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Jeffrey Epstein accuser urges other ‘victims’ to come forward




A woman who says she was molested by Jeffrey Epstein when she was just 14 and still in braces begged other victims to come forward Tuesday.

“To all the victims of Jeffrey Epstein, my name is Courtney Wild, and I was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein as a child,’’ Wild said, reading a statement at a press conference with her lawyer in Manhattan.

“If you are a victim of Jeffrey Epstein, then you know what I know: he will never stop sexually abusing children until he is in jail.

But “as long as the victims speak up, he isn’t going to get away this time,’’ said Wild, now in her 30s.

“If you have already made the decision to come forward, thank you. If you have not, the time is now.”

Wild is one of the unnamed accusers who filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice in Florida over its secret plea deal with Epstein that allowed him to cop to just two charges of sex solicitation — including one involving a minor — and serve 13 months behind bars.

“In 2008, the US Attorney gave him a free pass in abusing me and many other victims,’’ Wild said, referring to then-top prosecutor Alex Acosta, who resigned as President Trump’s labor secretary last week over controversy about the deal.

“I never had the chance for my voice to be heard. My voice was muted by the same government that was supposed to protect me.

“It’s time for the government to do the right thing for me and all the other victims still fighting for rights.’’

She added to victims, “You may try to convince yourself that this was a long time ago and you’ve moved on.

“But you are not alone, and this was not your fault.’’




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