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New Lawsuit Unveils Epstein’s Creepy ‘Panopticon Room’

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A new lawsuit has been filed by two women accusing Jeffrey Epstein’s former lawyer Darren Indyke and accountant Richard Kahn of enabling his sex trafficking operation.

The suit alleges the men helped set up Epstein’s complex financial infrastructure and provided cash to facilitate the abuse.

It says they were aware of and aided Epstein’s surveillance of victims, threats against them, and payments to keep them silent.

“The Epstein Enterprise would not have existed for the duration it did and at its scope and scale, without the collaboration and support of others,” the legal filing states. “No one, except perhaps Ghislaine Maxwell, was as essential and central to Epstein’s operation as these Defendants.”

“Knowing that they would earn millions of dollars in exchange for facilitating Epstein’s sex abuse and trafficking, Indyke and Kahn chose money and power over following the law,” the complaint states.

“In 2014, Epstein lured Jane Doe 3 to travel with him to several locations where either he or Ghislaine Maxwell had homes,” the complaint states.

Indyke and Kahn deny wrongdoing and say they established a victim compensation fund.

It’s the latest suit targeting Epstein associates, coming after recent settlements with banks and as 12 accusers sue the FBI for its failure to properly investigate Epstein in the 1990s.

The plaintiffs’ lawyer David Boies argues the men received millions from Epstein in exchange for their assistance.

He rejects the defendants’ claim that prior releases shield them, saying any signed under their control as estate executors would be invalid.

“As detailed in the Complaint, Defendants Indyke and Kahn received millions of dollars from Epstein and his entities,” Boies said.

“In exchange, they provided the cash necessary to make Epstein’s sex trafficking work, hid what was going on behind a maze of corporate shells, structured Epstein’s financial transactions to conceal their real purpose, and arranged sham same sex marriages to fraudulently provide a basis for keeping victims from Europe in this country.”

“Neither Mr. Indyke or Mr. Kahn has ever been found in any forum to have committed any misconduct, and they emphatically reject the allegations of wrongdoing contained in the complaint,” their lawyer Daniel Weiner, stated.

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