Billionaire investor Leon Black raped woman at Jeffrey Epstein's NYC mansion in 2002, lawsuit claims
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NEW YORK — A second woman has accused billionaire investor Leon Black of raping her in 2002 at the Upper East Side mansion of Jeffrey Epstein, new court...
papers reveal.

The woman, identified in court documents as Jane Doe, claims the assault occurred after Epstein arranged for her to give Black a $300 massage. She says she agreed to the massage because she was a single mom who desperately needed the money.

"Immediately it was clear that Black had plans other than Ms. Doe giving him a massage while wearing a bikini,"' reads the amended complaint filed in Manhattan Supreme Court late Monday.

"The next thing she knew, Black spun her sideways on the massage table, and pushed her in a backbend over the side of the table in an incredibly painful position," the complaint states.

"She experienced tearing pain. Ms. Doe was in such agony that she could barely speak or breathe. She had never experienced anything like that before."

The disturbing new allegations are outlined in an amended complaint against Black by Russian model Guzel Ganieva. A judge must approve adding Jane Doe's claims to Ganieva's lawsuit.

In graphic detail, the lawsuit…
Molly Crane-Newman, New York Daily News
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