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« Reply #30 on: June 27, 2019, 09:47:39 am »
Thursday, 27th June 2019
Accuser Officially Files Assault and Battery Lawsuit Against Lex Luthor
by Ryan Parker




The man accusing Kevin Spacey of sexual assault, which led to the actor being charged with a felony, has filed a lawsuit against the former House of Cards star, according to documents obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.

The suit, filed Wednesday, is separate from the Nantucket criminal case.

The allegations in the lawsuit mirror those in the criminal case.

The three counts listed in the lawsuit are assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Spacey previously pleaded not guilty to felony indecent assault and battery.

In 2017, former Boston TV news anchor Heather Unruh held a press conference to share her son's allegation of sexual assault against Spacey.

Her then 18-year-old son, she claimed, was sexually assaulted by Spacey inside the Club Car Restaurant.

Spacey, 59, and his lawyers have maintained the actor's innocence and accused Unruh's son of solely seeking money even before the lawsuit was filed.
 
The criminal trial is expected to occur this fall.

"As a result of defendant Kevin Spacey Fowler's explicit sexual behavior and lewd and lascivious conduct with the plaintiff, the plaintiff suffers, has suffered, and will continue to suffer in the future severe [mental] distress and emotional injuries," the lawsuit reads.

The suit is seeking an unspecified amount in damages for pain and suffering.

Spacey is still under investigation in Los Angeles and in England for other alleged sexual assaults.
















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Re: Black Dominatrix uses clients for 'emotional reparations'
« Reply #31 on: July 03, 2019, 04:15:06 pm »
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Wednesday, 3rd July 2019
Court to unseal up to 2,000 pages of Jeffrey Epstein-related documents
by Julie K. Brown



A New York federal appeals court on Wednesday ordered the unsealing of up to 2,000 pages of judicial documents that are expected to show evidence relating to whether New York financier Jeffrey Epstein and his partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, were recruiting underage girls and young women as part of an international sex trafficking operation.

The decision comes two days after the Miami Herald urged the court to issue a ruling in the wake of last week’s Justice Department announcement that it would not void Epstein’s controversial 2008 non-prosecution agreement.

Using others as recruiters, Epstein lured underage girls to his waterfront estate in Palm Beach from 1997 to 2006, under the guise that he was hiring them to give him massages.

He sexually abused them, the girls told authorities, then paid them to recruit other girls.

Epstein, now 66, was never federally prosecuted, having received immunity in exchange for pleading guilty to lesser charges in state court in 2008.

Maxwell, 57, the daughter of the late publishing magnate Robert Maxwell, has never been charged with a crime and has denied she was involved in acting as a “madam’’ of the operation.

She nevertheless fought to keep the records in the New York civil case sealed.







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Re: Black Dominatrix uses clients for 'emotional reparations'
« Reply #32 on: July 06, 2019, 06:22:41 pm »
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Saturday, 6th July 2019
Jeffrey Epstein Arrested!
by Daniel Chaitin




Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested for allegedly sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York between 2002 and 2005.

The 66-year-old registered sex offender will appear in court in New York on Monday, the Daily Beast reported.

The arrest comes after a New York federal appeals court ordered last week the release of 2,000 pages of judicial documents related to Epstein and his partner Ghislaine Maxwell, who were suspected of taking part in an international sex trafficking operation.





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« Reply #34 on: July 11, 2019, 04:56:44 pm »

Thursday, 11th July 2019
Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?
by Amanda Arnold




On Saturday night, billionaire financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on charges that he recruited dozens of underage girls into a sex-trafficking ring in Florida and New York between 2002 and 2005.

The details of his indictment became public on Monday morning when federal prosecutors unsealed the sex-trafficking charges against him.

Though Epstein is the only person named, many powerful people with ties to the 66-year-old are likely feeling a little nervous about the consequences of the billionaire’s arrest — including Ghislaine Maxwell, a confidante of Epstein’s who has been connected to him for more than two decades and is alleged to have played a critical role in recruiting and grooming underage girls into his sex-trafficking ring.

