Model Found Dead after Being Taken to ‘Epstein Island’ with Powerful Elites as a Teen

A famous Russian model had been taken to Jeffrey Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean to “meet” powerful elites and celebrities before she was found dead at the bottom of the New York City skyscraper, newly unsealed court documents have revealed.

Kazakh-Russian model Ruslana Korshunova died in 2008 after she apparently jumped to her untimely death from her Wall Street apartment at the ripe young age of 20.

It has just been revealed that two years prior to committing suicide when she was just 18 years old, Korshunova was flown on Epstein’s private Boeing 727 jet to his Little Saint James “Pedophile Island” for some kind of sex visit.

A catwalk superstar and the one-time face of Nina Ricci perfume, Korshunova was in a cult at the time she flew on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” airplane.

Because her name appears in Epstein’s flight logs, Korshunova is believed to have been badly exploited by the convicted pedophile and his elitist partners.

Florida-based attorney Brad Edwards had previously asked Epstein victim Virginia Roberts-Giuffre in a now-unsealed May 2011 email if she knew Korshunova.

Edwards revealed Korshunova had taken a trip to Epstein’s private “Pedophile Island” in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Though it remains unknown what happened to Korshunova while on Epstein’s island, it is well known that Epstein and his colleagues were known to fly very young girls to Little Saint James in order to sexually exploit them.

“I think it’s a long shot you would recognize her, but read the article I attached and then look at the pictures and see if you recognize her,” Edwards wrote in the email.

“I will call you tomorrow.”

In response, Roberts-Giuffre wrote that she was “sorry to hear the news of Ruslana,” offering her condolences concerning Korshunova’s tragic suicide.

She then stated that she had “never had any meetings with [Korshunova], sorry to not be of any help there.”

The email exchange was just released this week as part of a trove of documents pertaining to Roberts-Giuffre’s 2015 defamation case against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s right-hand woman.

A Manhattan judge decided there is no longer any reason to keep the files secret.

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According to the official story, Epstein himself died in August 2019 in his prison cell while awaiting trial.

Maxwell, meanwhile, is currently in prison serving a 20-year sentence for sex trafficking.

It is unclear how Korshunova came to meet Epstein, but we do know from her fast track into modeling stardom that she went from rags to riches in a rather dramatic fashion.

And with that newfound fame came rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous along with their handlers, i.e., people like Epstein and his associates.

It is also known that Epstein dangled promises of helping young women like Korshunova more easily get their visas if they agreed to work for him. Korshunova’s visa status is not known.

A model scout by the name of Jean-Luc Brunel who was a personal friend of Epstein also committed suicide, or so we are told, in February 2022 while awaiting trial for sexually abusing children.

Korshunova’s cult describes itself as a “self-help group,” though critics say it is much more extreme than that.

When Korshunova’s modeling career started to waver, she sought help from the cult’s “coaches,” who were known to blame and humiliate the group’s members for the wrongs in their lives.

By Hunter Fielding
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1 month ago

Young women seem to make very bad choices, I see it every day!

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