Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts posted a chilling message to Twitter proclaiming that she ‘wasn’t suicidal’ and urging authorities to investigate if she was ever found dead due to suicide.
She also pleaded that ‘evil people want me quiet’ in response to another Twitter users who suggested the FBI might attempt to kill her.
As The Daily Mail reports:
Virginia Roberts has posted a chilling message on Twitter announcing ‘I am not suicidal’ after giving a high-profile interview accusing powerful figures including Prince Andrew of sexually abusing her.
The 36-year-old, who claims she was a sex trafficking victim of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, wrote: ‘If something happens to me – in the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them. Too many evil people want to see me quieted.’
Ms Roberts, who now goes by the surname Giuffre, posted the message in response to another user who suggested the FBI would try to kill her ‘to protect the ultra rich and well connected’.
It comes after Epstein died in custody in the US while awaiting trial. An official autopsy concluded he hanged himself, despite persistent conspiracies and claims by high-profile pathologist Michael Baden that the evidence ‘points to homicide’.