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Executors of Jeffrey Epstein's estate propose victim compensation fund

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019 ()
The executors of the estate of Jeffrey Epstein said on Thursday they had asked a judge to approve the creation of a proposed fund to compensate women the financier was accused of having sexually abused.
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Lawyers for the estate of Jeffrey Epstein want to set up a fund to compensate women who have accused him of sexual abuse. The estate filed papers Thursday in the U.S. Virgin Islands asking a court there to approve the voluntary claims program.

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