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Ghislaine Maxwell, the British woman being sued by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers, visited an elementary school in Massachusetts in January to speak to a class about the ocean.
Maxwell has been accused of helping facilitate some of the child sex trafficking crimes the pedophile was accused of before his suicide last Saturday and DailyMail.com revealed she was living in Manchester-By-Sea while the billionaire was in jail from July 7 until his death.
Maxwell - Presentation - Rockport - Elementary - School
Now it is claimed Maxwell gave a presentation at Rockport Elementary School seven months ago and spoke to children about the ocean.
The woman was there on behalf of the TerraMar Project, which she established to help the environment and protect the ocean.
Maxwell - Educator - Module - Ocean
Maxwell was invited by an educator who was teaching a module on the ocean.
But Superintendent Rob Liebow told the Boston Globe about her connection to Epstein: 'We had no knowledge.'
Wednesday - Jennifer - Araoz - Woman - Epstein
On Wednesday, 32-year-old Jennifer Araoz became the first known woman to sue Epstein's estate, claiming the financier sexually abused her when she was 14 years old.
Araoz said she was 'recruited' outside Talent Unlimited High School by a woman who offered to buy Araoz meals and got her to slowly open up about her family and the death of her father just two years prior from an AIDs-related illness, according to court documents.
Epstein - Home - End - Visit - Cash
She was eventually convinced to visit Epstein at his home. At the end of each visit, she was given $300 in cash.
Araoz claims during one visit, she was asked to strip down to her underwear and give Epstein massages while he masturbated.
Massages - Abuse - Year - Epstein - Age
The massages and sexual abuse became more depraved and continued for a year until Epstein allegedly raped her in 2002 at age 15.
That lawsuit was made possible under the Child Victims Act, a New York state law that opens a one-year window to sue...
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