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Jeffrey Epstein's estate is sued by U.S. Virgin Islands over alleged widespread sex abuse

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Jeffrey Epstein's estate was sued on Wednesday by the U.S. Virgin Islands, which claimed that the late accused sex offender raped and trafficked in dozens of young women and girls on a private Caribbean island he owned.
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