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And Acosta agreed that the deal would be kept secret from the victims, preventing them from showing up in court to try to challenge it.
In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.
He is expected to be charged with one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors.
If convicted, he could face a maximum sentence of 45 years in prison.
Law enforcement officials have said that some of Epstein’s employees — and, later, some of the girls who have said he molested them — helped recruit new victims into the financier’s scheme.
Attorneys for two of Epstein’s accusers said they hope these latest charges will finally bring the financier to justice.
An anonymous source told the Herald they believe the hearing could allow Epstein to escape trial: “If they grant him bail, he has enough money that he will disappear and they will never get him.” Epstein has long been the subject of accusations, lawsuits, and investigations by both federal and local law enforcement (and the press) for alleged sex crimes against underage girls.He was granted work release to go to a “comfortable office” for 12 hours a day, six days a week, despite the fact that the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Department prohibited work release for sex offenders.Epstein’s deal, called a “non-prosecution agreement,” granted immunity to “any potential co-conspirators,” meaning that if any of Epstein’s powerful friends were involved in his crimes, they would face no consequences.Epstein’s sex trafficking enterprise.” For years before his conviction, Jeffrey Epstein had a reputation for being seen around young girls.His bevy of famous friends have even joked about it.
Then, according to the Herald, he would offer them money to find him more girls — which some of them did, finding recruits at malls and house parties.