New Lawsuit Accuses JP Morgan Chase Of Ignoring Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Trafficking Operation
An amended lawsuit has been filed by the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI), claiming that JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank ignored the late Jeffrey Epstein’s supposed sex trafficking operation. They also say that they let him give money to supposed victims and lackeys via a variety of shell businesses.
It is well-known that Epstein had many individuals who went to his island and who were aware of his likings to underage girls.
Reports indicate that recently discovered emails show that some executives at JP Morgan Chase were aware of his obsession and even laughed about him having a relationship with Miley Cyrus who was 16 years old back then.
Although he was jailed in 2008, Epstein was still able to remain a client of the bank which he did from 1998 to 2013. In one instance, in 2008, one executive received an email from someone wanting to know if Epstein was attending a fuction with ‘Miley Cyrus.’
“Mary Erdoes admitted in her deposition that JP Morgan was aware by 2006 that Epstein was accused of paying cash to have underage girls and young women brought to his home,” the lawsuit noted.
JP Morgan Chase is gearing up to defend themselves against the new lawsuit.