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France says it has interviewed 3 alleged Jeffrey Epstein victims, urges any more to come forward

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
French police revealed Wednesday they have interviewed three people claiming to be victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sexual exploitation and are urging any others to come forward.
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