Twisted billionaire sex predator Jeffrey Epstein forced one young woman to marry another to keep his sex target in the U.S.
NBC News reports that the sick hedge fund manager was so desperate for sex with one of the young women that he promised life-saving surgery to another of his sex slaves.
Katlyn Doe claims Epstein blackmailed her when she was just 17 to have sex with him by promising to pay for expensive surgery.
And if she refused? No surgery.
Katlyn agreed to have sex with Epstein believing he would pay for her medical treatment, according to the lawsuit.
But the affidavit claims that in 2013 the fiendish financier had another request.
A woman who wasn’t an American citizen and was one of the wealthy financier’s top sex recruiters needed permanent U.S. residence to remain in the country.
So, Epstein told Katlyn Doe to marry the woman in New York — where same-sex marriages are legal.
According to NBC, Epstein had under his hand an army of “disciples” who facilitated his sexual antics with underage girls.
Meanwhile, the petulant pervert appears to have thrown up a new roadblock for his victims before his death.
On Tuesday, news emerged that Epstein had filed his new will — drawn up two days before he topped himself in a New York jail cell — in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
That makes it tougher for his victims to get at his estimated nearly $1 billion fortune.
“He is in some ways as brilliant in death as he was in life — an evil genius,” James Marsh, a lawyer for two Epstein accusers told the New York Post.
Epstein’s estate faces a mountain of lawsuits.
Nearly all of the suits will have to be re-filed because they don’t name executors of Epstein’s will as required after his death, a lawyer for one accuser told The Post.
But some enterprising entrepreneurs are trying to cash in on the filthy financier.
Epstein-inspired merchandise has now hit the internet.
T-shirts bearing the creep’s mugshot, tote bags plastered with Who killed Jeffrey Epstein? and even mugs with Epstein’s infamous Bill Clinton-in-a-dress portrait are being hawked on places like Amazon, Etsy, eBay and Shopify, according to reports.
But put away your credit card: eBay, Etsy and Shopify have now yanked the listings.
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