Jeffrey Epstein would 'physically shake with desire for young girls'

Jeffrey Epstein would ‘physically shake with desire for young girls and his first victim may be a 17-year-old dubbed Fantasia who was recruited by Ghislaine Maxwell in 1994’, book claims

  • Jeffrey Epstein would reportedly ‘physically  shake’ with desire around young girls, according to a book by Florida attorney Bradely Edwards
  • His book, ‘Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein’, also  identifies a woman who may have been Epstein’s first victim
  • ‘Fantasia’ said Ghislaine Maxwell recruited her to give Epstein a massage in 1994 when she was 17-years-old 
  • Maxwell, 58, was arrested on sex trafficking charges in New Hampshire on July 2
  • She has been accused of being Epstein’s accomplice and procuring young girls for him between 1994 and 1997 

The first victim of Jeffrey Epstein may have been a 17-year-old girl named ‘Fantasia’ recruited by his ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell and the billionaire would reportedly ‘physically shake’ with desire around young girls, book claims.

The shocking revelations were shared in the book ‘Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein’ that was released in March by Florida attorney Bradely Edwards.

It came just seven months after the convicted billionaire committed suicide in a Manhattan jail cell and four months before Maxwell, 58, was arrested in New Hampshire over sex trafficking charges.

In the book, Bradley describes his interviews with a woman he dubbed ‘Fantasia’, who was nearly 40 at the time, after she reached out to him after amid his probe into Epstein.

‘Fantasia explained that Ghislaine’s role in life was to please Jeffrey, a job which included telling Fantasia what sex outfit to wear to make him happy,’ he wrote.

‘The school girl outfit was his favorite.’

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein (left) and Ghislaine Maxwell (right) became the subject of sexual misconduct allegations after claims they were involved in underage sex trafficking

Fantasia described how in 1994, at age 17, she was recruited by Maxwell to provide Epstein with a massage in Europe.

She had been flown to several of Epstein’s estates, including his private Caribbean island called Little St. James, and was introduced to influential figures.

Having spent time with them sporadically for more than a decade, Fantasia claims she had tremendous insight into the role Maxwell played in Epstein’s life.  

Once, while in London, it is alleged Fantasia and Maxwell encountered a very young-looking girl who Fantasia thought was innocent and should be left alone.

According to ‘Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein’, Epstein’s (pictured) first victim may have been a 17-year-old girl called ‘Fantasia’ that was procured by Ghislaine Maxwell

She says she remembered Maxwell disagreeing and telling her that someone had to perform a sex act on Epstein and, if this new girl didn’t do it, then Maxwell herself would have to – and clearly she did not want to. 

Fantasia told how Epstein was so overwhelmed by sexual desire when underage girls were around he would physically shake. He couldn’t survive without a constant supply of new girls.

She even said that she had known Epstein for so long, and had seen enough of his ‘evil’ side, that she believed he wasn’t beyond killing someone, especially if it was necessary to keep his sex addiction alive.

In 2017, a lawsuit against Maxwell was on the verge of going to trial and Fantasia was strongly considering testifying. But on the eve of the hearing, she received a mysterious call in the middle of the night. 

The voice on the other end said: ‘If you care about your daughter, you will stay out of the litigation in New York.’  

Fantasia soon dropped out of the trial and did not take the stand.

The New York Post reports that the description of Fantasia sounds parallel to unnamed ‘Minor Victim – 3’ in the official indictment of Maxwell that was filed July 2.

The indictment alleges Maxwell helped procure underage girls for Epstein between 1994 and 1887 in New York, Florida, London and New Mexico.

‘Maxwell groomed and befriended Minor Victim-3 in London … between approximately 1994 and 1995,’ it reads.

Maxwell (pictured) was arrested on July 2 and an indictment claims she ‘groomed’ victims for Epstein from 1994 to 1997 in several locations

Maxwell is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn on six charges of sex trafficking (pictured)

‘Maxwell introduced Minor Victim-3 to Epstein and arranged for multiple interactions between Minor Victim-3 and Epstein. 

‘During those interactions, Maxwell encouraged Minor Victim-3 to massage Epstein, knowing that Epstein would engage in sex acts with Minor Victim-3 during those massages.’

Edwards would not disclose to The New York Post if Fantasia was, in fact, Minor Victim -3. 

Epstein, a New York financier whose reputation was marred with allegations of child molestation, was indicted on sex trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking charges.

He was repeatedly accused of the vile act throughout his adult life and pleaded guilty to soliciting a minor for prostitution in Florida in 2008.

He was awaiting trial at the Metropolitan Correctional Center jail in New York City when he committed suicide  by hanging inside his jail cell in August 2019. 

Epstein’s death rocked the country and was shocking blow for a number of his victims who had come forward. 

Fifteen of Epstein’s victims, including Anouska De Georgiou, were urging District Judge Richard Berman to investigate Epstein’s alleged co-conspirators, including  Maxwell. 

