Prosecutors UNSEAL Epstein indictment and it's looking really bad

Bill Clinton's alleged friend Jeffrey Epstein is getting worse news every day! Prosecutors have unsealed his indictment and it's starting to look really bad for him because of the crimes he is accused of participating in. Epstein, the fund manager, has apparently used his money and power to sexually abuse "dozens of young girls" at one of the largest mansions located in Manhattan. He allegedly paid them hundreds for the encounters and then he also paid them hundreds more if those girls brought more people into the United States for him to also abuse, which is information coming directly from the prosecutors based on a report posted by Bloomberg.

Bloomberg's report continued, stating that "federal prosecutors are charging him with sex trafficking and conspiracy. They’re seeking to send him prison for years and seize that Manhattan home.

The indictment unsealed on Monday against the well-connected financier came days after his arrest upon returning from overseas and just hours after federal agents used a crowbar to enter the townhouse. The charges, which include sex acts with girls as young as 14, carry a minimum of 10 years in prison if he’s convicted. Prosecutors in Manhattan asked a judge to hold Epstein in jail until his trial; his bail hearing will resume on July 15."


It was also reported that U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said, during a New York news conference, that Epstein created an "ever-expanding web of new victims."  Berman encouraged other victims to come forward and share their story if they were abused by Jeffery Epstein.

Epstein also put in his plea in court when he basically whispered, “Not guilty, your Honor.”

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