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Jeffrey Epstein accuser expands lawsuit against estate, alleged enablers

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019
A New York woman who said Jeffrey Epstein began grooming her for sex when she was 14 and later raped her expanded her lawsuit against his estate, naming several women who allegedly enabled the financier's abuses and seeking to block the estate from shielding his assets from victims.
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