Writer, sexual assault victim, Ese Walter, recounts experience
Ese Walter, a writer and alleged victim of sexual assault, has recounted her experience after seeing the Netflix documentary series Filthy Rich by Jeffrey Epstein.
The American documentary series, is based on 2016-released novel by James Patterson and co-authors John Connolly and Tim Malloy.
Convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, is the subject of the documentary.
In 2020, Netflix made the series available.
“Finally brought myself to watch Jeffrey Epstein’s Netflix documentary and hearing those ladies talk, bring back memories of my experiences with a pastor.
“It is only hindsight (11 years) later that I am able to dissect all that happened, appreciate therapy and cut my family off and seeking healing online and offline.
“Especially online because I have met so many people and I have read so many stories that make me believe it wasn’t my fault.
“I was targeted like most young women and shame has kept me small all these years. No more!.
“My question this day is, why do some rich men abuse young women and underage girls?
“What actually goes on in the mind of these men? Are pedophile mentally ill or just evil? Has one of these kind of men come forward with a reason on why they abuse some women?
“Believe the pastor will have his own Netflix documentary one day. Not just him, but everyone like him. I also believe that women of these type of abuse will begin to intentionally seek healing.
“This thing can hold one down for years and years. Abuse doesn’t have to be final. I believe in seeking healing and doing the work to heal your inner child and outer adult.
“Also, remember that healing is not linear. One day at a time, we will find wholeness.
“Some of these old men user power and money to confuse teenage girls. It is crazy how much trauma can be hidden in a person.
“We will walk around dressed up, doing jobs and raising kids. We know next to nothing about trauma and especially it’s effect on the brain.
“It is such a gift to be alive in this time and to watch abusive men destroy their legacies.
“Last last, everyone go collect. Your sins will find you out. Jeffrey and R Kelly today, your favorite tomorrow”, she concluded.