The fund’s administrator says late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s estate appears to have “sufficient liquidity to pay the claims” even though well over 70 women may apply.
A fund set up to compensate victims of the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein opened for claims, enabling dozens of women attacked by the financier when they were as young as 14 to seek a cut of his $630 million estate.
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