Carolyn, who is going by only her first name instead of a pseudonym, testified that she was introduced to Jeffrey Epstein Virginia Roberts when she was 14 years old and went to Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion where she gave him a massage.
Carolyn said she was met by Maxwell at the door.
‘Maxwell came in and felt my boobs,’ Carolyn said. ‘She told me that I had a great body for Mr. Epstein and his friends.’
She added that Maxwell ‘took pictures of me nude’ and also photographed ‘the stuff with Epstein.’
Becoming emotional, Carolyn said that Maxwell ‘took off her clothes’ and Carolyn left her bra and underwear on. Carolyn said Virginia Roberts was also there.
‘After 45 minutes of massaging his back, Epstein turned over, and Epstein and Virginia [Roberts] started having sex,’ Carolyn said, adding that she watched from the couch and earned $300.
When asked why she continued to go back to Epstein’s home, Carolyn said it was because she was young and ‘$300 was a lot of money.’
Ghislaine Maxwell’s second accuser Carolyn took the stand Tuesday, on Day Seven of the British socialite’s sex trafficking trial
Carolyn claimed she visited Jeffrey Epstein’s home more than 100 times, two to three times a week, between the ages of 14 and 18
Carolyn, who is going by only her first name instead of a pseudonym, testified Tuesday that she was introduced to Ghislaine Maxwell when she was 14 years old and went to Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion where she gave him a massage. Pictured is Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion submitted by the prosecution as evidence
Her bombshell testimony came on Day Seven of Maxwell’s trial.
Carolyn testified that she only got to the seventh grade in school and her mother was an alcoholic.
This serves the prosecution’s case that Maxwell and Epstein targeted young girls from broken homes.
Carolyn said Virginia Roberts was also there and is the one who introduced her to Epstein
Carolyn recalled meeting Maxwell and remembered her as ‘An older lady. With an English accent.’
‘I couldn’t pronounce her first name correctly so I called her Maxwell.’
She said Maxwell asked for her phone number and when she would call Carolyn she would ask if she would be available when she and Epstein flew in.
‘They asked me to travel oversees,’ Carolyn said. ‘I said there was no way my mother would say okay.
‘I told her I was 14.’
The prosecutor asked, ‘When you were naked, who would come in the room?’
Carolyn replied, ‘Mr. Epstein. First I would massage him . He would ask about my upbringing.’
Prosecutor: ‘Would Ms. Maxwell ever pay you?’
Carolyn: ‘Yes. She handed me three one hundred dollar bills.’
She told the court that Maxwell said Jeffrey wanted her address.
‘I got sent lingerie, concert tickets and a book called Massage for Dummies,’ she said.
Carolyn then admitted to bringing friends to Epstein’s home, including three girls named Amanda, Tatum and Julie.
‘He asked me to bring younger people,’ Carolyn said. ‘I told him I don’t hang out with younger people but there were some people I could ask. When I bought them I got paid $600 and she got paid $300.’
Prosecutor: ‘What did they do?’
Carolyn: ‘Sex and oral sex.’
Prosecutor: ‘What did you do with the money they paid you?’
‘I was buying drugs,’ Carolyn said as she began sobbing on the stand.
Carolyn said she had a son in 2004 and would return to Epstein’s home because she needed the money.
She said she eventually stopped going because she realized she became ‘too old’ at 18.
On Friday, Epstein’s massage table was brought into court. Carolyn claims she was brought to Epstein to massage him
Ghislaine’s siblings Isabel and Kevin Maxwell arrived to the federal courthouse Tuesday to support their sister
Earlier in the day Tuesday, the court heard from FBI computer analyst Stephen Flatley talked the jury through hard drives seized during the 2019 FBI raid on Epstein’s Manhattan mansion.
One Microsoft Word document was created in October 2002 by Maxwell on a hard drive for a computer that was registered in Maxwell’s name.
She said Maxwell asked for her phone number and when she would call Carolyn she would ask if she would be available when she and Epstein flew in
It was not clear who the document was for but appeared to be something Maxwell was writing for somebody else.
The document stated: ‘Jeffrey and Ghislaine have been together, a couple, for the last 11 years. They are, contrary to what people think, rarely apart. I always see them together.
‘Ghislaine is highly intelligent and great company with a ready smile and an infectious laugh.’
The document stated that Maxwell and Epstein ‘share many mutual interests and are a lot of fun together,’ adding that they both had ‘inquisitive minds.’
The document said: ‘Jeffrey and Ghislaine compliment each other really well and I cannot imagine one without the other. On top of being great partners they are also best friends.’
Another Word document on the same hard drive, also created by Maxwell, was an ad she wrote in September 2001.
It read: ‘Help wanted. Are you a massage therapist? Work in Palm Beach home. Excellent pay. Mostly weekends. Please call 351-1000. Leave message.’
The same hard drive contained emails sent by Maxwell in May 2001 berating Epstein’s Palm Beach house manager Juan Alessi, who she referred to as John.
Maxwell wrote to a woman named Sally that Alessi was ‘doing a truly awful job.’
Maxwell complained about the ‘filthy pool’ and how Epstein’s ‘massage creams’ were not tidied up.
Maxwell said that ‘I am at a loss’ about how to get John to follow her orders.
Maxwell also asked about the progress of the ‘household manual’, which appeared to refer to the 58-page booklet with hundreds of checklist items for running the residence which was already admitted into evidence.
Another document from September 2002 created by Maxwell was titled: ‘Palm Beach new shampoo and massage products’.
The list contained 16 different shampoos and 13 massage products to be used in the home including some from high end brands like Kiehls.
The six charges against Maxwell:
Conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts (5 years max sentence)
Enticement of a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts (20 years)
Conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity (20 years)
Transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity (10 years minimum, life maximum)
Sex Trafficking Conspiracy
Sex Trafficking of a Minor
Ghislaine Maxwell also faces two charges of perjury but those counts are due to be tried after her sex crimes trial.
The charges relate to testimony she gave in 2016 in a defamation case filed against her by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Prosecutors say Maxwell groomed three girls between 1994 and 1997 for Epstein.
They are not named in the indictment, but she allegedly targeted them in London, Florida, New York and New Mexico.
Maxwell, it is alleged, would befriend the girls by asking them about their life and their schooling. She would put them at ease by taking them to the movies and taking them shopping, winning their trust to later deliver them to Epstein, it’s alleged.
To ‘normalize’ the abuse that would come later, prosecutors say she undressed in front of the girls herself and asked them sexual questions.
She then not only facilitated Epstein abusing them, prosecutors say, but took part in some of it herself.
The alleged sex abuse includes ‘sexualized group massages’.
The indictment also says Maxwell made the girl feel ‘indebted’ to Epstein by encouraging them to take money from him and let him pay for their education and travel.