One of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers claims Jeffrey Epstein’s gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell prowled Central Park to recruit women into his sex trafficking ring.
Maria Farmer, who alleges the duo sexually assaulted her in 1996, said she watched Maxwell approach young women after being recruited herself to work for the financier pedophile.
“I saw Ghislaine going to get the women. She went to places like Central Park,” said Farmer during her first TV interview Tueday on “CBS This Morning.
One some occasions, Maxwell would jump out of the car in an attempt to lure a potential victim for Epstein, she said.
“She would say, ‘Stop the car.’ And she would dash out and get a child,” Farmer claimed.
When questioned about what she was doing, Maxwell told her that she was “getting Victoria’s Secret models.”
Epstein was accused of touting his ties to Victoria’s Secret owner Les Wexner to lure aspiring models to his homes.
Farmer said Epstein boasted about his relationship with Wexner, claiming the mogul would “do anything for him.”
“He bragged about it,” Farmer said.
Farmer claimed that she was sexually assaulted by the pedophile when she was 26 and worked for him at the front desk of his Upper East Side townhouse.
During her time at the pad, Farmer said she saw young women there “all day long.”
“I saw many, many, many, many, many,” she said.
Farmer sued Epstein’s estate along with co-accusers Annie Farmer — her younger sister — and Teresa Helm for $557 million in damages, citing battery and emotional distress.
Maxwell’s lawyers previously declined to comment on Farmer’s suit, while Wexner has condemned Epstein’s behavior as “abhorrent” and claimed the financier took advantage of him.