The alleged child sexual abuser billionaire may be dead, but that doesn't mean this case is anywhere near over.
Earlier this morning, a Jeffrey Epstein accuser, Jennifer Arazo, took her cases father by filing a law suit against Epstein's estate, his longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell, and three unnamed female household staff members.
Araoz alleges that she was sexually assaulted by Epstein at his New York City townhouse repeatedly when she was 14 and 15 years. Some of this sexual abuse included a forcible rape back in 2002.
The complaint that Araoz just filed alleges that Maxwell and the staffers conspired with Epstein to make possible and hide the sexual abuse she encountered.
"Today is my first step towards reclaiming my power," Araoz said during a call with reporters Wednesday after the suit was filed. "Jeffrey Epstein and his network of enablers stole from me. They robbed me of my youth, my identity, my innocence, my self-worth. For too long, they escaped accountability. I am here today because I intend to change that.
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