Report: Epstein’s Procurer Of Children Met At Least One Child At Mar-A-Lago

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Virginia Roberts Giuffre claims that Jeffrey Epstein's alleged "madam" recruited her when she worked at Mar-a-Lago.

Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre has claimed in court documents that she was recruited into the late financier’s sex trafficking ring while working at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, according to Business Insider.

Giuffre said she was 16 years old and working as a locker room attendant at the club in 1999 when Ghislaine Maxwell approached her and “convinced her to give Epstein massages at his Palm Beach residence.” This was the beginning of years of sexual abuse at the hands of Epstein and his powerful friends, Giuffre claims.

Epstein was a guest at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club on more than one occasion, despite the president’s attorney’s prior statement that he and the convicted sex offender were not friends and "did not socialize together."

Photographic evidence disputes that claim, as photos have emerged of the two men socializing together at Trump’s club in the late 1990s and early 2000s, along with video of Trump and Epstein at a party with plenty of “beautiful women.”

Trump is also listed in Epstein’s “black book” with 14 phone numbers, Business Insider reported. Alfredo Rodriguez, Epstein’s former house manager, attempted to illegally sell the book in 2006, and it later became part of court proceedings related to Giuffre’s lawsuit.

Rodriguez “circled entries that he claimed were the ‘Holy Grail’ to cracking Epstein's operation, and Trump was one of the names circled,” according to Business Insider.

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