The attorney general of the Virgin Islands says Mr. Epstein and his associates used a database to track victims as young as 11 years old. New evidence shows Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused and trafficked hundreds of young women and girls on his private Caribbean island, some as recently as 2018, significantly expanding the scope of his alleged conduct, a top law enforcement official said in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday.
H/T: New York Times
According to the New York Times article, Epstein "was bringing girls as young as 11 and 12 to his secluded estate in the Virgin Islands...and kept a computerized database to track the availability and movements of women and girls."
BREAKING: US Virgin Islands sues Jeffrey Epstein estate for sex trafficking hundreds of women and girls to his island in the Caribbean for decades, some only as old as 11 and 12— Jack Posobiec🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 15, 2020
New lawsuit claims Jeffrey Epstein trafficked girls to US Virgin Islands as recently as 2018 https://t.co/hVm6ZW29mn— DeepClips (@DeepClips) January 15, 2020
🚨BREAKING: top law enforcement officer in the US Virgin Islands says Jeffrey #Epstein sexually trafficked hundreds of girls and young women on his private "Pedophile Island" as recently as 2018 and his his crimes via a web of shell companies.🤢🤮https://t.co/wgQhKpgx97— Dr. Dena Grayson (@DrDenaGrayson) January 15, 2020
NEW: Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused and trafficked young women and girls, some as young as 13, on 2 private islands in the Caribbean over nearly 2 decades, the top law enforcement official in the U.S. Virgin Islands announced at a news conference. https://t.co/jhFEnq2ABM— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 15, 2020