How Ghislaine Maxwell & Epstein asked 'sex slave' to be their surrogate as mystery surrounds 'madam's pregnancy'

GHISLAINE Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein allegedly asked a 15-year-old "sex slave" to be their pregnancy surrogate.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claims she was recruited into Epstein's sex trafficking ring by Maxwell when she was just a teen, said the two pressured her to not only be sexually abused by powerful men like Prince Andrew and Alan Dershowitz, but also was asked to help the couple deliver.

New unsealed documents detail the alleged abuse, including Giuffre's allegations.

Giuffre previously gave her testimony in 2016.

She claims that Maxwell and Epstein worked together as a team, trafficking her to numerous others after hiring her as a "masseuse," according to reports.

Giuffre also claimed that Maxwell was the one who trained her as a "sex slave" and subjected the girl, who was not yet 18, to mental and physical abuse.

But by the time she did turn 18, Giuffre claims Epstein lost interest in her.

That's when Epstein allegedly asked Giuffre to be the couple's surrogate.

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She claims to have been offered a mansion in return for the baby, which would've been raised by Maxwell.

Giuffre was able to escape instead of having to bear the child, ultimately fleeing to Australia where she now lives with her husband and children.

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She had been contacted by the FBI in 2011 and provided enough information for the probe into Epstein to be reopened.

Giuffre later filed a defamation lawsuit against Maxwell, which was settled for an undisclosed amount in 2017.


In addition to those claims, Giuffre also detailed the sexual encounters that frequently took place at Epstein's estate in the Virgin Islands, alleging that orgies were constantly taking place there.

Giuffre also mentioned a visit from former President Bill Clinton, who allegedly visited Epstein's Litle Saint James private residence.

According to her testimony, Clinton, Maxwell, and Epstein were joined by multiple young girls.


The documents also revealed emails between Maxwell and Epstein from as recently as 2015.

Epstein encouraged Maxwell to deny the allegations of abuse and wrongdoing, telling her she had "done nothing wrong," according to reports.

"Go to parties. Deal with it," Epstein wrote.

Maxwell was arrested July 2, 2020 at her New Hampshire residence.

She is charged with multiple felony accounts, including some human trafficking charges.

Her ongoing trial began November 29.

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