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Shopping and napping, guards ignored Jeffrey Epstein’s cell, officials say

Those details were revealed in an indictment unsealed Tuesday against the two jail employees. The indictment said neither guard made the required rounds every 30 minutes to check on inmates. Yet they filed paperwork claiming they had.

Sex with teenage girl: How British royal Prince Andrew is linked to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal

While the allegations were first made in 2015, Britain's Prince Andrew has become the centre of focus after a widely criticised interview with the BBC that aired over the weekend and went viral.


Prince Andrew talks about his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, and Britain is appalled

When Prince Andrew set out to explain his friendship with the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in a BBC interview broadcast Nov. 16, it backfired predictably.

Why these five accusers of Jeffrey Epstein want more than money

Helm is one of five women who sued Epstein’s estate in US District Court in Manhattan last week, accusing him of rape, battery and false imprisonment and seeking unspecified damages.

Britain's Prince Andrew has 'no recollection' of meeting sex accuser: Report

A picture showing the prince with his arm around Giuffre's waist from 2001 has appeared in British media. Unnamed supporters of Andrew told the Daily Telegraph newspaper in August that the picture had been faked.

Harvard reviewing nearly $9 million in donations from Jeffrey Epstein

Harvard University says it's reviewing donations from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and will donate all unspent funding to victims of sexual crimes.


MIT and Jeffrey Epstein: ‘good money, bad guy’ issue

Joichi “Joi” Ito, a tech evangelist who came to head the Media Lab in 2011, has been described as a “master networker” who connected equally effectively with both idealistic students and fatcat donors.

France making progress in Epstein probe, launches appeal

The police appeal published Wednesday on Twitter provided both a phone number and an Interior Ministry email address for victims and witnesses to use.

Jeffrey Epstein’s New York hunting ground: Dance studios

Epstein’s network of recruiters in dance studios was described in the lawsuits filed last month in US District Court in Manhattan by two women who say they were sexually exploited by Epstein, and in interviews with two dancers who had dealings with him in New York.

How a ring of women allegedly recruited girls for Jeffrey Epstein

The urgency of the investigation into Epstein’s associates was underscored Tuesday when about two dozen women offered searing accounts of how he had sexually abused them before a packed courtroom in Manhattan.