A new prosecutor from Jeffrey Epstein who spoke in court for the first time on Tuesday about how the late pedophile raped her, told how she was presented to him by Ghislaine Maxwell, who, according to her & # 39; caring and confusing & # 39; used to be.
Chauntae Davies, who worked on Epstien & # 39; s & # 39; Lolita express & # 39; private jet and also performed massages on him, was one of the dozens of women who spoke Tuesday in the Manhattan court about how he abused them.
She appeared on Wednesday CBS This morning to reveal more details about how she got into Epstein's job.
They were introduced, she said, by Ghislaine Maxwell, the famous & # 39; Mrs. & # 39; and long-term friend of Epstein, who met Davies through a massage guru.
Davies claimed that the first time she met Epstein to give him a massage, he masturbated for her. She was shocked but went back to continue working for him, she said, partly because of the support she received from Ghislaine.
Chauntae Davies appeared on CBS this morning to tell how Epstein abused her after she was introduced to him by Ghislaine Maxwell
Davies said she was introduced to Epstein by Ghislaine Maxwell, anyway. Maxwell & # 39; felt for the situation & # 39; when he masturbated for her, she said, and convinced her to continue working, claiming it wouldn't happen again
& # 39; The first meeting I had with him, he masturbated for me.
& # 39; That alone should have been enough to never come back, but the way they could orchestrate and manipulate the situation made me believe that something like that would not happen again, so I went back & she said & # 39; .
She further said that she thought Maxwell really took care of her & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It is very confusing with Ghislaine because she is someone I really believed he cared for.
& # 39; The way she approached the situation was that she felt for the situation I was in. I was young and struggling and didn't have such a privileged background. She seemed to want to help my life better and was even personally in charge.
It is very confusing with Ghislaine because she is someone I believed she really cared for me … She seemed to want to help my life better and was even personally in charge.
"There were a few agreements between that first meeting and when it happened that made me believe it wouldn't happen again," she said.
She continued to work for Epstein for several years. The third or fourth time they met, she says he raped her.
She was too scared to report him or leave, because, he claims, both he and Maxwell & # 39; clearly & # 39; had made how powerful he was.
& # 39; Immediately the power this man had was very clear. He made it very clear, Ghislaine made it very clear, he had powerful figures photographed throughout his stay.
& # 39; Even on one of the first journeys, they somehow received a passport that I didn't initially have. They just had one for me, & she said.
During her years working for him, she said he sent her to culinary school and used the guise of education to mask the abuse & # 39 ;.
& # 39; He made it very confusing because he would disguise the abuse with education, trips to a bookstore and pick the books you want – some girls have experiences with lush shopping trips, but in my experience it was education based.
Davies also claimed that she had gone shopping with Bill Clinton in Africa for a bracelet for his daughter Chelsea on a trip funded by Epstein
Davies gave an interview to Inside Edition in 2015 about the lurid behavior she saw on Epstein & # 39; s jet when accusations about the financier emerged. At the time, she claimed she was not one of Epstein & # 39; s victims
& # 39; But he sent me to the culinary school, he sent my sister to school – she studied abroad to become a translator in Spain. It was therefore very much masked by various things that he would just throw away. & # 39;
Davies did not give any details about when she stopped working for him. She gave an interview in 2015 to say that she had witnessed young girls being taken around by plane, but said she was not a victim at the time.
Like Epstein's lawyers, she says she has questions about how he died.
Davies said she believes he was too arrogant to kill himself and thought he would sue the human trafficking he faced, & # 39; defeat & # 39 ;.
Chauntae Davies will be released from court on Tuesday after she first mentioned herself as one of Epstein's rape victims
Two days before Epstein's suicide, he signed a will and testament with the name of his brother Mark as his sole heir.
Many have interpreted it as a sure sign that he intended to kill himself.
But Davies believes it was part of a plan to disappear once he was released from prison.
& # 39; I am absolutely suspicious. I'm going back and forth. A part of me thinks: "OK, so he signed that two days earlier", so that is clearly a red flag that he intended to commit suicide, but I feel that his ego was so big and he was so manipulative and so intelligent and I really believe that he still thought he would come out.
& # 39; And I think he signed that because he thought he would step out and disappear. Like hiding that money and disappearing. It's hard to put my brain around him because he doesn't see it himself, & she said.
Now that he is dead, she is afraid she may never know how justice feels & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I don't know what justice looks like now. I asked myself that while trying to fall asleep last night, I don't know what it is, I just know we don't have it yet, & she said.
Ghislaine Maxwell has been mentioned by dozens of Epstein accusers as a co-conspirator or buyer of victims.
Before the financier's death, she was mentioned in court cases for facilitating alleged abuse.
She has always denied misconduct and has never been arrested or charged.
The socialite born in Great Britain has remained unremarkable in recent years.
During Tuesday's dramatic court session, 16 women stood up to tell how Epstein had influenced their lives.
Statements were read by lawyers on behalf of another seven women.
Their stories were shocking. Some said they were molested for hours when they were 15 and told by Epstein that he helped them grow & # 39;
The judge had invited them to speak before the prosecutors would close the case against him in the light of his death.
Many of the women have now brought legal proceedings against the Epstein estate. They also urge prosecutors to continue investigating his life and to bring charges against someone else who may have been involved in sexual abuse.
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