SEX pest Jeffrey Epstein and "madam" Ghislaine Maxwell hosted bizarre dinner parties where they forced their guests to participate in lewd sexual pranks to "test their boundaries".
A group of art students invited to Epstein's Zorro Ranch in New Mexico in 1995 claim the perverted pair passed round fake boobs at the dinner table and played with condoms.
Speaking to Art Net, Ursula Ruedenberg, Maria Farmer and one other anonymous woman explained the bizarre and uncomfortable experience.
The trio were students at New York Academy of Art and were invited to the vast ranch under the pretence that Epstein, an art collector, would buy on of the students' paintings and hand out a commission for a mural at the sprawling home he was building on the ranch.
They say their then dean of students, Eileen Guggenheim was "friendly" with Epstein and helped to organise the trip – but she denies ever visiting a home of the billionaire's and "does not recall" having a meal with the couple.
The young women said they felt uncomfortable upon arrival at the "huge scary ranch on this big, ugly, dry desert".
They recount how Epstein bizarrely informed them the dry desert grounds he was hosting them on was home to deadly rattlesnakes.
At one point Maxwell encouraged them to hang their coats in a cupboard with a skeleton hanging inside, intending to make them jump.
But the girls say the socialite was visibly disappointed that they were nonplussed by the bizarre prank.
Ruedenberg says the pranks were continued throughout the day to make them "feel uncomfortable".
And at dinner, Maxwell asked the students to close their eyes and passed them a bag containing false jelly bra inserts.
Reudenberg said: "One was what felt like pockets of jelly; it turned out to be falsies, like you put in your bra,” Ruedenberg said. “Then they demanded that we put them on".
At this point, the trip say they realised the lure of a commission and cash for their work was simply a ploy to get them to the isolated ranch.
Maria Farmer, who is the subject of an explosive Epstein podcast, Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein, and who says she was eventually sexually assaulted by Epstein while Maxwell watched once in his employment some time after the ranch visit, claims the bizarre sex games were part of the couple's lifestyle.
She told how Maxwell was there to "soften" the bizarre nature of a much older man encouraging young women to play sexual games.
Farmer said: "Maxwell’s role was to “normalize” it, Farmer said. “She had a light-hearted delivery so you never felt like—dun dun dun—you’re going to be kidnapped and raped. You just thought they were quirky and they love art.”
Who is Jeffrey Epstein and what is he accused of?
Jeffrey Epstein is a US financier who was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008.
He was arrested on July 6, 2019 for sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York.
Epstein was arrested on July 6, 2019 on sex trafficking charges.
Court documents allege that at least 40 underage girls were brought to Epstein’s mansion for sexual encounters.
He was arrested at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.
FBI agents are also said to have broken down the door to his Manhattan townhouse.
He pleaded not guilty to child sex trafficking charges in New York and could face 45 years in prison if found guilty.
On July 18, a federal judge said that the disgraced financier presented a "danger to the community" and must stay in one of New York's toughest prisons while he awaits a trial over the sex trafficking accusations.
The shamed financier was locked up amid fears he would flee the country.
'HUGE SCARY DRY DESERT'
“That dinner party should not have happened, it was inappropriate. I feel like when you’re in a position of responsibility to students and somebody acts the way they did, that’s cause to step back and assess whether this is a professional situation or not, and that definitely did not happen.”
Epstein's ‘Zorro Ranch’ is where the perv plotted to set up a baby-making factory where he would impregnate dozens of women to spread his DNA, sources claim.
Set in the hills outside Santa Fe, the estate – worth $12 million or £10 million – has a private runway for his plane, dubbed the Lolita Express.
The disgraced financier, 66, used his plane to fly in his powerful pals – and young girls to entertain them, court documents claim.
It is also claimed in court documents released just hours before Epstein's death last year that Prince Andrew visited the sprawling ranch.
He would allegedly tell scientists and businessmen he wanted the vast New Mexico property to be turned into his own personal baby-making factory.
There, women would be inseminated with his sperm and give birth to his babies, two top scientists and a leading business adviser told the Times.
It was not clear if Epstein's stranger-than-fiction dream would involve him having sex with the women or them being artificially inseminated.
Epstein told of the plot at least twice – at his Manhattan mansion in 2001 and a luxury science conference he hosted in the Virgin Islands, it's alleged.
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