Jeffrey Epstein accuser Michelle Licata struggled to contain her rage and suicidal thoughts after the pedophile’s abuse, she revealed during an emotional TV interview.
“I was punching holes in my bedroom; I was writing poems saying that I wanted to kill myself,” Licata told Dr. Mehmet Oz during an interview set to air on his show Thursday.
“I remember saying, ‘I hate being me.’ And, I just hated me,” recalled Licata, who has previously said was just 16 when she was recruited by a high-school pal in Florida to give the twisted financier “massages.’’
Wiping away tears, she said the trauma of abuse changed future relationships.
“And, I mean, it was like one experience that changed my entire outlook on life,” she said.
However, Licata — one of the accusers who traveled to New York to see the 66-year-old pedophile in court a month before his death — remained defiant when asked if she still hated herself.
“No. I have a lot of reasons to live,” she told Dr. Oz in the preview clip.
Another accuser, giving only the name Kiki, also told the show that Epstein’s victims were “disposable” for the pervert, who was fixated on his twisted urges.
“Honestly, I’m not sure that he had a conscience,” Kiki told the show.
“To him, it probably was a good time because it satisfied his impulses or his urges. So however, the other person or other victim was feeling, it didn’t matter because it was all about him.
“It satisfied what he needed, and that’s all it mattered.
“Everyone is disposable to him. Expendable,” she insisted of Epstein, who died in August after being found hanged in the cell of his Manhattan lockup.
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