Though Maxwell is a key figure in the Epstein case, she has not yet been arrested and has repeatedly denied accusations against her.

As the details of Epstein’s alleged crimes become clearer, however, we’re likely to hear her name come up again and again.

Here’s everything we know about the alleged madam so far.

She’s a 57-year-old British socialite.

Maxwell is the daughter of publisher Robert Maxwell — in short, she comes from money.

After growing up and attending university in England, she moved to the United States following her father’s death in 1991.

Exactly how Maxwell and Epstein met is unclear, but the two reportedly dated for a short period of time, then remained friends after breaking up.

Per a 2002 New York Magazine profile of Epstein, Maxwell — who has been linked to Epstein for more than two decades — “lent a little pizzazz to the lower-profile Epstein.” The story continues:

The Oxford-educated Maxwell, described by many as a man-eater (she flies her own helicopter and was recently seen dining with [Bill] Clinton at Nello’s on Madison Avenue), lives in her own townhouse a few blocks away. Epstein is frequently seen around town with a bevy of comely young women but there has been no boldfaced name to replace Maxwell. “You may read about Jeffrey in the social columns, but there is much more to him than that,” says Jeffrey T. Leeds of the private equity firm Leeds Weld & Co.



She also, in 2012, founded the TerraMar Project, a nonprofit that advocates for protecting ocean waters.

She’s friendly with a number of notable figures, including Bill Clinton and British royal-family members.

Over the years, Maxwell has been photographed alongside many prominent, powerful people who are linked to Epstein, such as Donald Trump, Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and lawyer Alan Dershowitz.

Maxwell was even a guest at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding in 2010.

She’s been accused of recruiting and grooming girls and women into Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring.

According to multiple court filings reviewed by the Miami Herald, lawyers for one of Epstein’s alleged victims have claimed that Epstein and Maxwell acted as the leaders of an “organized crime family” and that Maxwell helped traffic girls and women to powerful figures.

Per the documents, Maxwell lured the alleged victims into the sex ring by offering them modeling, fashion, and educational opportunities.

Though Epstein is the only one named in the new indictment, there are court documents that could shed light on Maxwell’s alleged involvement:

around 2,000 pages from a 2015 defamation case filed by a woman named Virginia Giuffre, who publicly claimed in a sworn affidavit the year earlier that Maxwell had recruited her into Epstein’s sex ring to be a “sex slave” when she was just 16.

(After being recruited, she says, she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew and Alan Dershowitz.) In response, Maxwell called Giuffre’s claims “entirely false” on numerous occasions, compelling the latter to file the lawsuit.

But the case never went to trial:

In May 2017, it was settled the day before the trial was scheduled to start, and a U.S. District Court judge ordered a significant portion of the filings to be sealed; furthermore, the records that were made public were heavily blacked out.

On July 2 of this year, though, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ordered that some of the aforementioned sealed documents be unsealed.

(Additionally, in 2017, a woman named Sarah Ransome alleged in a lawsuit that Maxwell and Epstein had threatened to physically hurt her or ruin her career were she to refuse to have sex with the pair’s clients. Ransome withdrew the suit in December 2018 for reasons that were not made public.)

Sanford L. Bohrer, the Miami Herald’s attorney, has urged the New York appeals court to prioritize unsealing the approximate 2,000 pages of documents related to the 2015 defamation case, as the allegations against Maxwell are “an issue of critical public concern.”

And speaking of the potential consequences of Epstein’s indictment, David Boies, the lawyer representing Giuffre, told the Herald,

“The one person most likely in jeopardy is Maxwell because the records that are going to be unsealed have so much evidence against her.”

Predictably, Maxwell would prefer that the 2,000-some documents remain sealed.

On July 11, a conference was scheduled to determine whether all the documents should be unsealed, but the day before, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska postponed the conference to July 25, per Maxwell’s request.

(According to Bloomberg, one of Maxwell’s lawyers told Preska that to have the news conference on July 11 would be “premature,” as the case has not yet been officially returned to her court.)












