PAEDO Jeffrey Epstein raped a 13-year-old girl after hiring her to work as a babysitter even though there were no kids at his home, according to a new lawsuit.
She claims she was sexually assaulted after being given drink and drugs by the shamed tycoon at a luxurious holiday rental in Hilton Head, South Carolina in 1984.
The woman-identified as Jane Doe 4 in legal documents- claims a pattern of “abuse and assault” then continued for several years when Epstein visited the area during the summer.
The lawsuit alleges Epstein later took her to New York to “essentially offer her up as fresh meat" to wealthy men at several "intimate" gatherings.
Another man, who is not identified in the documents, allegedly slapped and raped her, reports NBC News.
The alleged victim is one of two new women to sue the estate of "sex trafficker" Epstein as part of a $ 100m lawsuit.
They say he abused them decades ago in New York City and South Carolina, according to a complaint filed in the Southern District of New York.
In the court documents, the other woman-identified as Jane Doe 3-said she was 15 when she met Epstein after a casting call for a modelling agency in 1990 in New York City.
The agency's president sent her to a home on the Upper East Side, where Epstein allegedly posed as a fashion photographer and told her to undress, the suit states.
He is accused of then photographing her naked and assaulting her, according to the documents.
The two suits are among the five lawyer Lisa Bloom has either filed or is planning to file against the executors of Epstein's estate.
Nine other women sued Epstein earlier this month , saying he had “sexually battered, assaulted and abused” them at his homes in New York, Palm Beach, Florida, New Mexico and the US Virgin Islands.
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Epstein, 66, was arrested July 6 on accusations of trafficking and abusing dozens of girls in the early 2000s.
He pleaded not guilty and died after apparently taking his own life in custody at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan.
A lawyer representing Epstein's estate, Bennet Moskowitz, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the latest claims.