10 August 2019 14:46
A 15-year-old Swedish girl was allegedly confined to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's private island and kept there as a sex slave, it has been claimed in newly unsealed court documents. The horrific allegations were made by a butler who worked for hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin. During a 2016 deposition which was revealed publicly for the first time on Friday, the butler, Rinaldo Rizzo, tearfully described seeing a 15-year-old girl in his boss's kitchen in 2005. Rizzo testified in the deposition that the girl was brought to the home by Andersson-Dubin, a former Miss Sweden who once dated Epstein. A butler who worked for hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin and his wife, Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, testified in court that Andersson-Dubin once brought a 15-year-old Swedish girl to their house.
The girl allegedly told the butler, Rinaldo Rizzo, that she was a 'sex slave' for Jeffrey Epstein 'She sat down and sat in the stool exactly the way the girls that I mentioned to you sat at Jeffrey's house, with no expression and with their head down,' Rizzo testified. According to Rizzo, he introduced himself and his wife to the teen after Andersson-Dubin stepped out of the kitchen for a few moments. Rizzo testified that at this point he and his wife tried to console the young girl. The Dubins are friends with Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy pedophile who has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking girls as young as 14 years old. 'She proceeded to tell my wife and I… "I was on the island and there was Ghislaine, and there was Sarah," and she said, "They asked me for sex.
'Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations in the unsealed court records, which are demonstrably false and defamatory,' a spokesperson for the family told The Daily Beast on Friday. The 15-year-old Swedish girl allegedly told Rizzo that she was held against her will on Epstein's island in the U.S. Virgin Islands after she refused pressure to have sex with men Before marrying Glenn Dubin, Eva Andersson dated Epstein. After Epstein was arrested for sex trafficking, Andersson-Dubin released a statement to The New York Times saying that the allegations 'are completely counter to the person she is familiar with.' Newly unsealed court documents in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal contain testimony from an ex-employee of New York City power couple Glenn Dubin and Eva Andersson-Dubin about a "distraught" Swedish teen's claim that she was pressured to have sex on the pedophile financier's private island. Rinaldo Rizzo, a former house manager for the Dubins, was in tears as he described his 2005 encounter with the 15-year-old girl in his employers' kitchen, according to excerpts of a 2016 deposition made public for the first time on Friday. The butler said that as the girl sat on a stool at a long counter—where she was brought by Andersson-Dubin, an ex-girlfriend of Epstein—she reminded him of other girls he had seen at Epstein's home. "She sat down and sat in the stool exactly the way the girls that I mentioned to you sat at Jeffrey's house, with no expression and with their head down," Rizzo testified. Rizzo said that after Andersson-Dubin left the kitchen, he introduced himself and his wife to the teen. "She proceeded to tell my wife and I… 'I was on the island and there was Ghislaine, and there was Sarah,' and she said, 'They asked me for sex. "And at that point, she said she was threatened," Rizzo testified. Epstein was arrested last month and charged with sex-trafficking, accusing of recruiting dozens of underage girls to his homes in New York and Miami. Those documents also revealed that Giuffre—who claims she was Epstein and Maxwell's "sex slave"—had accused Glenn Dubin of being part of Epstein's sex-trafficking ring, which he denies. "Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations in the unsealed court records, which are demonstrably false and defamatory. Andersson-Dubin, a former Miss Sweden and Ford model—now a philanthropist and doctor—told The New York Times right after Epstein's arrest that she was shocked by the sex trafficking allegations against her ex-boyfriend and they were "completely counter to the person she is familiar with." In a separate statement, the billionaire couple declared, "The Dubins are horrified by the new allegations against Jeffrey Epstein... A statement attached to the 2013 tax form shows the Celina Dubin group terminated on Feb. 28, 2013, and that $22,413 would be returned to Epstein since it had not been used, per the agreement between Andersson-Dubin's and Epstein's charities. Newly unsealed court documents contain a slew of horrifying allegations against the billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and those in his inner circle, including claims that a 15-year-old Swedish girl was essentially held hostage on his private island, and that friends of Epstein's had taken her passport and phone, and demanded sex from her. As part of the case, Giuffre's legal team cited testimony from Rinaldo Rizzo, a former house manager for one of Epstein and Mexwell's friends, Eva Andersson-Dubin. Per the document, Rizzo testified "through tears" in a deposition that he had once seen Maxwell "bring a 15-year-old Swedish girl to Dubin's house" while he was working there. (A spokesperson for the Dubins denies the allegations in the unsealed filing, calling them "demonstrably false.") Andersson-Dubin is the wife of hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin, and is Swedish herself, a former model and now a well-known doctor, who supposedly dated Epstein before marrying her husband. Rizzo said that the underage girl blurted out quickly to him and his wife, who was present, "I was on an island, I was on the island and there was Ghislaine, there was Sarah [Kellen, Epstein's former assistant who allegedly kept a Rolodex of young girls for him] … They asked me for sex, I said no … I was on the island, I don't know how I got from the island to here. Rizzo said that she repeated that before she arrived at Dubin's home, "she was threatened again by Jeffrey and Ghislaine not to talk about what I had mentioned earlier, about — again, the word she used was sex." Reports have claimed that girls as young as 12 were brought to the island for sex with Epstein. In response to Epstein's arrest last month, the Dubins released a statement through a representative saying they were "horrified by the new allegations against Jeffrey Epstein. Had they been aware of the vile and unspeakable conduct described in these new allegations, they would have cut off all ties and certainly never have allowed their children to be in his presence." Additionally, their spokesperson told the Cut, regarding today's document release, "Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations in the unsealed court records, which are demonstrably false and defamatory.