WEST PALM BEACH — A new motion in the case of millionaire Palm Beach perv Jeffrey Epstein filed in federal court in West Palm Beach names British royal family’s Prince Andrew and famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz as two of the men who shared one of Epstein’s underage sex slaves, a Royal Palm Beach area girl who was then 15!
You won’t hear about this one in West Palm Beach’s media for a while longer!
The motion filed Tuesday is to allow two unidentified women to join a federal lawsuit originally filed by two other local women who claim the federal government violated their rights when it allowed Epstein to obtain an unsual no-prosecution agreement.
The agreement has been kept secret from the public, and it made the politically connected Epstein immune to federal prosecution.
Epstein entered a plea agreement in Palm Beach County in 2008 in connection with his hiring underage girls for sex in a dungeon in his Palm Beach mansion. He served 13 months in a county jail camp, registered as a sex offender in Florida and secretly paid millions to his victims.
Yet, had he not obtained the non-prosecution agreement, Epstein could have faced more than a decade in a federal penitentiary, maybe more since they may have been several dozen victims!
If Federal Judge Kenneth Marra signs off on this week’s motion, four women named Jane Doe 1, 2, 3 and 4 to protect their identity will be included in the lawsuit against the feds.
New victim Jane Doe 3 alleged sex crimes perpetrated from 1999 until 2002, starting when she was 15, according to the motion.
She claims Epstein ex-galpal, British heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, brought her to Epstein’s mansion in 1999, officially to perform erotic massages on Epstein.
Massages turned into three-way sex, the motion reads. And because Epstein became “enamored” with Doe 3, she became what amounted to Epstein’s full-time, paid sex slave.
According to the motion by Fort Lauderdale lawyer Brad Edwards, Doe 3 traveled all over the world to have sex with Wall Street prodigy Epstein — and his friends.
At times, he “lent” her to other men to “ingratiate himself to them for business, personal, political and financial gains as well as to obtain potential blackmail information,” the motion obtained by Gossip Extra reads.
Those men allegedly included Prince Andrew, who’s the son of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles‘ brother, and part-time Miami Beach resident Dershowitz, a Harvard Law School professor and defender of rich criminal suspects.
Dershowitz, by the way, helped Epstein negotiate his no-prosecution agreement in West Palm Beach.
Doe 3 says she had sex with the 76-year-old professor in Palm Beach, in New Mexico and Virgin Islands, where Epstein has properties, and on Epstein’s private jet. The motion claims Dershowitz crafted legal protection for himself in Epstein’s no-prosecution deal.
Doe 3 claims to have forced to have sex with Prince Andrew in London, New York and on Epstein’s property in the Virgin Islands, where Doe 3 accused Andrew of participating in orgies with her and other underage women.
As of today, that property is where Epstein is registered to be staying, according to Florida’s registry of sex offenders.
Epstein was a friend and campaign donor to former President Bill Clinton, and hangs in NYC with filmmaker Woody Allen. While the motion claims Doe 3 was coerced into having sex with American politicians and other powerful men, Clinton and Allen are not named in the motion.
Jane Doe 4’s circumstances spelled out in the motion do not include the names of the Doe 3 report.
Doe 4 says she, too, was living in the West Palm Beach suburbs and had no money when, at 16, when she received $300 to massage Epstein in his bedroom. They did perform sexual acts.
Prince Andrew, by the way, denies any wrongdoing.
“This relates to long-standing and ongoing civil proceedings in the United States, to which The Duke of York is not a party,” Buckingham Palace spokesperson Meryl Walter wrote in a statement. “As such we would not comment on the detail. However, for the avoidance of doubt, any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.”
Dershowitz vowed to go after lawyer Edwards’ law license.
“I’m planning to file disbarment charges against (the lawyer) who signed this petition without even checking the manifests of airplanes or travel itineraries, et cetera,” Dershowitz told Politico. “I’m also challenging the young woman and the lawyers to level those charges against me outside of the courtroom, so that I can sue them for defamation. Finally, I’m challenging the woman to file criminal charges against me because the filing of false criminal charges is a crime.”