Jeffrey Epstein's Ex-lawyer Alan Dershowitz Boasts of 'Perfect, Perfect Sex Life' Amid Rape Allegations

High-profile lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who is tangled up in the scandal surrounding his former client Jeffrey Epstein, boasted of his "perfect, perfect sex life" during a Fox News interview defending himself against accusations of rape.

Epstein is indicted on sex trafficking charges after multiple women accused him of sexually abusing them and prostituting them out to his friends so they could do the same. Many of the women were underage at the time of the alleged abuse.

Dershowitz, a Harvard professor, was one of several lawyers who helped secure Epstein a lenient sweetheart deal with Florida prosecutors back in 2008 when he was convicted of sex offenses involving an underage girl.

Two women claimed they were forced by Epstein to have sex with Dershowitz while on the wealthy financier's private island in the Caribbean and at his New Mexico ranch, which Dershowitz denies, accusing the pair of lying.

One of the women, Victoria Roberts Giuffre, is suing Dershowitz for defamation, assisted by her lawyer, David Boies. She alleges that she was underage when coerced into having sex with Dershowitz, who in turn says she is lying for money and that he has exculpatory evidence.

"[Boies] has nothing 'cause I have him on tape admitting his client was wrong, simply wrong, and that she couldn't have been in the places she claimed to have sex with me," Dershowitz claimed to Fox News host Laura Ingraham during her show on Thursday night.

"Each of the two accusers had said I didn't do it, and then they met David Boies and he changed their minds. So they committed perjury after meeting David Boies. There's no coincidence about that. Look, Boies has about the worst record of ethical charges and ethical alleged violations of any prominent lawyer in American history."

Dershowitz said he has a theory that Boies is projecting. "David Boies has a terrible reputation for sexual activities and I've issued a challenge to him. And, look, I've had sex with one woman since the day I met Jeffrey Epstein. I challenge David Boies to say under oath that he has only had sex with one woman during that period of time," Dershowitz told Ingraham.

"He couldn't do it. So he has an enormous amount of chutzpah to challenge me, and to challenge my perfect, perfect sex life during the relevant period of time. He's doing it for money. He claims he's doing this pro bono, he's already earned enormous amounts in fees from the same people, and I'm sure he intends to earn more fees."

Dershowitz concluded: "So, I'm going to beat him and I'm going to beat him bad."

Boies did not respond immediately to Newsweek's request for comment.

In a Newsmax column published on Wednesday, Dershowitz claimed to have knowledge that The New Yorker magazine is preparing an article on him and the "false accusations" of sex crimes, claiming it is seeking to silence his defenses of Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu.

"Whether one agrees or disagrees with what I've been saying about Trump, Netanyahu, and Israel, every American should be outraged at this partisan effort by a giant of the media to stifle the marketplace of ideas by exploiting the past credibility of The New Yorker to try destroy the reputation of a public intellectual with whom they disagree," Dershowitz wrote.

"Let them publish articles challenging my views on their merits, instead of disseminating defamatory attacks that will be believed by partisans, regardless of overwhelming evidence that the accusations are false."

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Alan Dershowitz attends the 2016 New Group Gala at Tribeca Rooftop on March 7, 2016 in New York City. Dershowitz is also accused by two of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims. Donna Ward/WireImage
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