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BREAKING: 9 more women accuse Jeffrey Epstein and his ‘associates’ of sexual abuse, rape; victims as young as 13

Nine more accusers have come forward alleging that Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused them, and that his friends were sometimes involved.

The New York Post obtained a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit detailing the new allegations against Epstein, and in some cases, his associates. The alleged victims, all identified as Jane Doe, claim Epstein abused them between 1985 and 2007, when the accusers were between the ages of 13 and 23.

According to the documents, seven of the nine woman allege that “Epstein and his associates sexually assaulted, abused, battered and raped” them, and two of the accusers say these incidents happened repeatedly.

The associates who allegedly participated in the abuse do not appear to be named in the lawsuit, and the plaintiffs’ lawyer Jordan Merson told the New York Post that he is continuing to investigate who else may have been involved.

“The lawsuit is filed on behalf of nine women who were sexually abused by Epstein over a course of two decades. We look forward to proceeding with discovery to determine who else was involved and achieving justice for these brave and courageous women,” Merson told the New York Post.

Epstein died in his Manhattan jail cell of an apparent suicide in August, as he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

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