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Re: Black Dominatrix uses clients for 'emotional reparations'
« Reply #35 on: July 12, 2019, 09:53:03 pm »
The current AG is creepier than realized


Virginia HEFferman Tweet reveals AG Bill Barr's dad, Donald Barr, the Dalton headmaster who unaccountably hired college dropout Coney Island hustler Jeffrey Epstein to teach underage girls, wrote a sex-slavery novel while working with Epstein.


Donald Barr wrote a novel in 1974 when Epstein worked with him about being sold into sex slavery.



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Re: Black Dominatrix uses clients for 'emotional reparations'
« Reply #36 on: July 25, 2019, 09:45:29 am »
Wednesday, 24th July 2019
Jeffrey Epstein found beaten up injured in New York jail cell
by Jonathan Dienst and Tom Winter







Jeffrey Epstein, the millionaire financier who is being held on federal sex trafficking charges, was found injured and in a fetal position in his cell at a New York City jail, sources close to the investigation told NBC News on Wednesday night.

Epstein, 66, was found semi-conscious with marks on his neck in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan some time in the last two days, the sources said.



Epstein is on suicide watch, two sources said.

Two sources told NBC News that Epstein may have tried to hang himself, while a third source cautioned that the injuries weren't serious, questioning whether Epstein might have staged an attack or a suicide attempt to get a transfer to another facility.

Another source said that an assault hadn't been ruled out and that another inmate, identified by sources as Nicholas Tartaglione, had been questioned.

Tartaglione, 49, is a former police officer in Briarcliff Manor, New York, who was arrested in December 2016 and accused of killing four men in an alleged cocaine distribution conspiracy, then burying their bodies in his yard in Otisville, according to court records.

He was charged with drug conspiracy and four counts of murder and is awaiting trial.

Sources said Tartaglione claimed not to have seen anything and not to have touched Epstein.

An attorney for Tartaglione denied that his client attacked Epstein, saying that Tartaglione and Epstein got along well and that Epstein appeared to be fine on Wednesday.

Attorneys for Epstein didn't immediately return calls for comment.

A spokesperson for the Bureau of Prisons didn't return calls, and spokesmen for the U.S. Marshals and U.S. attorney's office declined to comment.

Epstein was arrested July 6 2019 in Teterboro, New Jersey, as he returned from Paris on a private jet.

He has pleaded not guilty, and a federal judge denied bail last week.


Epstein, whom puppetine called a "terrific guy" in a 2002 interview with New York magazine, is registered as a sex offender in Florida.


Former President Bill Clinton has flown on one of Epstein's planes on several occasions, according to flight records reviewed by NBC News.

Epstein pleaded guilty in 2008 to procuring a person younger than 18 for prostitution and felony solicitation of prostitution.

He served a 13-month sentence in a Florida county jail and was granted a federal non-prosecution agreement by the office of the U.S. attorney for Miami, Alex Acosta, who resigned as U.S. labor secretary this month as criticism of the plea agreement grew ever louder.

The non-prosecution agreement, which limited the scope of the deal to cover only the Miami area, would no longer protect Epstein if he committed illegal acts in other parts of the country.

Epstein is charged in a new indictment handed up in New York with one count of sex trafficking conspiracy and one count of sex trafficking.

He could be sentenced up to 45 years in prison if he's convicted.

Federal prosecutors York allege that from at least 2002 through 2005, Epstein paid girls as young as 14 hundreds of dollars in cash for sex at either his Manhattan townhouse or his estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

Prosecutors said the acts began as massages, but turned sexual, and that he would pay his victims to recruit additional girls.

In February, the Justice Department opened an investigation into how federal lawyers handled Epstein's case after Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., wrote a series of letters to the department demanding to know why the government cut what he called a "sweetheart deal" with Epstein.















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« Reply #38 on: August 10, 2019, 07:26:31 am »
Saturday, 10th August 2019
Jeffrey Epstein Dies in Jail
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Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced federal reserve hoarder who was facing federal sex trafficking charges, died by apparent suicide early Saturday in his Lower Manhattan prison cell, three law enforcement officials told ABC News.








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