Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell told one of their victims the under-age girls they wanted for sex ‘couldn’t be black’, according to newly released court documents.
Convicted paedophile Epstein and his alleged madam Maxwell told Virginia Giuffre they didn’t want black girls for their sex massages, a 2011 taped conversation between Giuffre and her lawyers states.
Maxwell has been charged with trafficking minors for sex in the 1990s when she was close friends with Epstein.
The former British socialite failed in an ‘eleventh hour’ attempt to keep the files secret.
The files contain a transcript of the three-way phone call between Giuffre speaking to her lawyer Brad Edwards and a third attorney Jack Scarola.
Giuffre, once pictured alongside Prince Andrew when she was just 17 years old, details her allegations of how Maxwell and Epstein had her recruit other girls to pimp out to rich and powerful men.
Scarola asked Giuffre in the 2011 conversation: “What instructions were you given about what to look for?”
“Young, pretty, you know, a fun personality. They couldn’t be black,” Giuffre replied. “If they were any other descent other than white, they had to be exotically beautiful. That was just about it.”
When asked who gave her those criteria, the alleged former sex slave said “They both gave us the instructions, and it wasn’t just me, Jeffrey asked most girls to bring a friend and make extra money.”
The 2011 transcript has never been published before, reports MailOnline.
Giuffre described to her attorney Edwards and Scarola her first sexual encounter with Epstein and Maxwell at his Florida mansion, after the alleged madam recruited her while she worked at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club nearby.
In the phone call she says: “I was introduced to Jeffrey, he was laying naked on top of the massage table, and obviously for one, I’m a 15 year old girl and seeing him on the table was weird but, also learning about anatomy and massage, I thought this would be part of it.”
She said that after 40 minutes Epstein rolled over exposing himself, and Maxwell instructed her to take off her Mar-a-Lago uniform.
She said she was expected to lick his nipples and perform a sex act on him before having sex with him.
Giuffre told the lawyers she was pimped out to at least eight of Epstein’s male friends.
She claims she had sex with Prince Andrew three times while still under-age.
The Duke of York has always denied the claims.
Giuffre said sexual orgies were a regular occurrence on the island at Epstein’s house.
“Just about anybody would fly on his plane. There was never any set routine who would come and would go. It was an influx of people on Jeffrey’s airplane,” she said.
Maxwell’s lawyers fought to keep the documents under seal, claiming they could harm the reputations of high-profile people but the seal was partially lifted by a judge on Thursday.
A ruling by the US Court of Appeals last year led to the release of over 2,000 previously sealed documents in Giuffre’s defamation lawsuit against Maxwell.
A New York federal judge is now deciding which further documents to release in the case, amid opposition from Maxwell and her legal team.
A 2016 deposition of the British former socialite is also due to be released on Monday – and is believed to contain new details of her sex life.
Maxwell has denied the sex trafficking charges against her.
Epstein, 66, killed himself last year while awaiting trial for child sex offences.