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Jeffrey Epstein accuser Jennifer Araoz sued Ghislaine Maxwell on Monday for helping the dead pedophile recruit her as a sex slave at the age of 14.

The lawsuit filed in a Manhattan Supreme court, under the Child Victims Act, alleges that Maxwell used Epstein’s wealth and power as a method to recruit her and other female victims.

“Ms. Maxwell fulfilled Epstein’s compulsive need for sex with young females by preying on their personal, psychological, financial, and related vulnerabilities,” states Araoz in the court papers.

The 32-year-old alleges that Maxwell provided “organizational support to Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, identifying and hiring the recruiters of underage girls for Epstein’s sexual pleasure.”

Jennifer Araoz (center) leaves court today.Gregory P. Mango

Maxwell also scheduled “massage” appointments for Epstein with the girls.

As a result of Maxwell conspiring with Epstein, Araoz claims she has suffered from: “physical injury, pain, emotional distress, psychological trauma, mental anguish, humiliation, embarrassment, loss of self-esteem, loss of dignity, invasion of her privacy and a loss of her capacity to enjoy life.”

Araoz had been the first person to sue Epstein’s estate under New York’s Child Victims Act, in July 2019 –which was eventually tossed out after he died.

In August 2019, she sued Epstein’s estate, Maxwell, and three unnamed female household staff members. The lawsuit is still active.

“I am once again able to take another breath as Ghislaine Maxwell will be in jail until at least her trial date next July,” Aroaz said after she was denied bail.

“Knowing that she is incarcerated for the foreseeable future allows me, and my fellow survivors, to have faith that we are on the right path.”

Lawyers for Araoz did not immediately return requests for comment.


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