Jeffrey Epstein Paid for Illicit Encounters in Cash

Jeffrey Epstein Paid for Illicit Encounters in Cash

( – The US Virgin Islands filed a federal lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against JPMorgan Chase for reportedly enabling the late Jeffrey Epstein to conceal financial transactions related to his human trafficking network. Recently court disclosures indicate Epstein paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to facilitate illicit encounters.

On March 7, Conservative Brief published a detailed exposé discussing the emergence of “explosive new details” contained in recently unsealed court documents in the case. Virgin Island officials released previously redacted portions of its complaint and demand for a jury trial.

The newly revealed passages detail payments sent by the bank to Epstein’s victims exceeding a million dollars “collectively” between 2003 and 2013. Prosecutors were able to establish that Epstein “withdrew more than $775,000” during that time frame. The newly revealed portions of the document also noted Epstein had a reputation for paying “cash” for massages and other illicit “encounters.”

The Financial Times reported several JPMorgan employees were having their communications reviewed as the Virgin Islands case and another lawsuit filed by an Epstein victim wind their way through the courts. The news outlet also reported that lawyers representing the banking giant were actively trying to block efforts by the plaintiffs to depose CEO Jamie Dimon.

Additionally, the newly released documents contain portions of roughly 1,200 emails between Epstein and former Barclays CEO Jes Staley over four years, ending in 2012. Staley worked as Epstein’s private banker at JPMorgan at the time.

The two men reportedly shared nude photographs of some of Epstein’s victims. They also discussed the youngsters referencing material from Disney movies. For instance, the emails contained inexplicable references to “Beauty and the Beast” and “Snow White.”

Staley stepped down as Barclay’s head in late November 2022 following a probe into his relationship with Epstein. The United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority conducted the investigations after Epstein’s 2019 arrest.

As a side note, Conservative Brief reported in mid-February that the courts were preparing to release a list of alleged Epstein associates. His prior connections to Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Bill Gates are common knowledge.

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