Victim of Prince Andrews paedo pal Epstein warns there are still predators in power rich enough to avoid justice


A WOMAN who claims she suffered horrific sexual abuse at the hands of paedo Jeffrey Epstein has warned there are still predators in power.

Teala Davies, 34, says Prince Andrews notorious predator pal groomed her to become completely dependent on him before casting her aside when she told him about her eating disorder.

Teala Davies was just 17 when she met Jeffrey Epstein in 2002 through her older sister

Attorney Gloria Allred (right) speaks for her client Teala Davies

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She alleges in a new lawsuit that billionaire Epstein repeatedly raped her from the age of 17 over two years and “shared” her with his friends.

Ms Davies met the billionaire in 2002 through her older sister when she was working as a hairdresser in Los Angeles.

She says Epstein fostered her dreams of becoming a translator, according to the complaint filed on Thursday in Manhattan federal court.

Epstein allegedly arranged for her to study at the University of Madrid and convinced her to give up her apartment and job to spend more time with him.

Her lawsuit against the paedophile brings the total number of claims against Epstein’s estate to 16.
At an August hearing she made the bombshell claim the there were still sex fiends in the upper echelons of power.

Ms Davies said: Im still a victim because I am fearful for my daughters and everyones daughters.

Im fearful for their future in this world, where there are predators in power, a world where people can avoid justice if their pockets run deep enough.

She filed her lawsuit in Manhattan federal court, where a judge urged lawyers for the estate and victims to negotiate how victims can be compensated for injuries.

Epstein flew her around the world on his private jets and repeatedly raped and molested her at his homes in New York, Florida, the US Virgin Islands and Paris, according to court papers filed by the mum-of-three, suit claims.

After Tealas semester in Madrid she was left with no home and no job and was drawn in to “live a nomadic lifestyle in his close orbit.

Epstein also “shared” her with his friends, the lawsuit alleges.

“In one instance, Epstein had Teala spend time with a well-known Hollywood producer, who then demanded and attempted to engage in abusive sexual behaviour”, it read. “Teala barely escaped.”

Davies is suing the convicted paedophile’s estate for damages on counts of battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress

Epstein’s accuser has said she was kicked out on the street after she told the disgraced financier she had a severe eating disorder

She says that on one early occasion she and her sister were flown to Zorro Ranch, Epstein’s New Mexico ranch, where she claims to have met his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell and Sarah Kellen.

Ms Davies alleges that she and Kellen, who worked for Epstein, went into a massage room with the billionaire after going for a swim.

She described Kellen massaging him and claims Epstein then put his hands inside her swimsuit to “fondle her genitals”.

He “continued to grope her” and masturbate when she started crying, the court documents claim.

On another occasion he “stuck his hand in her pants unexpectedly” in the dining room of his Manhattan home.


Ms Davies said she was the “perfect victim”.

“I was on my own and I needed help,” she said. “Jefferey Epstein preyed upon me.

“He put me in a vulnerable and dependent situation, and took advantage of me. I was only 17 years old. I was a little girl.

“It took me a long time to break free from his mind control and abuse.”

Her lawyer, Gloria Allred, also called on the Duke of York to contact the US authorities and disclose what he knows about the late financier.

She added: “I’m glad that he’s willing to speak to law enforcement.

I urge Prince Andrew to contact the investigators for the United States attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York and volunteer to be interviewed by them, without conditions and without delay.”

She did not say whether Ms Davies had come into contact with the duke.

Davies during a press conference in New York City today