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Billionaire Dubbed ‘Canada’s Jeffrey Epstein’ Accused of Horrific Crimes

via ABC News

Alleged victims of Canadian businessman Robert Miller, dubbed “Canada’s Jeffrey Epstein,” have recently spoken out about their experiences.

Forty-one of Miller’s alleged victims have launched a class-action lawsuit against him, seeking $200 million in restitution.

The women detailed manipulative and abusive behavior by Miller when they were young, with one victim stating that she was forced to consume alcohol and then abused. (Trending: US Troops Deliver Devastating Blow to Biden)

“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,” said one of the alleged victims.

“Since I was living in poverty, I believed his false promises,” she recalled.

“His ritual was to make me consume alcohol to make me dizzy in order to then abuse me,” remembered the alleged victim.

“He thought he was a guru, but his only goal was to satisfy his sexual urges. It was disgusting,” she said.

The witness reportedly tries to “forget and bury this traumatic experience as deep as possible inside me.”

“I am very sad that I found myself in this situation when I was young, vulnerable, and in need. I have a hard time forgiving myself. I live in shame and regret. I suffer a lot,” added the allegedly trafficked teen.

“Nothing can ever erase this passage from my life, but I hope that justice will be done so that I can finally turn the page on this horrible chapter of my life and teach a lesson to these rich and powerful men who destroy lives,” she added.

“I was never exposed to anything like that, said a victim that met Miller when she was only 12.

“I remember crying because I was so confused as to what was happening,” she recalled.

“He kept on telling me, ‘It’s OK, this is normal,’ and kept saying it’s our little secret,” revealed the alleged victim.

“I was so revolted and felt cheap,” said one of the victims about the hush money.

“I thought, I can’t keep this money anymore. It’s part of him. I threw it down the garbage chute. I didn’t want anything to do with this man ever again,” she declared.

“He took away my innocence,” she lamented.

“I wasn’t a happy-go-lucky kid anymore. … He ruined it,” said the alleged victim.

The sexual encounters detailed in the lawsuit allegedly took place in the 1990s and 2000s.

Miller, who made his fortune as the founder of Future Electronics Inc., has denied the allegations.

The accusations against Miller have drawn comparisons to Jeffrey Epstein.

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