‘Although I think it’s tragic when anybody dies before their time, I’m extremely relieved that Jeffrey Epstein will not be in a position to hurt anymore children or anymore women,’ De Georgiou told ABC News.

Other accusers include Virginia Roberts Giuffre , Jennifer Araoz, Chante Davies and Rachel Benavidez.

A group of Epstein’s accusers (pictured) appeared on NBC’s Dateline to detail their stories

Giuffre has lodged sexual misconduct claims at Prince Andrew, who was pictured with her and Maxwell in a photo. He’s vehemently denied any wrong doing. 

Maxwell’s statement came two weeks after Epstein was found dead inside his holding cell, but she later fled investigators and disappeared. 

But FBI agents and police captured her last week inside a secret hideaway home in New Hampshire called ‘Tuckedaway.’

FBI spy planes over her $1million mansion to ensure the suspected accomplice did not flee again before crashing through the front door and arresting her.

An officer told The Mail on Sunday: ‘We drove at speed up the half-mile driveway in a convoy of 15 vehicles. And let’s just say, we didn’t knock politely on the door. It was smashed down. 

The filing comes eight days after authorities swooped on her luxury home in New Hampshire, where prosecutors say she was hiding out, and charged her with luring underage girls so Epstein could sexually abuse them

Her bail request (pictured) was filed in the US District Court in Manhattan and claims she was not ‘hiding’ from authorities, is not a flight risk and is at risk of contracting COVID-19 if she continues to be held in the Brooklyn jail 

Maxwell was transported to New York City where she’s being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn on six charges of sex trafficking to girls as young as 14-years-old.

Maxwell has continued to deny any involvement in the crimes. Her lawyers claimed that she hadn’t spoke to Epstein in a decade and is the subject of a smear campaign.

They requested that Maxwell be released on a $5million bail as to not catch COVID-19.

If given bail,Maxwell will be bared from travel and be confined to a New York home . Visitors would be limited, any travel would need to be approved and she would be expected to only appear in court, as well as her lawyers’ office.

Ghislaine Maxwell ‘has tapes of two prominent US politicians having sex with minors’ and boasted of ‘owning’ powerful people, former friend and jewel thief claims 

Ghislaine Maxwell ‘has tapes of two prominent US politicians having sex with minors’ and boasted of ‘owning’ powerful people, according to a former friend.

The ex-jewel robber, who used the pseudonym William Steel, said they ‘forced’ him to watch the footage as they wanted to convince him of their ‘power’.

He also claimed to have seen clips of ‘celebrities’ and ‘world figures’ having ‘threesomes, even orgies’ with minors.

It follows Maxwell, 58, being arrested last Thursday on charges she helped lure at least three girls – one as young as 14 – to be sexually abused by Epstein, who was accused of victimising dozens of girls and women over many years.

Steel told The Sun: ‘They wanted to convince me of their power and who they held in their grip. They boasted about ‘owning’ powerful people.’ 

He added: ‘I saw videos of very powerful people – celebrities, world figures – in those videos having sex, threesomes, even orgies with minors.’ 

The former friend also referred to two ‘high-profile’ American politicians who were in videos with minors. 

Maxwell, the daughter of the late British publishing magnate Robert Maxwell, is the former girlfriend and long-time close associate of Epstein.

She is accused of facilitating his crimes and on some occasions joined him in sexually abusing the girls, according to the indictment against her. 

The property where Maxwell was arrested by the FBI seen in an aerial photograph in Bradford, New Hampshire. She is accused in four counts of acting as Epstein’s madam

Several Epstein victims have described Maxwell as his chief enabler, recruiting and grooming young girls for abuse. She has denied wrongdoing and called claims against her ‘absolute rubbish.’ 

Maxwell was arrested by a team of federal agents last week at a $1 million estate she had purchased in New Hampshire. The investigators had been keeping an eye on Maxwell and knew she had been hiding out in various locations in New England.

She had switched her email address, ordered packages under someone else´s name and registered at least one new phone number under an alias ‘G Max,’ prosecutors have said. 

The British socialite will appear in New York’s southern district court on July 14 at 1pm and the hearing will take place over video-link due to coronavirus. 

She will join from the ‘hell-hole’ jail where she is being held and only the judge, Alison Nathan, will be present along with one prosecutor and one defence attorney.

Maxwell – a friend to billionaires, celebrities, presidents and royalty before her arrest – is facing a six-count federal indictment which could see her jailed for 35 years.

She is accused in four counts of acting as Epstein’s madam, hunting down and ‘training’ young girls for him to abuse in the late 1990s.

Another two counts accuse her of lying about the abuse to a court when she was sued by one of the victims – Virginia Roberts – in 2015.

However, observers and experts believe she is not the state’s primary target, and will likely be offered a plea deal to turn on others in Epstein’s circle.

Epstein was initially jailed for 18 months in 2008 after being allowed to plead guilty to a single charge of soliciting sex from a child prostitute, despite at one stage facing a 53-page FBI indictment.

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