The banking giant settled a lawsuit from the U.S Virgin Islands accusing it of facilitating the disgraced financier’s sex ring while collecting millions.
Kate Briquelet is a senior reporter covering crime and corruption for The Daily Beast. She has appeared on Dateline, 48 Hours, and CNBC’s American Greed.
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The U.S. Virgin Islands also alleged that there could be even more victims of the high-society sex trafficker ready to come forward.
Victim Sarah Ransome says that her boyfriend, who worked for the bank at the time it was allegedly ignoring Epstein’s trafficking, urged her not to go to the authorities.
The latest revelation comes from an unredacted legal filing in the U.S. Virgin Islands’ lawsuit against JPMorgan.
The billionaire and a law firm representing his sexual assault accusers have lodged wild new claims against each other, including harassment and making up a medical diagnosis.