She/Her Raped Twice!
United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman speaks during a news conference about the arrest of American financier Jeffrey Epstein in New York, US, 08 July 2019. EFE/EPA/JASON SZENES

She/Her Raped Twice!


New York, June 3 (EFE).-

An alleged victim of sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein has filed a rape complaint against Henry Jarecki, a prominent American psychiatrist and entrepreneur whom she approached after Epstein recommended his services.

The woman, whose name remains unknown, filed the lawsuit in a Manhattan (New York) court on Monday, alleging that Jarecki (now 91 years old) raped her repeatedly from 2011 to 2014, US media reported.

Epstein allegedly referred several young women to Jarecki (one of the most influential men in the US gold market in the 1980s as president of Mocatta Metals) so that the psychiatrist could “treat” them confidentially and prevent his sexual assaults from coming to light, also allowing Jarecki to assault them.

“Jarecki also understood that the females Epstein was sending were under Epstein’s control and Jarecki could himself attempt to sexually abuse them without risk of being reported,” states the suit, first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

Identified as “Jane Doe 11,” the woman also claims that Jarecki, co-founder of Moviefone (a leading company in phone ticket sales for events), consumed invigorating pills to increase his sexual desire and invited “other guys over” and forced “Jane Doe 11 to have sex with these other men in front of him, which he did on numerous occasions.”

The suit seeks unspecified compensation for rape, sexual trafficking, and causing emotional distress.

The plaintiff’s defense is the American law firm Edwards Henderson, which in 2023 reached a 290 million dollar settlement with JPMorgan Chase after Epstein’s victims accused the financial institution of facilitating the economic operations the magnate used to profit from sex trafficking.

Jarecki is an adjunct professor of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. He won the 2023 Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental Health from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.

Epstein committed suicide in August 2019, at the age of 66, in a federal prison in New York, a month after being arrested on charges of child sex trafficking. EFE


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