Ghislaine Maxwell 'groped girl, 16, during naked massage while paedo Jeffrey Epstein watched', new book claims

GHISLAINE Maxwell allegedly groped a teen girl during a naked massage as Jeffrey Epstein watched, a new book has claimed.

Maxwell, 58, allegedly sexually assaulted 16-year-old Annie Farmer at paedo Epstein's 7,500-acre ranch in New Mexico.



Bradley Edwards, a lawyer for more than 20 of Epstein's alleged victims, has detailed Maxwell's alleged role in recruiting and procuring underage girls for the disgraced financier.

Some of the accounts in the book, which has been seen by The Mail on Sunday, have claimed Maxwell was involved in some of the alleged abuse herself.

The book is said to raise questions about why Maxwell has never been charged with any wrongdoing.

Maxwell, who has not been seen in months, has always strongly denied the allegations against her and has maintained they are untrue.

Ms Farmer, now 40, gave evidence about her ordeal as teenager during Epstein's bail hearing, which resulting in his bail request being denied.

Epstein was found dead in his jail cell aged 66 in August 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

Ms Farmer is now suing Epstein’s estate and Maxwell in the New York district court for damages.

Ms Farmer said in her testimony, which is detailed in the book, that she was flown to Epstein's vast Zorro Ranch after he offer to pay for her to go to a summer educational programme in Thailand.

The book reportedly sets out how Epstein and Maxwell took Ms Farmer shopping where they bought her her cowboy boots.

When Ms Farmer modelled them for the couple, she claims Epstein said she "deserved a massage".

Edwards writes of Ms Farmer's testimony: "She felt uncomfortable because Ghislaine made her get naked before covering her with a sheet.

Ms Farmer claims Maxwell then massaged her and at one point the socialite allegedly pulled the covers off, exposing her breasts and then massaged them.

She claims that when she stood up she realised Epstein has been watching the entire time.

In February, Maxwell was served with a lawsuit by email because accusers have not been able to track her down.

Judge Debra Freeman took a rare step in a federal Manhattan court by allowing Annie Farmer to email the complaint, which was filed in November, the New York Post reported.

Ms Farmer accused Maxwell to trafficking her from Arizona to Epstein's New Mexico ranching in 1996 where she claims she was sexually assaulted by Maxwell.

She also claims Maxwell pressured her to get naked and then "touched intimate parts" of Farmer’s body and "groped her", according to court documents.

Ms Farmer's lawyers complained in the New York court that they had been trying to serve Maxwell papers but have been unable to find her.

A legal source close to the case told The Mail on Sunday: "Maxwell appears to have disappeared off the face of the earth.

"She has proven impossible to find, which is extraordinary in this day and age when everyone has a cellphone. Justice will prevail and we will have our day in court."

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