Priscilla Doe lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein alleges Ghislaine Maxwell training victims proper oral sex etiquette for billionaire pedophile.
A recently deceased billionaire pedophile’s British socialite madam is alleged to have taught victims ‘the proper way’ to perform oral sex in accordance as to how the disgraced financier liked it, according to a newly filed lawsuit.
Ghislaine Maxwell according to the suit allegedly gave the victim, Priscilla Doe, a ‘step-by-step’ tutorial during a meeting at the convicted pedophile’s island, Little St. James, in 2006, according to Priscilla’s lawsuit filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court.
Maxwell, Epstein’s gal pal and alleged madam, and at one point former lover- used her own hands ‘to demonstrate how to pleasure Jeffrey Epstein manually so that plaintiff would know exactly how to make Jeffrey Epstein happy,’ the complaint said as cited by the nypost.
Maxwell is alleged to have provided other graphic advice on ‘stimulation’ and ‘pressure’ — and eventually made sure that Priscilla and other young women were ‘constantly on call to sexually service’ Epstein, according to the filing.
But there’s more.
Would stop to make business calls on the verge of climaxing:
Priscilla — who was a 20-year-old dancer when she was ‘recruited’ as one of Epstein’s personal masseuses in 2006 — during one trip was forced into having sex with another woman, identified as ‘Associate 2,’ during which she was choked by Epstein, the suit said.
Other debauched acts included Epstein being ‘on the verge of ejaculating and would stop in order to make a phone call, at times saying that nearing sexual climax evoked certain important thoughts in Jeffrey Epstein’s mind.’
‘Jeffrey Epstein would then take or initiate up to four business calls during any particular sexual massage,’ Priscilla alleged.
Priscilla claimed she was forced to give some of Epstein’s ‘powerful friends’ massages — during which she was sexually abused — but did not identify any by name.
Of note, Priscilla was one of three alleged victims to file suit against Epstein’s estate and a slew of others on Tuesday reported reuters.
The lawsuits bring to at least five the total number of civil cases against Epstein’s estate since his apparent suicide in jail on Aug. 10.