The woman, who was identified in court documents as "Jane Doe," filed a lawsuit against Epstein's estate Friday in Manhattan Federal Court. The complaint included an unsettling description of her alleged encounter with the now-president at his Palm Beach resort, Mar-a-Lago.
According to the suit, obtained by The New York Daily News, Epstein introduced the young girl to Trump by saying, "This is a good one, right?" Trump allegedly nodded in agreement.
"Both chuckled and Doe felt uncomfortable, but, at the time, was too young to understand why," the complaint read.
Trump is one of many high-profile men with documented connections to Epstein. Though POTUS has recently downplayed their friendship—insisting he was "not a fan" of the financier—he told New York Magazine in 2002 that Epstein was a "terrific" man who "likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."
Doe's lawsuit does not accuse Trump of any misconduct; however, it does include a slew of abuse allegations against Epstein as well as his alleged madam, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.
The plaintiff says she met the two at the age of 13, while she was attending a Michigan arts camp. Doe claims it wasn't long before the abuse began.
Per the Daily News:
The perverted financier and British socialite groomed her for abuse by frequently making references to sex and insisting she indulge their every whim, according to the suit. Epstein first sexually abused the girl toward the end of 1994, according to the suit. She claims she traveled with Epstein and Maxwell on his private jet.
Doe says the abuse also occurred in his NYC mansion, Palm Beach home, and New Mexico ranch. According to the lawsuit, Epstein raped Doe for the first of many times in 1997.
The plaintiff is among the group of women who are seeking a portion of Epstein's $577 million estate.
Epstein was found dead back in August inside his prison cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center. The 66-year-old was awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges and facing a maximum sentence of 45 years behind bars. His death was ruled a suicide by hanging; however, his legal team has disputed the ruling.