"It's still going to be a rough road ahead": Epstein accusers speak out in court
Tuesday, 27 August 2019 Alleged sexual abuse victims of Jeffrey Epstein testified in court on Tuesday. Even though he's dead, the judge wanted to give his accusers the opportunity to speak. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi joined CBSN with the latest.
More than a dozen of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers poured out their anger toward the financier at a Tuesday hearing, taking advantage of an extraordinary opportunity to be heard in court after his jailhouse suicide denied them the chance to testify against him at his sex-trafficking trial.
New York authorities have fined Deutsche Bank $150 mln over failures including the services it provided to Jeffrey Epstein - the former financier who committed suicide while awaiting trial on charges of trafficking minors. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Newser reports Ghislaine Maxwell, the girlfriend of the late Jeffrey Epstein, is now in a federal detention center in New York City. However, it isn't the one where Epstein died last year. The British former socialite, and daughter of media mogul Robert Maxwell, is accused of recruiting girls as young as 14 for Epstein to sexually abuse. She was moved to Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center on Monday and awaits a bail hearing on Friday.
ne by one, more than a dozen of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers stood before a judge and poured out their anger toward the financier Tuesday, taking advantage of an extraordinary opportunity to be heard in..
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