Some other highlights from the article:
Epstein raped "Jane Doe" several times in front of her eight-year-old son.
Epstein forced her to undergo ------- surgery to market her as a virgin to a high-profile client. The procedure left her mutilated and permanently damaged.
Kept her passport for "safe-keeping" in his safe.
Was initially hired to cut Epstein's hair, but upon arrival was met by a naked Epstein who then brutally raped her.
When she called the police from Epstein's pad, she was met by two men who claimed to be police officers who threatened to arrest her for prostitution and take away her son.
Subsequently, this is when Epstein drove her to a body of water and threatened to feed her to the alligators...as he'd done so many times before.
"During the time that the assaults are alleged to have occurred, Epstein had hired a roster of powerful lawyers to help defend him against charges that he had molested and assaulted at least three dozen girls, most of them 14 to 16 years old, at his Palm Beach estate. While federal prosecutors prepared a 53-page indictment, Epstein's lawyers, including famed prosecutor turned defense lawyer Kenneth Starr, appealed to the Department of Justice in Washington, urging them to intervene in the South Florida case."
Jesus Christ. I wonder what Baylor University thinks of former chancellor Ken Starr now.