Jeffrey Epstein accuser Courtney Wild speaks about alleged sexual abuse

Clay Curtis
July 19, 2019

"Epstein is a convicted sex offender whose crimes are reprehensible, and his association with these gifts to the university is concerning", the press release states.

Epstein also made a $1,000 donation to the Wexner Center for the Arts Membership Fund in 1990.

Epstein is accused of arranging for girls under the age of 18 to perform nude "massages" and other sex acts, and of paying some girls to recruit others, in NY and Florida from at least 2002 to 2005.

When police found child pornography in his NY mansion, they also found an old passport which showed a photo of him, but a different name and a residence in Saudi Arabia as well as large quantities of diamonds. If convicted, he could face up to 45 years in prison. Epstein has pled not guilty.

Judge Richard Berman said he will decide whether or not Epstein will make bail later this week.

Financier Jeffrey Epstein says his finances are too complex to provide an immediate valuation of his assets to a federal judge.

In the meantime, they said that Epstein's brother, Mark, is prepared to sign a bond "in the full amount of his own net worth, which exceeds $100 million", to secure Epstein's pre-trial release.

Prosecutor Alex Rossmiller argued that given his wealth, Epstein poses an "extraordinary risk of flight". They've pointed to his private planes and worldwide residences, describing him as a man of "nearly infinite means".

"The defendant's possession of what purports to be a foreign passport issued under an alias gives rise to the inference the defendant knows how to obtain false travel documents and/or assume other, foreign identities", he wrote in the filling. "Such ready cash and loose diamonds are consistent with the capability to leave the jurisdiction at a moment's notice".

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Federal prosecutors have charged multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein with sex trafficking of minors and paying victims to recruit other underage girls, accusing Epstein of creating a network that allowed him to sexually abuse dozens of young victims.

Accuser Courtney Wild told reporters at a news conference here that Epstein "will never stop sexually abusing children until he is in jail".

He noted that several people who said they are among Epstein's victims and opposed bail were in attendance, and that they may speak at the hearing.

"But you are not alone, and this was not your fault".

His attorneys touted his good behavior in recent years when asking a federal judge to release Epstein to a set of bail conditions that include confinement to his NY mansion and a wearable satellite tracking device.

The 81-year-old OH billionaire sent an email to his employees on Monday in the wake of the Epstein saga in which the NY financier was charged with sexually abusing underage girls. Wild's accusations are now not allotment of that indictment.

Epstein's lawyer, Martin Weinberg, said his client has not committed crimes since pleading guilty to charges of soliciting a minor for prostitution in Florida in 2008 and that the federal government is reneging on a 12-year-old plea deal not to prosecute him.

Wild was an unnamed victim in the 2008 lawsuit against the Department of Justice for the secret plea deal that allowed Epstein to avoid similar charges.

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