Epstein Victim Sues Top Psychiatrist Henry Jarecki

A victim of deceased child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein has filed a lawsuit in New York against prominent psychiatrist Dr. Henry Jarecki.

The victim, identified only as “Jane Doe 11,” accuses Jarecki of raping and sex trafficking her.

The woman alleges she was sexually abused by Epstein who trafficked her to Jarecki to be raped.

According to the woman, Epstein told her he was sending her to Jarecki for “treatment.”

Jarecki, a renowned psychiatrist, entrepreneur, and commodities trader, then sex trafficked her to be raped by others, according to the lawsuit.

The suit accuses Jarecki, 91, of rape and sex trafficking, NBC News reports.

The plaintiff claims that Jarecki was a close associate of Epstein.

Epstein died in a New York jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

According to NBC, Epstein allegedly sent other young women to Jarecki for confidential “treatment.”

The move reportedly sought to divert attention from Epstein’s own sexual abuse activities.

The complaint claims Jarecki knew Epstein controlled the women, enabling their abuse without fear of being reported.

It details that Jarecki “repeatedly raped” Jane Doe 11 from 2011 to Dec. 2014.

NBC News stated that he allegedly used testosterone pills to boost his sex drive.

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The suit also alleges he invited other men to engage in sexual acts with her in his presence.

In a statement to CNBC, Jarecki’s attorney, Sarita Kedia, refuted the allegations.

“The allegations will be shown to be entirely false and baseless,” Kedia told CNBC.

“Dr. Jarecki never engaged in any abusive conduct with the complainant or any other person.”

The lawsuit seeks unspecified monetary damages for sexual battery, sex trafficking, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Brad Edwards, one of the accuser’s lawyers, praised his client’s courage.

“This is an important lawsuit filed by a courageous young woman who we are honored to represent,” Edwards told CNBC.

“We hope that her bravery will encourage others to feel safe in coming forward.”

Jarecki, an adjunct professor at Yale School of Medicine and recipient of the Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental Health, co-authored “Modern Psychiatric Treatment,” according to NBC News.

He gained fame in the 1980s as “the dean of the American gold market.”

Jarecki later co-founded Moviefone, which AOL bought in 1999 for nearly $390 million.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has just pledged that he will unseal all documents related to Epstein if he’s re-elected in November.

As Slay News reported, Trump also vowed that once he’s re-elected, he will declassify all documents on 9/11 and President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

By releasing the Epstein files, Trump would also finally unseal the illusive “client list.”

The document is believed to contain the names of several of Esptein’s powerful high-profile child trafficking clients and accomplices.

Federal prosecutors have been battling to keep the “client list ” hidden from the public for years.

Several high-profile figures, including Elon Musk and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), have called on federal prosecutors to release the documents, but with no success.

READ MORE – Trump Vows to Release All Files on Jeffrey Epstein, Including ‘Client List’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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