Haley Robson, Jeffrey Epstein’s former teen “recruiter” is finally sharing her story.
According to Fox News, Robson is one of several survivors who have come forward with their stories and ultimately exposed Jeffrey Epstein of his filthy life, and how he used his wrath and power to carry out abuse.
The new four-part documentary series on Netflix titled “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich,” exposes the disgraced financier who was charged with sexually abusing numerous underage girls over several years, was found dead at New York City’s Metropolitan Correctional Center in 2019.
“I was just a normal teenager,” she told People magazine on Wednesday. “I played football, I did equestrian.”
“I was giving him a massage, the first and only time, and he did try to touch me,” she said. “A part of me was scared that he was going to rape me or hurt me. I don’t know if it was God intervening or what… but he didn’t force himself on me.”
Robson explained that Epstein had offered to pay her for each girl she came back with.
She admitted to recruiting 24 different teens, but noted that she was honest about what they might entail if they chose to go with her.
“I was just a 16-year-old girl doing what this man had asked me to do,” she explained. “As a [teenager], you don’t really stop to think about the bigger picture; you’re not mature enough.”
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“I’ve had reporters come by my house nonstop,” she explained. “I’ve had reporters call my parents. I’ve had the FBI show up at my job. I have been served subpoenas.”
“[Participating in the docuseries] was obviously very emotional for me,” she said. “I’m hoping people can open their hearts and their minds, try to be mindful of what we went through.”
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He was found with a bedsheet around his neck less than 24 hours after more than 2,000 pages of documents were made public from a since-settled lawsuit against an ex-girlfriend alleged to be his aide-de-camp.
The documents included graphic allegations against Epstein and a 2016 deposition in which he refused to answer questions to avoid incriminating himself. He had been placed on suicide watch a month before his death after he was found on his cell floor with bruises around his neck. The medical examiner ruled Epstein’s death a suicide.
Epstein was a wealth manager who hobnobbed with the rich, famous and influential. He owned a private island in the Caribbean, homes in Paris and New York City, a New Mexico ranch and a fleet of high-priced cars.
Robson claimed she was honest about what they might expect during their encounters with Epstein.