Jeffrey Epstein Victim Comp Program Set To Launch
ALLEGED VICTIMS OF JEFFREY EPSTEIN CAN START FILING CLAIMS TO BE COMPENSATED FOR HIS ALLEGED ABUSE
(CNN) – Alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein can start filing claims on Thursday to be compensated for his alleged abuse.
The multimillionaire financier died in federal prison in August awaiting trial.
He was accused of sexually abusing underage girls and running a sex trafficking ring.
The alleged victims can now be compensated by his estate funds.
Jordana Feldman, who worked with the September 11th victim compensation fund is spearheading the program.
According to court documents, she will vet claims and decide how much money each person is awarded.
Any alleged victim who accepts compensation, concedes the right to any future litigation against Epstein’s estate.