VIRGINIA Roberts alleges that Ghislaine Maxwell joked she was “getting too old" for Epstein as she blew out her 16th birthday candles.
In newly released court documents, the former sex slave, now 36, claims she was taken to the paedophile's island when she was a schoolgirl.
She alleges that British socialite Maxwell, who is alleged to have procured young women for Epstein, made a sick joke about the financier "trading her in" because of her age.
In a manuscript, titled Billionaire Boys Club, Virginia wrote: “I spent my sweet 16th birthday on his island in the Caribbean next to 'St James Isle'…
“…he liked to call it 'Little St Jeff's, his ego was as enormous as his appetite for fornicating.
“I was given a birthday cake and a new collection of designer make-up from London.
“Ghislaine made a joke after I blew out my array of candles and said, 'I'd be soon getting too old for Jeffrey's taste, and soon they's have to trade me in."
Maxwell strongly denies all allegations of sexual misconduct made against her.
Virginia alleges she was groomed and abused by Epstein and Maxwell from the age of 15.
She alleges that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew – claims the Duke of York has furiously denied.
In court docs, Roberts claims Epstein would pleasure himself whileGhislaine allegedly abused her.
Virginia writes about her first encounter with Maxwell and Epstein after being selected for a "massage trial" while working at Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida.
She reveals how she was dropped off at Epstein's Palm Beach home by her dad before being lured into the a seedy world of child sex trafficking.
Detailing how she massaged Epstein under instruction from Maxwell, Virginia says the financier called her a "naughty girl", according to the document seen by The Sun Online.
Epstein then pleasured himself while he watched Maxwell allegedly abuse and grope Virginia, the docs claim.
The sordid details of the alleged abuse suffered by Virginia is one of hundreds of pages of documents which have been released about Epstein and Maxwell.
US District Judge Loretta Preska unsealed them as the case continues against Maxwell over her role as Epstein's alleged "madam".
She ordered the release of large sections of over 80 documents from a 2015 civil lawsuit against Maxwell by Virginia – revealing many shocking allegations against the couple.
Virginia is one of many women who have claimed they were abused by Epstein and who allege the Maxwell acted as his "madam".
Jeffrey Epstein died in August last year while in prison after being charged with the sex trafficking of minors the previous month in New York.
Maxwell faces almost a year in prison as she was denied bail while facing trial over her links to Epstein – with her day in court due next July.
She has pleaded not guilty with her lawyers accusing the victims of trying to turn her into a scapegoat since the death of Epstein.
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