‘Elusive’ Billionaire Dubbed ‘Canada’s Jeffrey Epstein’ Accused of Horrific Sex Acts with Minors

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Alleged victims of the man dubbed “Canada’s Jeffrey Epstein” are speaking out.

In an interview with The Sun published Friday, two anonymous women said Canadian business magnate Robert Miller manipulated and sexually abused them when they were young.

Forty-one of Miller’s alleged victims recently launched a class-action lawsuit against the 80-year-old, seeking $200 million in restitution.

Miller has maintained his innocence, reportedly telling employees that he “adamantly and vehemently denies the malicious allegations made against him and confirms that they are false.”

One of his alleged victims, identified in the lawsuit as Madame 7, told The Sun that she met Miller when she was 15.

“He learned about my dreams and aspirations to better manipulate me and convince me that he would take care of me, that he would pay for my studies,” she said. “Since I was living in poverty, I believed his false promises.”

“His ritual was to make me consume alcohol to make me dizzy in order to then abuse me,” she continued. “He thought he was a guru, but his only goal was to satisfy his sexual urges. It was disgusting.”

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