Financier Jeffrey Epstein has been accused by one of his accuser’s lawyers of having “improper sexual conduct” with young women while he was in Florida “jail.”
Attorney Brad Edwards, who represents Epstein accuser Courtney Wild and several other alleged victims, claims that Epstein’s 13-month jail sentence, the result of a plea bargain with federal prosecutors in Florida, failed to prevent the man, who is accused of sexually assaulting numerous underage girls, from having “improper sexual contact” with young women. He was reportedly allowed participate in a work-release program that permitted him to spend up to 16 hours a day, six days a week at an office in West Palm Beach that housed his non-profit organization, the Florida Science Foundation.
During this time, he reportedly had some “office visitors, some who were flown to him from New York and continuing to engage in similar conduct, literally while he was in ‘jail.'” The exact age of the visitors is unknown, but none are believed to have been under the age of 18.