Jeffrey Epstein victim was terrified she’d die during naked massage

Jeffrey Epstein victim was terrified she'd die during naked massage, doc reveals

Jeffrey Epstein’s victims told cops that she believed she was going to die after he asked her to remove her underwear during a massage at his Palm Beach home.

A series of police interviews which has now been released as part of a four-part Netflix documentary, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, shows a group of young girls as they break down over the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of the notorious pedophile.

A young victim, named only as Heather, says she thought she was going to die after being left alone with Epstein
A young victim, named only as Heather, says she thought she was going to die after being left alone with Epstein

The teen, named only as Heather, is asked by Detective Joe Recarey the lead investigator on the case at the time if she was asked to remove her pants during the massage she gave to Epstein.

She replies saying yes, as the police officer comforts her telling her to take a deep breath when she becomes upset by the questioning.

She goes onto say: I wasn’t aware that I was going to be alone with him for that ten minutes.

And I thought I was going to die.

Other victims are interviewed by police, including a young girl named Susan, who says that while giving the now deceased tycoon a massage he began masturbating in front of her.

When asked by the detective what else had happened during the massage, she said – He took the towel off and started pleasing himself, which I was very uncomfortable with.

I wanted to leave right away when I got there.

Police chief Micheal Reiter goes onto the explain that every victim they interviewed during the investigation lead to another, exposing the true scale of the abuse.

The documentary also revealed a disturbing phone call made to cops by a parent who discovered her 14-year-old stepdaughter had been paid $300 to massage Epstein at his Florida home.

After being involved in a fight at school, the young girl was found to be carrying $300 in cash and admitted that she and a friend had visited a gentleman’s house which was later found to be Epstein’s Palm beach residence.

During the call, the concerned parent tells the operator – It was an incident that occurred maybe three and a half weeks ago with one of my stepdaughters.

One day at school she got into a fight and she had $300 on her.

So after asking her and asking her what was going on, I found out that it ended up being that they went to Palm Beach to a gentleman’s house.

And they started off by giving this gentleman a massage and he pays them.

And if he likes them and thinks they’re pretty enough he keeps them around to do other things.