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Epstein Accuser Sues Famous Psychiatrist for ‘Depraved’ Sexual Abuse

A victim of Jeffrey Epstein is suing a licensed psychiatrist who worked for the late sex trafficker and allegedly “treated” his victims, claiming the wealthy doctor controlled and raped her for years, new legal documents reveal.

The lawsuit filed by an anonymous victim accuses 91-year-old Henry Jarecki of participating in Epstein’s sex ring and of sexually abusing the creepy financier’s victims himself.

The details in Jane Doe 11’s lawsuit paint a distorted picture of an aging doctor who controlled a young foreign model and forced her to have sex with other men — and repeatedly assaulted her between 2011 and 2014.

“As Jarecki matured, his sexual desires were frequent and depraved,” the complaint said, adding that the psychiatrist showed Doe “pills that he said were testosterone pills that kept his sex drive on par with that of a 25-year-old .”

“As Jane Doe 11 began to show increased signs of depression and stress, Jarecki increased the sexual torture and control over her,” the complaint alleges.

Doe’s complaint alleges Jarecki raped her dozens of times in New York and smuggled her to his private Caribbean island.

This was said by the doctor’s lawyer, Sarita Kedia Wall Street Journal Doe’s claims “will prove to be completely false and baseless” and that “Dr. Jarecki has never engaged in any abuse toward the complainant or any other person.”

Kedia shared the same statement with The Daily Beast, ignoring questions about Jarecki’s travel on Epstein’s private jet.

“We are proud of our client’s courage and courage in filing this lawsuit,” Sigrid McCawley, who represents Doe, said in a statement to The Daily Beast.

Brad Edwards, another attorney for Doe, told the log that he hoped more women would come forward with information about Jarecki: “Justice is only achieved through courage and the cooperation of survivors and witnesses.”

Flight records reviewed by The Daily Beast show that Jarecki traveled on Epstein’s plane from New Jersey to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in March 2001 — a trip that included AI pioneer Marvin Minsky, whom Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre has accused of sexual abuse.

That trip also included a “GM” and “VR,” presumably referring to Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell and Virginia Roberts. Days later, the group traveled to West Palm Beach.

In June 2002, Jarecki accompanied Epstein’s entourage on a trip from New York to Paris. Other passengers included French hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai and his son, French model scout Jean-Luc Brunel (also accused of abusing Epstein victims), and Jarecki and his filmmaker son, Nicholas Jarecki.

According to the lawsuit, Jarecki is a wealthy entrepreneur and longtime friend and confidant of Epstein who shared a mutual “interest in the exploitation and sexual abuse of young women.” The psychiatrist, the filing adds, regularly visited Epstein’s Manhattan mansion and traveled on his private plane.

One profile from 2014 in the Register Nieuw Haven multi-hyphenated the German-born doctor’s fortunes, describing him as “a Broadway film and theater producer, Caribbean resort operator, environmentalist and philanthropist.”

The newspaper noted that Jarecki and his wife own two islands in the British Virgin Islands and have developed one of them, Guana, into a nature reserve and resort. Jarecki, who made millions trading metals, also co-founded MovieFone with his son Andrew before selling it to AOL for $388 million in 1999.

Doe’s lawsuit marks the first time anyone has publicly accused Jarecki of wrongdoing in connection with Epstein’s scheme.

Jarecki “needed to serve Epstein’s purposes over clients to avoid unwanted attention to Epstein’s sexual abuse of these young women,” the indictment alleges.

“Jarecki also understood that the women Epstein sent were under Epstein’s control and that Jarecki himself could attempt to sexually abuse them without the risk of being reported,” the filing states, adding that some women were particularly vulnerable because of their work or immigration status.

Doe came to the US around 2010 “through a well-known modeling agency” and attempted to obtain a work visa. Another model sent her to Epstein, claiming he had connections to industry models and could help her career and immigration problems.

“Within days, Jane met Doe Epstein at his Upper East Side mansion, where he promised to help her with her modeling career, acting, and even pay for college, as long as she listened to him and followed his express instructions. instructions,” the lawsuit states. “Almost immediately, Epstein began sexually abusing Jane Doe 11 and subsequently controlling her life.”

Shortly afterwards, Epstein arranged for Doe to see Jarecki, who was about 78 years old at the time.

Doe’s lawsuit alleges that the doctor instructed her to write down “every negative thing that ever happened to her” and keep a paper copy – information he would later use to control her.

“During this initial consultation, Jarecki told Jane Doe 11 that he had something that would immediately make her happy,” the file states. “However, instead of prescribing her medication, Jarecki handed her an expensive wristwatch.”

Jarecki, the indictment says, pressured Doe to take a tour of his home, then raped her after luring her to his bedroom.

Doe believed Epstein had “absolute power and control over her life and liberty” in the US, and after she informed the money manager about what Jarecki had done, he allegedly ordered her to continue seeing the psychiatrist.

At their next meeting, the complaint says, Jarecki claimed he could save her from Epstein and that she should have a “commercial relationship” with him.

Jarecki then began sexually abusing and trafficking Doe, the lawsuit states, giving her gifts and promising to buy her an apartment “as long as she behaved.”

He would have arranged for Doe to move into an apartment in Gramercy Park and be attended to at his beck and call – otherwise he would be punished. Doe “felt and believed that she was under constant surveillance by Jarecki,” the complaint alleges.

The psychiatrist, Doe claims, apparently accessed the building’s cameras to monitor her movements and gave her a bedtime of 10 p.m. If he saw her light on, Jarecki would call her and demand that she go to sleep.

Jarecki would force Doe to have sex, the lawsuit alleges, and if she tried to resist his orders, he would remind her that her apartment’s rent was $5,700.

Eventually, Jarecki would force Doe to have sex with other men in front of him.

He also allegedly warned her – in the presence of his own wife, Gloria – that she would have to have a threesome with him and another young woman.

“If you give me a hard time and refuse to be with an ugly old man, I will send you back to Epstein so he can send you to more ugly old men, and you won’t be able to do anything about it with your partner. immigration issues,” Jarecki Doe warned.

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