New Epstein accusers come forward with harrowing tales of lurid behavior

The FBI earlier this week asked anyone with any information pertaining to their investigation of Jeffrey Epstein to come forward, and their plea has apparently worked.

Epstein, the well-connected financier who has now been twice arrested on charges stemming from pedophilia and child sex trafficking, is currently incarcerated while authorities begin the long and arduous process of manufacturing true justice.  During this time, and given Epstein’s proclivity for such horrific behavior, the FBI very publicly asked for any further victims of Epstein’s to come forward with information that could help keep this dangerous predator behind bars.

One brave woman has come forward in the wake of this call for information, and the story she has to tell is indicative of just how truly deplorable Epstein’s behavior has been.

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A New York City woman alleged in a Wednesday interview that Jeffrey Epstein — the politically connected financier who pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking this week — “forcefully raped” her when she was 15 years old.

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Jennifer Araoz, now 32, said she met Epstein, 66, as a teenager in New York City in 2001, after a woman approached her outside of her high school and told her about a kind, wealthy man — who Araoz said turned out to be Epstein.

“He raped me, forcefully raped me,” Araoz told NBC News in an interview published Wednesday. “I was terrified, and I was telling him to stop. ‘Please stop.'”

She added Epstein “knew exactly what he was doing.”

The wealthy and politically savvy Epstein was arrested for charges stemming from similar behavior 15 years ago, but ultimately only served 13 months of mostly work-release thanks to a plea deal arranged by current Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta who, at that time, was an attorney in Florida.

There have been numerous calls for Acosta to resign in the wake of Epstein’s latest arrest.

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