Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein arrested charges related to sex trafficking of minors and being held in a Federal lockup in Manhattan. Today, he appeared in court and plead not guilty to charges, while others say more may come.
The charges stem for events that occurred in Florida and New York from 2002 to 2005, and after an appeals court released 2000 pages of judicial documents that pertain to Jeffrey Epstein and his partner Ghislain Maxwell, who is suspected of taking part of an international sex trafficking operations.
Epstein avoided a long sentence when he took a plea deal that included only 13 months in prison. In February, a federal judge found that the negotiations, more than a decade ago, infringed on the rights of the victims and ordered the documents unsealed.
In an interview with Fox News, a former FBI official said that federal indictments the billionaire's faces are just a placeholder for more charges to come.
Epstein has a long history of sexual assault to minors including documents that show he was banned from President Trump's Mar-a-Lago for "sexually assaulting an underage girl at the club."
Former President Clinton, however, who allegedly flew several times on Epstein's "Lolita Express," came out today denying he had anything to do with Epstein's sex trafficking operation. However, the Clinton Library refused to release any documents pertaining to the two's relationship.
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