An unnamed woman has come forward alleging that she was drugged and raped by the now-deceased convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and his socialite associate Ghislaine Maxwell. When the abuse began in 1991 in Florida, the victim says she was only 14. The woman said the repeated sexual assaults stopped when she was 16, and after she became pregnant, Epstein forced her to have an abortion.
“I had never been with anyone except for him,” the woman said in an interview with Fox News, referring to Epstein. “The fact that I had to kill my child really affected me and my family.”
After the abortion, the woman claimed that she was then gang-raped. The violent assault was meant to serve as a punishment because there were suspicions that the woman had told her grandparents about having to abort her child.
“Ghislaine was a part of it and Jeffrey Epstein was a part of it and I was drugged, gang raped and left on the lawn and they put a gun to me,” she recalled. “The man that drove me home said I would never, I would never come back alive if I spoke about it.”
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“I basically kind of vanished” after the rape, the anonymous woman explained, adding that she dropped out of high school because her grandfather put her into hiding. “Ms. Maxwell was a participant, and she made it very clear that I was to keep my mouth shut or harm would come to my family and myself and harm did come to me.”
Unfortunately, abortion has been a powerful tool for immoral men to use against women. And far too often, the abortion industry covers for them. While this woman did not say where she had the abortion, there is no indication that the abortino business reported the abuse of a minor to authorities. It seems that exploiting sex trafficking victims is something Epstein had in common with the abortion industry.
Live Action’s multiple undercover investigations into Planned Parenthood have revealed a systemic effort to cover up instances of sexual abuse taking place at its facilities across the country. In most of the locations where Lila Rose and her team went undercover, the Planned Parenthood employees were willing to either cover up the abuse, or provide Rose with instructions about how to circumvent parental consent laws.
Some facilities also coached Rose about what she needed to say in order to prevent her abuser from getting in trouble. As part of her undercover investigation, Rose posed as a 13-year-old girl with a boyfriend who was 31. This is a clear case of statutory rape, but the abortion facilities Rose visited refused to comply with mandatory reporting laws.
These cases are disturbing, and there are plenty more just like them. Sexual abuse victims deserve protection, and it’s time for abortion businesses to be held accountable for engaging in these cover ups.
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