In a shocking revelation, it has been uncovered that Ruslana Korshunova, a 20-year-old Russian-Kazakh model, tragically took her own life in 2008 after a dark chapter linked her to Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious private island.
The young catwalk sensation, once the face of Nina Ricci perfume, reportedly flew to Epstein’s Little St James island on the infamous ‘Lolita Express’ shortly before her untimely death.
According to unsealed documents from Virginia Roberts-Giuffre’s 2015 defamation case against Ghislaine Maxwell, Korshunova’s name surfaced in connection to a private island trip with a wealthy male admirer.
The documents reveal that Korshunova, part of an extreme ‘self-help group’ in Russia called Rose of the World, had joined this cult-like organization after her modeling career faced setbacks.
The group, known for its ‘dehumanizing’ treatment, had a profound impact on her life.
Author and academic Peter Pomerantsev detailed Korshunova’s tumultuous journey in his 2014 book, shedding light on her heartbreaks and struggles.
The model, emotionally shattered after failed relationships with an oligarch and a luxury car dealer, sought solace in the questionable practices of the Rose of the World cult.
Tragically, not long after enrolling in their costly courses, she was found dead on the streets of New York City.
Epstein’s connection adds a disturbing layer to Korshunova’s story, raising questions about the events on the private island.
The unsealed documents also disclose that Roberts-Giuffre, when asked about Korshunova, expressed her condolences but claimed to have never met the young model.
As the dark web of Epstein’s crimes continues to unravel, the life and death of Ruslana Korshunova serve as a poignant reminder of the hidden struggles within the world of glamour and fame.