(TheRedWire.com) – U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George amended a 76-page complaint against Jeffrey Epstein’s estate and placed two co-executors in hot water. The complaint alleges, among other things, that Epstein and the co-executors conspired to arrange three sham marriages. According to the complaint, Epstein and his associates arranged the marriages to prevent the women’s deportation back to eastern Europe and the exposure of his human trafficking operations. The American victims were threatened with bodily harm to coerce them into the marriages.
Executors of Epstein's estate, Richard Kahn and Darren Indyke, acted as "captains" of his sex trafficking operation and played key role in sham marriage between victims, Virgin Islands AG charges. https://t.co/BIlYWEd8XA
— Stephen Brown (@PPVSRB) February 11, 2021
The suit, filed Wednesday, February 10, accuses Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn of being “captains” in Epstein’s criminal organization. The complaint alleges that the two estate co-executors knowingly coerced marriages they knew were fraudulent. In doing so, Inkdyke and Kahn helped Epstein control and sexually abuse his victims by securing the proper legal and accounting documents to perform the sham marriages.
Both men deny the charges. Attorney-General George alleged that Epstein ran a sex trafficking ring for several decades. In 2019, Epstein committed suicide in his Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.
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