- Google founder Sergey Brin, former Disney exec Michael Ovitz and two different billionaires are set to face subpoenas in a lawsuit towards JPMorgan Chase by the US Virgin Islands authorities over Jeffrey Epstein’s intercourse trafficking.
- The subpoenas have been first reported by the Wall Road Journal.
- Along with Brin and Ovitz, subpoenas will likely be despatched out to Thomas Pritzker and Mort Zuckerman, CNBC has confirmed.
A mug shot of Jeffrey Epstein launched by the US Division of Justice.
Supply: US Division of Justice
Google founder Sergey Brin, former Disney exec Michael Ovitz, Hyatt Inns CEO Thomas Pritzker and Mort Zuckerman, a fourth billionaire, are being sued by the US Virgin Islands authorities in a lawsuit towards JPMorgan Chase associated to subpoenaed for Jeffrey Epstein intercourse trafficking.
The subpoenas have been first reported by the Wall Road Journal on Friday.
The subpoenas require notices and paperwork associated to the financial institution and Epstein, The Journal famous.
Information of the subpoenas comes three days after it was reported that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon will reply questions beneath oath within the lawsuit, which alleges the financial institution ignored crimson flags about Epstein for years and continues to maintain him as a consumer.
Final week, the Virgin Islands famous in a press launch that they “declare JPMorgan Chase might have prevented the hurt and trauma suffered by the survivors of Jeffrey Epstein’s heinous abuse.”
“However as an alternative, the financial institution selected to look the opposite approach on these authorized issues whereas persevering with to make use of their banking relationship to develop their enterprise with new shoppers launched by Epstein,” the press launch reads.
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