Annie Farmer, the fourth and final accuser to testify at Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial, told jurors on Friday that the British socialite and Jeffrey Epstein forced themselves on her during a weekend of debauchery at the ex-financier's New Mexico ranch when she was just 16.
Farmer, the only victim testifying under her real name, said she was lured by the couple to the ranch under the pretense they would help her with her education.
She testified that when she arrived, Maxwell and Epstein bought her some fancy cowboy boots and took her to see the movie Primal Fear.
Farmer said while they were waiting for the movie, the couple were "very playful with each other."
Things got uncomfortable when Maxwell pulled Epstein's pants down a little in front of Farmer. And it only got worse from there.
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Farmer, now 42, testified that during the R-rated movie, she was seated between the couple and that Epstein held her hand and caressed her leg.
Back at the ranch, Maxwell gave her a lesson in massaging Epstein's feet and asked if Farmer wanted a massage.
Maxwell then instructed the teenager to strip naked and get on a massage table.
"She started rubbing my body, rubbing my back and my legs. She was making small talk. Then, at some point, she had me roll over so I was laying on my back," Farmer said. "She pulled the sheet down and exposed my breasts. She started rubbing on my chest and on my upper breast."
Farmer said at one point she could "sense" Epstein watching, but she couldn't see him.
She then accused Epstein of climbing into bed with her.
He "reached his arms around me, pressed his body into mine," she said.
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Farmer told jurors she wanted to cut the weekend short but was very aware of how isolated she was on the sprawling ranch with Maxwell and Epstein.
She said she was first introduced to the pair by her older sister Maria Farmer during a trip to New York. Maria was working for Epstein at the time.
Annie Farmer said the wealthy businessman got a little handsy with her at the time, but it was nothing like what she experienced in New Mexico.
Her testimony was similar to the three other accusers who also claim Maxwell recruited and groomed them as teenagers to have sex with Epstein and his powerful friends. Two of the three accusers said they were just 14 when the abuse started and that Maxwell sometimes joined in.
Epstein, who pleaded guilty in 2008 to state prostitution charges, was indicted on federal sex trafficking charges in July 2019. He was found hanging in his jail cell a month later.
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Maxwell was arrested in 2020 on sex trafficking charges and faces 80 years in prison if convicted. She has pleaded not guilty, and her defense team has argued she's a scapegoat for the crimes her former boyfriend committed.
Separately, on Friday, Judge Alison Nathan signed off on a request to let the jurors see Epstein's little black book of victims that may have also contained a list of famous names and contacts the disgraced New York financier and his alleged cohort are accused of using to pimp out underage girls.
The book is one of several that witnesses say Epstein kept of young women and girls who gave him sexualized massages at the behest of the British socialite.
The ruling, issued Thursday, does not mean the contacts will ever be made public. Just one volume of many, labeled as Exhibit GX52, is at play in Maxwell's trial.
The prosecution and defense agreed Friday morning that only excerpts would be introduced from that book under seal.
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In her ruling, Nathan said the book could be introduced because it may corroborate the testimony of Juan Alessi, Epstein's ex-estate manager, who testified that the volumes were used by Maxwell to book sexualized massages.
Alessi testified that several dark blue or black directories were stashed around the Palm Beach, Florida, mansion and that he recognized "many, many, many, many names."