Epstein trafficked a top model who committed suicide

NEW YORK, NY – New light has been shed on the life of Ruslana Korshunova, a top model who tragically committed suicide by leaping from her Wall Street apartment. Recently unsealed court documents have revealed that she was among the young females flown to Jeffrey Epstein’s secluded island.

In 2006, an 18-year-old Korshunova boarded Epstein’s infamous Lolita Express. This event took place nearly two years before the Kazakh-Russian beauty, who was then represented by IMG, ended her life by jumping from her ninth-floor balcony.

Her former partner disclosed at the time that Korshunova had personal struggles that she kept hidden. Her journey to Epstein’s island happened just before Epstein was apprehended in 2006 and later found guilty of sex crimes involving underage girls.

Epstein was reported to be on the flight with Korshunova, along with three of his employees. Also on board were Stephanie Tidwell and an unnamed former UFC fighter. The details of what occurred when Korshunova arrived on Epstein’s infamous island, known for the sexual abuse of underage girls, remain unknown.

Years after her tragic demise, a lawyer for Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre asked if she recognized Korshunova from a Newsweek article on the model’s death. Giuffre responded that she had never met the model.

Korshunova, who was only 20 at the time of her death, had left detailed messages expressing her homesickness and discussing her romantic troubles. Her ex-boyfriend also revealed that she had lost a significant amount of weight in the month before her death and struggled to juggle her demanding career and personal life.

Korshunova, nicknamed “The Russian Rapunzel” for her long, flowing hair, was discovered in 2003 and quickly rose to prominence in the fashion industry. She was working with the prestigious modeling agency IMG at the time of her death. The circumstances of her meeting with Epstein are still unclear, but her flight on his private jet happened at the pinnacle of her career.