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New Jeffrey Epstein Scandal Developments

Jeffrey Epstein made a lot of charitable donations before his arrest. The Daily Beast reports that he gave $891,440 to a dozen different non-profits. And now reports have surfaced about a special meeting Prince Andrew had with his mother Queen Elizabeth over the Epstein scandal.

A Lithuanian ballet company and an Italian psychology group that offers psychotherapy and sexual counseling were two of the beneficiaries of Jeffrey Epstein’s largess. The money was distributed by Epstein’s organization Gratitude America Ltd.

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Well at least he gave a lot to Tzedaka. That’s one of the ways do tsuvah, repent.

Meanwhile across the pond in England one of Jeffrey Epstein’s buddies is having his own troubles. The Sun reports that mommy called her 60 year old man boy son Andrew in for a meeting. Prince Andrew had been in internal exile from the Royal Family for almost six months. A family insider was quoted as saying, “The Queen and Andrew will have lots to discuss. So much has come out over the summer. The Queen wants to be kept informed and she will not be back at Windsor until early October.”

And now comes word that Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George has asked for access Tuesday to sealed papers in a civil case over Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking. The NY Daily News reports that the motion was brought in a filing with the Federal Court in Manhattan.



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