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New Rape Allegation Emerges Against Close Associate of Dead Sexual Predator Jeffrey Epstein

More women are coming forward against Jean-Luc Brunel, the French modeling recruiter tied to Epstein.

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A new woman has emerged to accuse late child predator Jeffrey Epstein’s long-time associate in the modeling industry, Jean-Luc Brunel, of sexual assault.

An unnamed Frenchwoman in her 20s emerged last week to levy new accusations against Brunel, as Epstein’s mysterious death has not stopped the flood gates from being opened against his network of predators.

The accusations are piling up against Brunel, as many women who worked for his Karin Models agency are now accusing him of sexual impropriety. Another woman, who worked for a different competing agency, is accusing him of date raping her over 30 years ago.

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The anonymous woman claimed that she went home with Brunel after a night of clubbing. He had tried to convince her to change modeling agencies throughout the night, although she resisted. When she went to Brunel’s home, she took a drink from him, and that is when he allegedly took advantage of her.

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“And then I don’t remember anything. He had drugged my drink,” she said. “The next thing I remember is waking up in his bed. He was beside me, and he was sleeping, and naked, and I was wondering how I got there.”

“I remember sliding out of the bed and doing everything to just not wake him up. I felt like it took me five minutes just to slide out of the bed. And then I crawled around on the floor and found my clothes and found my shoes and got out of the bedroom, went into the living room and got dressed,” she added.

Her friend Rafic, who she talked to after her alleged victimization by Brunel, corroborates her story.

“She was afraid, panicked,” he said to CBS News. “She was white, you know, like not even pale, she was white, and she had this expression which tells you everything. She was in total dire straits. I will never forget. It’s been a while, but you never forget the expression on your friend’s face when something like that happens.”

The alleged victim explained that she did not go to police because the of foreign setting as well as the norms of the time made her uncomfortable with doing so.

“Number one, I didn’t speak French,” she explained. “And I think it’s already difficult to talk about something like that in your own language. I couldn’t even imagine trying to speak to a police officer, probably a man, about what happened to me, and trying to explain it to him in what little French I was capable of speaking. So no, I didn’t go to the police. I just wanted to forget everything.”

Once she heard that Brunel had been intimately connected to the Epstein sexual abuse scandal, she felt the need to come forward with her story.

She said: “That’s when I said to myself, ‘I have to do something. I have to, because he can’t keep getting away with this.’ I had no idea that he was still doing the same thing. We’re in 2019, it happened to me in 1987, he’s been doing this for how many years?”

“He has to stop, this has to stop,” she added.

The most prominent Epstein victim, Virginia Giuffre, implicated Brunel in sexual abuse in civil court documents that were declassified to the public in August shortly before Epstein’s death:

Virginia Giuffre, a woman who claims she was kept captive and forced into sex slavery by Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell when she was a child, implicated former New Mexico Governor and Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson as one of the powerful men who victimized her.

Other men who she alleges abused her include former U.S. senator George Mitchell who once served as Bill Clinton’s Special Envoy for Northern Ireland, Prince Andrew of Great Britain, the late MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, influential financier Glenn Dubin, and modeling agency founder Jean-Luc Brunel…

She told Menninger about how she was sent as apart of Epstein’s child sex trafficking operation to Richardson, who served in the Clinton administration as energy secretary and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

“They instructed me to go to George Mitchell, Jean Luc Brunel, Bill Richardson, another prince that I don’t know his name. A guy that owns a hotel, a really large hotel chain, I can’t remember which hotel it was. Marvin Minksy,” she said.

Giuffre claims she was victimized by so many men that she could not possibly remember who they all were.

Menninger asked Giuffre: “Other than Glenn Dubin…Prince Andrew, Jean-Luc Brunel, Bill Richardson, another prince, the large hotel chain owner, and Marvin Minsky, is there anyone else that Ghislaine Maxwell directed you to go have sex with?”

“I am definitely sure there is,” Giuffre replied. “But can I remember everybody’s name? No…look I’ve given you what I know right now. I’m sorry. This is very hard for me and very frustrating to have to go over this. I don’t—I don’t recall all of the people. There was a large amount of people that I was sent to.”

Although Epstein is dead, that does not mean that his extensive network of elite sexual predators have been absolved of justice. The victims continue to come forward, and their accusations have more credibility than ever before.

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Lincoln Project Removes Founder John Weaver From Website Following Grooming, Abuse, Rape Accusations

Sweeping the filth under the rug.

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The Lincoln Project has erased any mention of its founder, John Weaver, from its official website, following mass allegations of grooming, sexual harassment and one allegation of rape earlier this week.

Weaver has been accused of grooming and sexually harassing several young men, who appear to be in the age range of 19 to 26.

Weaver’s biography page has been promptly removed from the Lincoln Project’s website.

Neither the neoconservative group or Weaver himself have addressed the allegations, which have been attested to several college-age men. Populist commentator Ryan Girdusky broke the news of allegations against Weaver earlier this week. Girdusky appeared on Fox News with Laura Ingraham  on Wednesday, with many speculating that the neocon group had to have known that Weaver was engaged in pervasive improper sexual conduct with young men.

Weaver had earlier established himself as a prominent Russiagate conspiracy theorist, only to go on and accept a lucrative lobbying contract from a Russian state-owned nuclear energy company. In doing so, Weaver registered as a foreign agent of the Russian government.

With mainstream media refusing to hold the alleged predator accountable and the cabal of middle-aged has-beens determined to sweep the accusations under the rug, it remains to be seen if Weaver will able to conveniently ignore the grooming, harassment and rape allegations.


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