Ryan E.
January 6, 2024

Model Who Jumped To Her Death Had Flown On Epstein's Jet As Teen

Last week, court documents from a case related to convicted sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein were unsealed.

Now, a shocking revelation from what was discovered in the documents has taken the internet by storm.

Ruslana Korshunova, a top model, was, it was discovered, had flown to Epstein’s island as a teenager.

Why is this relevant now?

That detail takes on greater relevance when considered in light of the fact that Korshunova later jumped to her death from her Wall Street apartment.

Korshunova died on June 28, 2008.

She flew to Epstein’s private island when she was just 18 years old on June 7, 2006, according to released documents.

So, almost two years to the day before Korshunova took her own life at the young age of 20, she was on Epstein’s island of horrors.

Is this a coincidence?

Probably not.

In fact, Korshunova’s ex-boyfriend said she had a lot of personal issues she kept “bottled up” in a statement released to the New York Post.

Despite these problems, friends and loved ones of the model never thought anything would lead to suicide and were shocked that it occurred.

Could it be that whatever happened on that island was so shocking and disturbing it eventually drove Korshunova to take her own life?

One Epstein's alleged victims, Virginia Guiffre, was asked if she recognized the young model.

“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,” wrote attorney Brad Edwards back in a 2011 email that was just unsealed.

“I am sorry to hear the news of Ruslana, and my condolences are with her family and friends. I can say that I have never had any meetings with her, sorry not to be of any help there,” Giuffre said.

Since the documents have been released, there is a guarantee that only more and more theories will spread about the visitors to Epstein’s island.

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