If anyone thought Leon Black would just calm down and take the rape charges against him, they better think again. Noted for being a ruthless money manager, he has shown time and time again that he will fight.

You can read more about the allegations Here,

While Black paid US Virgin Islands prosecutors $62 million to avoid being embroiled in a wider lawsuit against Epstein’s estate, he has otherwise dealt directly with his latest accuser, ‘Jane Doe’.

Black unleashes his investigators on her family, and his brutal latest denunciation seeks to demolish her entire edifice of credibility.

daily Mail informed of:

Down syndrome The woman who accused Leon Black of raping her as a teenager says he sent private investigators to her home and her parents’ home after she filed a lawsuit against him.

The woman alleges that two days after she filed the lawsuit anonymously, a white SUV parked outside her home, using the name Jane Doe, and did not leave until she called the police.

Then, two men claiming to be fraud investigators from Florida with pictures of Jane Doe’s baby went to visit her parents.

“He also asked the couple questions about Jane Doe’s medical history and childhood, and recorded the entire meeting.”

The same investigators met with Jane Doe’s aunt and attempted to interview her as well as a friend of Jane Doe’s.

Leon Black’s attorney has filed a potential outcome document with the court, rebutting the woman accusing Jeffrey Epstein of raping her at his home.

The filing claims that she not only lied about the assault, but also about having Down syndrome and autism. Other claims are that Jane Doe ‘never left home past the age of 16’ and ‘she has a history of making up stories and making diagnoses’.

Black’s defense states that Doe’s attorneys at the law firm Vigdor are “out to discredit” her and cut her out of the settlement.

The Jane Doe case is the third case brought by Vigdor attorneys against Black.

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Black had previously defeated one of the lawsuits that Vigdor filed on behalf of his ex, a Russian model who said he raped her. Now, he is fighting the case and also by Cheri Pearson, a former receptionist who claims she too was abused by Epstein and trafficked into Black by him.

Black acknowledged sending a private investigator to the home of Jane Doe’s parents, and stressed that the visit was not done to intimidate them, but to do their own research on their accuser. This was done to aid in the defense of his court.

Jane Doe’s original complaint stated that she had ‘mosaic Down syndrome’.

In their filing today, Black’s attorneys say the woman was never diagnosed with such a condition.

Black’s lawyers also say her family believes she is lying about being abused by Epstein.

Black’s attorneys say their investigation revealed that the plaintiff “studied those behaviors and intentionally began to exhibit them.”

“‘In each instance when someone agreed to speak to him, [Black’s investigator] Mr. Melendez recorded the conversation, including confirming on the recording that the person knew they were being recorded, had consented to it, and were speaking to him voluntarily and without coercion or inducement. Were.”

Documents from Black’s lawyers also said relatives of Doe reportedly admitted she ‘used a range of different names and personas, she has a history of creating alternate realities’ – a personality disorder. Result of diagnosis.

Black’s next move was targeted at the law firm behind his lawsuits.

reuters informed of:

Leon Black, co-founder of Apollo Global Management, filed a petition on Monday The new lawsuit against a New York-based law firm that represented three women who claimed they were raped by Black.

Black’s malicious prosecution lawsuit against Vigdor in New York County Supreme Court claims the firm’s business model is based on “threatening defendants to sue with slanderous allegations, which can only be avoided at the expense of a large settlement.” of which Vigdor makes a substantial deduction.’ ,

Black has repeatedly denied the rape claims.

“‘Mr. Black’s intends to hold Vigdor fully accountable for his unlawful behavior,’ Susan Estrich, one of Black’s attorneys, said in a statement.

Vigdor’s partner Jean Christensen, who has represented the women suing Black, said the billionaire’s claims were “frivolous” and aimed at intimidating other women and their lawyers.

While Leon Black may be dealing the death blow to the trial against him, that’s not the sum total of his current Jeffrey Epstein-related troubles.

He is also under Senate investigation for a $158 million payment to Epstein for tax and estate planning advice, as well as a $10 million charity gift – the same month that one of his ex-girlfriends was transferred to a mysterious ‘e trust’ Payment was received. ,

The money was in exchange for her silence about her romance with Black, a married billionaire with four children.

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More financial ties linking Leon Black to Jeffrey Epstein surface – the billionaire financier was the sole donor to a dubious charity run by the late pedophile


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