By: Ronald Kotkin
One of the late Jeffery Epstein’s victims, Sarah Ransome claimed she tried to swim shark infested waters to escape “pedophile island” and made many other startling claims in a recent Telegraph interview.
Desperate Sarah Ransome claimed she made her dramatic escape bid after she was suffering multiple rapes on Little St James in the Caribbean, reports The Sun.
“I had been raped three times that day,” she said. “A shark would have been my best friend at that point. I didn’t even think about it–it was just, get me away.”
Ms Ransome told how she jumped on a quad bike to get away and planned to drive to a beach to swim to the safety of nearby St Thomas.
However, she told the Telegraph she was spotted by Epstein’s security cameras and intercepted in a bid to get her to return to Epstein’s luxury home.
Her interview with the Telegraph is very shocking but important.
In 2017, she filed a lawsuit against Epstein, his confidante Ghislaine Maxwell, and three others, claiming she was trafficked for sex over a period of seven months. Ms Maxwell denied the allegations and applied for a Motion to Dismiss the Claim. The case was eventually settled out of court.
“She found out everything about me very quickly. I was so broken; I was an open book. It was like: ‘there’s this amazing guy, a philanthropist, this wealthy guy, he’s amazing, he’s helped me so much, he’s helped me achieve my dreams, he can help you,’” Ransome told the Telegrapgh
Ms. Ransome–born in South Africa to British parents–revealed she was introduced to Epstein in 2006 after being approached by Maxwell in a New York nightclub.
Shortly after, she received an invitation for a flight on Epstein’s infamous private jet to go to his private island, now known as “pedo Island”
During the duration of the flight everyone had fallen asleep. But I am a complete insomniac on planes. And they started having full on, hardcore sex on the bed, one of the girls and Jeffrey,” she claims
“There was no privacy. They did it in front of everyone. And from the time I got onto the island that was when the abuse began.”, quoted in The Telegraph.
Ransome went on to become one of the key accusers who helped expose Epstein’s depravity before the 66-year-old killed himself last month in a Manhattan lockup while facing new sex-trafficking charges, The NY Post reported
Here are more excerpts from MS. Ransome’s interview with The Telegraph:
“They called me in, for the massages. The ‘massages’,” she said, making quotation marks in the air.
“There were some days I was raped three times a day. And then he would rape others.”
“In six months, I never saw him do a day’s work. I never saw him work. He was literally sexually abusing us all day long.”
The most important quote in the interview: “Jeffrey is one person in a whole spider web…. I met lots of Russians, Eastern Europeans. What about his life in Paris? You think there aren’t any 15-year olds in Paris who have been abused? Paris was a candy shop for him.”
So far, the “spiderweb” has yet to be investigated and since Epstein’s questionable suicide, the story in general is vanishing from the media. One must wonder how many important and well-known figures would be exposed if journalists continued to independently investigate Epstein and his guests to his island of perversion
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