US Virgin Islands accuses executives of ignoring Epstein ‘nymphettes’ while bank says territory ‘looked the other way’

The US Virgin Islands unveiled new accusations against JP Morgan over the bank’s ties to former client Jeffrey Epstein, including executives discussing how the disgraced late financier surrounded himself with “nymphettes”.

JP Morgan countered that the US Virgin Islands was also to blame for allowing Epstein’s sexual abuse of young women and teenage girls, saying the territory used its powers to enable these crimes.

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