One of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking survivors has revealed her 17-year-old sister was allegedly lured and assaulted by disgraced Hollywood film mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Chauntae Davies, while discussing her experience at the hands of late paedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, revealed that she felt guilty after introducing her sister to the convicted sex offender and his then-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.
Davies was hired by Epstein at the age of 21, to travel round the world with him as a ‘professional masseuse’ but was repeatedly assaulted by him. She says the celebrities they usually traveled with were completely unaware of her abuse.
This included a trip to Africa with Kevin Spacey, Bill Clinton and Chris Tucker, where Davies says she wasn’t touched at all by Epstein or his pals for the entire trip. But as soon as the trip was over the abuse started again.
According to Davies, her sister was sent to school by Epstein in order to achieve her dream of being a translator but got abused at Epstein’s apartment in Paris by his close friend, Harvey Weinstein.
Davies explained: ‘There was an altercation that took place in Jeffrey’s Paris apartment with Harvey Weinstein. My sister came running from the room freaked out at whatever he said and did in there.’
‘Immediately Harvey Weinstein’s assistant got involved, trying to remedy the situation by sending flowers and apology notes,’ they added. ‘Jeffrey and Harvey are both very disgusting people who use their power to manipulate abuse.’
Davies said her sister, (names withheld) eventually gave her the courage to tell Epstein she was resigning.