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Lawsuit reveals details about Jeffrey Epstein's private island

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Opublikowany w dniu 02 Apr 2020 / w Dokument

Little St. James, off the coast of St. Thomas, was privately owned by convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein until his death in August. Now, a lawsuit against his estate is providing new details about how he was able to get away with his alleged crimes for so long. Mola Lenghi gets a closer look at the secluded island where the late Epstein is accused of trafficking underage girls.

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