Ryan E.
December 3, 2022

Leon Black Accused of Rape at Epstein's Place

There's ANOTHER high profile man that's been named in Jeffrey Epstein's horrific sex trading ring:

Leon Black.

Black is a New York-based investor probably most famous for being the former Museum of Modern Art chair. Well, that's what he used to be most famous for.

Now, he's most famous for being an accused rapist.

Cheri Pierson claims that in 2002, she was introduced to an overweight man named Leon Black via Jeffrey Epstein. Black's heft will come in to play in a minute.

Epstein introduced the pair at Jeffrey's Upper East Side mansion, and an arrangement was made for Pierson to give Black a $300 massage.

She'd previously given Epstein five of these $300 massages.

The 300-pound Black apparently arrived with his $300 willing to pay. But he wanted much more than a massage, and he didn't care if Pierson was willing or not.

He was literally twice the weight of her. She was helpless.

According to the New York Post, Pierson's story first became public during the lawsuit of Guzel Ganieva.

Pierson’s accusations first surfaced in Russian model Guzel Ganieva’s own lawsuit in which Ganieva claims Black was sexually violent toward her for years. Pierson was not named in that suit, rather the incident was described as happening to a "Jane Doe."

Ganieva – and a Jane Doe mentioned in her suit – have also brought their allegations to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, which has opened up an investigation into Black, according to court papers filed in Ganieva’s case in October.

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