Jennifer Araoz Accused Jeffrey Epstein Forcibly Abused Her When She Was 14 – Jennifer Araoz, new accuser has claimed that Jennifer was violently abused by multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein when she was just 15-years-old in 2002 inside his New York City townhouse.
Jennifer Araoz Accused Jeffrey Epstein Forcibly Abused Her When She Was 14:
Jennifer Araoz alleged during an interview with the “Today Show” that when she was just 14, a young woman called her outside her New York City high school.
Jennifer Araoz said the young woman showed up outside her school multiple times and even offered to buy her a soda or lunch nearby. “She was definitely trying to get to know me,” Araoz said.
The young woman began talking to Araoz about a man whom woman called “Jeffrey Epstein”. Araoz said him about her dream of becoming a Broadway actress and about her father, who had died of AIDS when she was 12.
What Jeffrey Epstein Did With Jennifer Araoz:
Jeffrey Epstein showed her a tour of his mansion, his “favorite room in the house,” Araoz told. A painting of a undressed young woman hung from the wall.
Epstein enjoyed pleasuring himself over a year by manipulating her to do massage him in return she got $300. Watch the whole interview here.
“I didn’t know if he would get angry or if I didn’t listen what the repercussions would have been,” Araoz said. “So I kind of just followed. I was so young, so I didn’t know better.”
In the fall of 2002, Epstein pressured her to do more which tended Forcibly Abused Jennifer Araoz. Eventually, when she had turned 15, Araoz said Epstein forced her during one of the massages and forced her to have physical with him.
“I was terrified, and I was telling him to stop. ‘Please stop,'” Araoz, now 32, added in an interview that aired Wednesday. “What hurts even more so is that if I wasn’t afraid to come forward sooner then maybe he wouldn’t have done it to other girls.
“I was really frightened of Epstein,” she told. “He knew a lot of powerful people and I didn’t know what he could do to me, and I wasn’t sure that anyone could protect me.”
“I feel really guilty. To this day I feel really guilty.”
“I kind of hated myself for it,” Araoz told. “I was like, ‘I’m stupid, I should have known better. I’m a bad kid.’ … I basically just tried to forget about it and live my life.”
“She was saying he’s very powerful, he’s very wealthy, he’s a great guy,” Jennifer Araoz recalled. “He’s almost like a fatherly figure to her, which had meaning for me at that time because I was maybe longing for that.”
“She was so anxious but I couldn’t figure out why,” Araoz’s mother told of her daughter’s behavior in 2002. “The anxiety got so bad that she couldn’t function, and I urged her to go to a doctor.”