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Epstein Co-Conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell Facing New Lawsuit

Yet another Epstein and Maxwell victim has come forward with a lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell.

Elizabeth Stein alleged years of sexual abuse, coercion, stalking, and grooming at the hands of convicted predators and sex traffickers Epstein and Maxwell.

Stein claims the couple first approached her when she was interning under notable fashion designer Henri Bendel.

At first, the couple made an outward show of being interested in Stein’s career and showered her with gifts, Stein alleged.

This relationship quickly turned predatory when Epstein and Maxwell reportedly coerced a young Stein into coming up to their hotel bedroom to engage in a threesome.

Stein claims she was made uncomfortable by the couple’s insistence that she accept a cash tip afterward.

Following the incident, Stein says she attempted to escape the influence of the couple, who continued to stalk her, ruin promotions they, themselves set up, and tacitly threaten the young woman warning her that they were ‘always’ watching.

Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis chimed in: “New Lawsuit Filed Against Ghislaine Maxwell Ahead of NY Survivors Act Deadline. But still not one single client arrest.”

Russia Today reports:

Maxwell and Epstein allegedly subjected Stein to group rapes and other assaults, including a trip to Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion where she was held for several days against her will while she was violated by the couple and their guests.

Upon learning she had become pregnant, Stein says she was treated to an abortion by Maxwell, became depressed, and “caused herself to crash her car.”

Many others called for the release of the Epstein client list amid the new lawsuit and allegations from yet another victim.

The Epoch Times explained:

The lawsuit was filed under New York’s Adult Survivors Act, which was signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul in May 2022, and allows survivors of sexual offenses to file a lawsuit against their abusers in New York even if the statute of limitations on their claims has expired, provided that the incident happened when the victims were over 18 years of age.


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