, it’s impossible to know how many there are, “Giffrey said.
She said she saw Maxwell have sex with women from all over the island – near a pool, near the beach, in small huts, and in Epstein’s cabana.
“An opportunity stands,” he said. “Models were – I think they were models – blown inside. Organisms were held outside the pool.”
He said the girls were “pretty, tall, some fair, some gray brown.”
She said, the girls spoke in a European language, which she thought was Russian or Czechoslovakian.
“Gheeslin, myself, Jeffrey, another girl in this blue, outdoor – I don’t know what you want to call it. Cabana, that … just might fit in a bed,” she said.
Geoffrey said she traveled to Europe on several occasions with the pair and smuggled rich and powerful men, including Prince Andrew of England and high-power lawyer Alan Dershowitt.
Maxwell and Epstein constantly reminded them of powerful people they didn’t know to warn them, Guffrey testified.
“Jeffrey did more than he did. But he did say that we shouldn’t cross borders with him.
The testimony was released as part of a huge cache of documents that were unheard of in a now-settled defamation lawsuit Thursday brought against Giffre Maxwell.
Maxwell has been wrongly charged for allegedly lying under oath in deposited funds. She is also accused of acting as a sex trafficker for Epstein and pleaded not guilty.