Epstein accuser says she was kicked out on the street after she told peado financier she had severe eating disorder – The Sun
JEFFREY Epstein's accuser has said she was kicked out on the street after she told the peado financier she had a severe eating disorder.
Teala Davies was just 17 when she met Epstein in 2002 through her older sister and claims he groomed her to become completely dependent on him.
Davies, was working as a hairdresser in Los Angeles and says Epstein fostered her dreams of becoming a translator, according to the complaint filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court.
She claims Epstein arranged for her to study in Spain and convinced her to give up her apartment and job.
For the next two years, Epstein flew her around the world on his private jets and repeatedly raped and molested her at his homes in New York, Florida, the US Virgin Islands and Paris, according to court papers filed by the current mum-of-three.
The court documents allege: "After Teala’s semester in Madrid, she had no home and no job. Instead, Epstein brought her to live a nomadic lifestyle in his close orbit.
“Virtually every few days, Epstein would bring Teala to a different home of his, including his Manhattan townhouse and throughout the country, where he continued to sexually assault her on a frequent basis.”
After years of abuse, the woman felt “deep despair and isolation” and developed a “severe eating disorder” which she struggled with for six months before confiding in Epstein, the documents charge.
Within hours of Teala anxiously confessing to Epstein that she did not know why, but had a compulsive need to binge and purge, he threw her out
The filing read: “Instead, from the moment Epstein learned of Teala’s self-destructive behaviour, he immediately cast her out.
"Literally within hours of Teala anxiously confessing to Epstein that she did not know why, but had a compulsive need to binge and purge, he threw her out.”
“He instructed her to pack up her belongings and arranged for her to be flown to Arizona. But there was nothing left for her in Arizona.
"She still had no idea what had happened to her and felt it was all her fault.”
Davies, who currently lives in Arizona, sank into alcoholism after being abruptly cast out following two years of abuse at the hands of Epstein.
She says she is still struggling to put her life together nearly two decades later — feeling “constantly overwhelmed” and struggling to sleep, the suit alleges.
She is suing the convicted paedophile's estate for damages on counts of battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
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