By Danny C. | DCPeriodical | 12/11/19 |
Virginia Roberts Giuffre was 16 when socialite and UN presenter Ghislaine Maxwell recruited her out of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort to become a sex-slave of Jeffrey Epstein.
According to Giuffre, as one of Epstein’s underage slaves, she was not only sexually abused daily by Epstein himself, but was passed around to his rich and powerful friends, such as Prince Andrew of Windsor, over a number of years.
Giuffre has been the most outspoken of all of Epstein’s victims that have forward. In fact, it was Giuffre that ABC News host Amy Robach was caught on a hot mic saying she interviewed three years ago, only to have ABC bury the story while Epstein walked as a free man.
Yesterday Giuffre had social media buzzing after she released a tweet stating that if she dies, she wants everyone to know she wasn’t suicide.
Today, only a few hours ago, she followed up by tweeting out more alarming information, this time saying she has been informed by the FBI that she is in serious danger of being murdered.
As nobody seems to have bought the official findings that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his cell at a time when all cameras around him malfunctioned and the guards watching him both fell asleep — including a coroner who witnessed the autopsy — it’s safe to say that Giuffre is at serious risk. She has named several extremely powerful people as being abusers, including royalty, and still holds the names of many others not yet released due to her ongoing legal proceedings.
The woman who recruited Giuffre, Ghislaine Maxwell, who at one time ordered her to have Epstein’s child and give it to him and Maxwell as their own — she escaped right before this took place — is still on the run, though it has been reported that she keeps constant contact with Prince Andrew.
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