Jeffrey Epstein pleasured himself while watching Ghislaine Maxwell sexually abuse Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the accuser claimed in her manuscript.
Giuffre recounted the alleged incident at the convicted sex offender’s Palm Beach mansion in her book proposal “Billionaire Playboy’s Club,” The Sun reported.
Epstein “stroked his loins” as Maxwell allegedly molested Giuffre.
“I didn’t know if she was doing this for the sake of his eye-candy,” Giuffre wrote in the 72-page manuscript that was part of newly unsealed court documents.
The sick scenario played out after the pair allegedly abused Giuffre in Epstein’s massage room — after asking her about the “darker experiences of my young life,” Giuffre claimed.
“When they found out that I hadn’t led much of a normal existence they only probed me with more questions, which being put on the spot [I] answered honestly,” she wrote.
Giuffre has previously claimed she was sexually abused by a 65-year-old sex trafficker when she was a homeless 13-year-old, according to The Sun.
“The funny thing was they didn’t seem appalled at all by my statements, rather entertained if anything,” she wrote.
“Jeffrey called me a ‘naughty-girl’ with that wry smile of his, and half playful and half defensive, I answered ‘no I’m not, I’m really a good girl, just always in the wrong places,’” Giuffre wrote.
“He then replied, ‘It’s O.K., I like naughty girls.’”
Then, Epstein rolled over to expose his nude frontside. He and Maxwell then allegedly groped the young accuser before the British socialite instructed her to have sex with the financier.
Giuffre has said the manuscript is “99 percent true,” though her lawyers have acknowledged at least some of it was “fictionalized,” according to The Sun.
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