Billionaire Leon Black is being accused of flying a Russian model against her consent "to satisfy the sex needs" of his best buddy, Jeffrey Epstein.
The shocking claims come in the latest filing in the lawsuit against the ex-CEO brought on by former model Guzel Ganieva.
According to Ganieva, Black "made multiple comments to Ms. Ganieva about Epstein’s sexual proclivities" and told her that Epstein flew “very young girls” on his private jet.
She alleges that Black said “he [Epstein] takes care of the little girls” and was “doing a great job with it.” The suit does not specify if any of the alleged girls were under 18 years old.
The boldest claim Ganieva makes is that Black flew her “to Florida without her consent, to satisfy the sex needs of Epstein, his ‘best friend.’”
The model says the alleged incident happened in October 2008 when she agreed to a lunch with Black, but when the billionaire arrived, he reportedly told her they were flying to Florida to meet an unnamed friend.
Once they boarded the private jet, Black allegedly informed Ganieva that they were meeting his "friend" Epstein.
The model says that when they arrived at Epstein's Palm Beach mansion, things took a dark turn.
"Black and Epstein were situated close to one another, each facing Ms. Ganieva while in almost supine positions, as if they were waiting for her to get on top of them. Indeed, Black indicated with his eyes that he wanted Ms. Ganieva to come and lay in between him and Epstein," the lawsuit states.
Ganieva says she was "alarmed and shocked," and "remembers standing in front of them unable to say anything while they just stared up at her, saying nothing, but clearly expecting her to do something."
"As she continued to stand there in silence, Black became visibly annoyed. He eventually told her to leave the room," the documents read, adding that Ganieva claims she did not have sex with Epstein.
According to Ganieva, "Black did not speak to her on the flight back to New York." She also claims that he warned her not to speak about the trip, allegedly threatening to frame her if she did.
“Black specifically used heroin as an example of an illicit drug that would be problematic for her if he planted it on her,” the lawsuit states.
In June, the model sued Black claiming he defamed her after denying her allegations that he “sexually harassed and abused” her and forced her to sign a nondisclosure agreement.
According to Ganieva, Black would perform “sadistic” acts on her, claiming that "on some occasions, the pain was so extreme that Ms. Ganieva believes she lost consciousness or fainted."
In July, the billionaire responded to her lawsuit, calling her accusations “a work of fiction," and claimed they had a "consensual affair."