A Jeffrey Epstein accuser blames Victoria’s Secret owner Les Wexner for sexual assault that she says occurred on his Ohio property

L Brands, Associated PressA composite image of L Brands CEO Les Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein.In the summer of 1996, Maria Farmer, then 26, says the late Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged “madam,” Ghislaine Maxwell, sexually assaulted her in New Albany, Ohio.Farmer, an artist, had been offered a two month-stay in a home deeded to Epstein by the L Brands CEO Les Wexner, who owns Victoria’s Secret, and developed much of New Albany.Wexner says he had never heard of Farmer before her allegations surfaced, but she told The Washington Post that while living on the billionaire’s heavily guarded estate she had to get permission from Wexner’s wife Abigail to even leave the house.Farmer also said that after Epstein and Maxwell assaulted her Wexner’s security guards, some of whom she was told were contracted

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