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Did Epstein Continue Sex Abuse In Jail?

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Did Epstein Continue Sex Abuse In Jail?

Did Epstein Continue Sex Abuse In Jail?

Brad Edwards represents some of the women who have accused wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse.

At a press conference he said Epstein continued to abuse women during his 13-month jail sentence.

The sentence allowed him to work from his office six days a week.

Epstein's sentence was the result of a controversial plea deal explored by the Miami Herald in an investigative series.

He was allowed him to work 12 hours a day, six days a week from a private office.

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