|Kiki, pictured in her modelling days, said that after the alleged assault she went back to Texas to be with her family, but was too afraid to tell anyone of her experience|
A woman who claims she was abused by billionaire pedophile Jeffery Epstein, has spoken of how he 'got off on her terror' during a sexual assault in his New York home.
Kiki, who chose to keep her real name anonymous, has recounted how she arrived in New York city from Texas at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming a model.
However, after being dropped by her modelling agency, she was struggling to pay rent and working part time in the Union Square cafe The Coffee Shop.
While working there she says she was approached by an attractive woman, offering her an 'opportunity', which would involve giving her wealthy 'client' a 30 minute massage for several hundred dollars.
She was told that this mystery man had ties to the fashion industry and was friends with supermodels, and was an attractive prospect for a young woman struggling for money.
Kiki recalls how in 2004 she was taken to Epstein's nine-storey mansion - the largest in New York - where the door was answered by a maid who could 'barely look me in the eye,' she told the Sun Online.
'I was super nervous,' Kiki said. 'Finally Jeffrey walks in with a towel wrapped around his body. I realised I didn't know where I was, I hadn't paid attention walking into the house.' She said she felt trapped after the maid closed the door.
Once she began giving Epstein a massage, she was soon told to take her clothes off.
This she did 'trembling' before 'he began to touch me, aggressively, and it quickly turned into an assault.
'I distinctly remember him smiling, enjoying the fact that he was doing this horrible thing to me, that obviously terrified me and was violating me - but he was somehow getting off on that,' she told the website.
She said that before the assault, she had never had a sexual experience, and that it had been her introduction to any kind of intimate experience.
Kiki recalls that afterwards, Epstein handed her $200, and she was let out by the maid, unable to comprehend what had happened to her.
She quickly called her mother 'bawling, in tears' and escaped New York back to Texas, where she suffered from mental health issues, and was too afraid to tell anyone of her experience.
That is until she heard the news of Epstein's arrest and women subsequently began sharing their stories. One story in particular, Kiki said, sounded exactly like her experience at the hands of Epstein, 15 years earlier.
'I thought it was just something that happened to me,' she said.
Kiki relives the assault in an up-coming documentary 'Surviving Jeffery Epstein' on C+I, in which she recalls that she was told to say she was 17 to please the billionaire at his £60m New York mansion, where Prince Andrew had also been a guest.
Epstein committed suicide in prison in 2019 after being arrested on multiple charges of sex trafficking.
His former girlfriend and madame Ghislaine Maxwell is currently on trial, accused of running the sex trafficking ring and for grooming the girls assaulted by Epstein - a charge she denies.
While her arrest was a 'huge victory', Kiki says that it won't undo the damage already done by her actions, and that while she may well end up in prison, Epstein's victim says Maxwell has still ruined 'hundreds - or maybe thousands' of lives.
Kiki is now calling on Prince Andrew to come forward and give evidence to the FBI about Epstein and Maxwell. The Prince has been accused of sleeping with 17-year-old 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts.
Questioning why Andrew - a father of two daughters himself - wouldn't have any empathy and come forward, Kiki says that he has tarnished the reputation of the British Royal Family, who she says have tried to keep him out of the public eye as much as they can since the allegations came to light.
Now 35, Kiki now wants to train to help others who have been victims of sexual abuse, but has spoken of how she feels cheated of justice by Epstein's suicide. She also wants to see his former associates held to account.
'The people that enabled him in doing these horrible things should be held accountable. Every time someone gets away with something like this, it disintegrates our moral fabric as a society,' she said.
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