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More Women Come Forward To Accuse Epstein

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More Women Come Forward To Accuse Epstein

More Women Come Forward To Accuse Epstein

The Miami Herald reported at least 12 women have reached out to lawyers with new allegations against Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein was charged on Monday with sex trafficking and conspiracy.

Prosecutors allege that he molested dozens of girls as young as 14 in a sex-trafficking operation that ran from at least 2002 to 2005.

A Palm Beach attorney said the women coming forward now have not been part of previous investigations.

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