Jeffrey Epstein kept a stack of “Massage for Dummies” books to dole out to his alleged sex abuse victims, one of the claimed in lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Lisa Doe said she hired by an Epstein associate in 2002 to teach a “dance-based exercise class” at the convicted pervert’s Upper East Side mansion.
But, like so many of his other victims, Epstein quickly turned the then-17-year-old into one of his personal masseuses — forcing her to perform sexual acts during the creepy rubdowns.
After their first encounter, during which he had Lisa “squeeze his nipples as hard as she could” and forcibly used a sex toy on her while he masturbated, he gifted her one of the “Massage for Dummies” books he had piled up on the floor, the Manhattan federal court complaint said.
“Jeffrey Epstein handed the book to plaintiff and instructed her to read the entire publication before the next time she saw him,” the suit alleged. Then, he handed her $300 cash.
Lisa said during one of her first trips to Epstein’s East 71st Street manse, she was introduced to “Prince, who was there visiting as a close personal friend.”
“Prince engaged in conversation with Jeffrey Epstein and plaintiff, who was shocked that someone as powerful as a royal family member would be engaging in small talk with her,” the filing said, without identifying the royal by name.
Britain’s Prince Andrew is among prominent men who have long been accused of soliciting Epstein’s harem of underage “sex slaves.” He has denied the allegations.
Lisa, who was one of three Epstein accusers to file suit against the late pedophile’s estate on Tuesday, said by 2009, Epstein controlled “every aspect” of her life. She managed to escape a year later.
“Turning his young, illegitimate masseuses into legitimate masseuses was a common scheme of Jeffrey Epstein,” her complaint said. “He did this in an effort to add apparent legitimacy to his illegal commercial sex acts.”
Lawyers for Epstein’s estate didn’t immediately return messages.