She also retweeted a message saying if she "dies in an accident" -- she didn't.
Virginia Roberts, who claims she was abused by billionaire pedophile Epstein, has tweeted that she is not suicidal.
"I am making it publicy known that in no way, shape or form am I sucidal [sic]," the tweet read.
I am making it publicy known that in no way, shape or form am I sucidal. I have made this known to my therapist and GP- If something happens to me- in the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them. Too many evil people want to see me quiteted 🦋 https://t.co/8463mPR6YU
"I have made this known to my therapist and GP- If something happens to me- in the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them," she continued. "Too many evil people want to see me quiteted."
She posted the message to her 16k followers on Tuesday night, in response to one who suggested: "F.B.I. will kill her to protect the ultra rich and well connected..."
Roberts, who now goes by the surname Giuffre, also retweeted a message which claimed: "You aren't suicidal, and if you die in an "accident", it wasn't no accident."
66-year-old Epstein was found dead on August 10 in New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center, where he was awaiting his trial on sex-trafficking charges.
You aren't suicidal, and if you die in an "accident", it wasn't no accident.
After an autopsy, the New York City Chief Medical Examiner concluded suicide by hanging; however three neck bone fractures inconsistent with hanging have fueled the persistent theory he was strangled to death and then hung by a bedsheet to cover it up.
Roberts claims she was groomed as a teenager by Epstein's former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell to serve as his sex slave; she has also accused the Queen's son Prince Andrew of sexual abuse.
Both Maxwell and Andrew have vehemently denied the claims.
Last month the Prince suspended his public duties for the "foreseeable future" following intense negative reaction to his interview with BBC's Newsnight, in which he addressed the allegations.