She described the fourth as a "savage sexual attack" after which he threatened that she and her family would be "physically harmed if not killed."
There is also a witness to the assault — which is extremely rare — who corroborates the story.
A "Tiffany Doe" who worked as Epstein's "party planner" from 1991-2000 and says part of her job was "to get attractive adolescent women to attend these parties."
"I personally witnessed the Plaintiff being forced to perform various sexual acts with Donald J. Trump and Mr. Epstein. Both Mr. Trump and Mr. Epstein were advised that she was 13 years old.
"I personally witnessed four sexual encounters that the Plaintiff was forced to have with Mr. Trump during this period, including the fourth of these encounters where Mr. Trump forcibly raped her despite her pleas to stop."
Arguably, it is very much in the public interest for news organisations to report that the man seeking to lead the free world is accused of having sex with an underage girl multiple times and, on one occasion, allegedly doing so violently and without her consent — even if the allegations are later proven not to be true.
The Huffington Post is one of the few places a balanced analysis of the case's viability can be found.
As legal analyst for NBC News Lisa Bloom writes: "If the Bill Cosby case has taught us anything, it is to not disregard rape cases against famous men."
"In covering a story, a media outlet is not finding guilt. It is simply reporting the news that a lawsuit has been filed against Mr. Trump, and ideally putting the complaint in context."
The context she provides is one of Trump's overt misogyny and sexualisation of women.
She points to his sexist commentary about journalist Megyn Kelly, his decades of unapologetic objectification of women and two previous sexual assault claims made against him (though later dismissed), including an accusation of rape by his first wife Ivana Trump.
Being a misogynist does not automatically make someone a rapist. But when a known misogynist who is running to be President of the United States is accused of raping an underage girl, it certainly warrants investigation.
"We live in a world where wealthy, powerful men often use and abuse women and girls," Bloom says.
"While these allegations may shock some, as a lawyer who represents women in sexual abuse cases every day, I can tell you that sadly, they are common, as is an accuser’s desire to remain anonymous, and her terror in coming forward."
If there was a death threat against her family, the child would certainly be terrified to come forward. She would be up against a dangerous and powerful man and be afraid no one would believe her and then her own life would be forfeit too.
I believe Donald Trump could make someone disappear if he wanted to, without getting his lily white (stubby) hands dirty. And I predict that even if there is truth to theses allegations, the whole affair will be neatly swept under the rug and forgotten and so will this alleged victim. This guy has way too much power already and he is a malignant, narcissistic egomaniac. He doesn't need the power to influence the lives of approximately 325,000,000 people.