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Former First Lady Of US Virgin Islands Worked For Jeffrey Epstein & Helped Get Visas For His Victims

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Former First Lady Of US Virgin Islands Helped Jeffrey Epstein Get Visas For His Victims

Former First Lady Of US Virgin Islands Helped Jeffrey Epstein Get Visas For His Victims

The then-first lady of the US Virgin Islands was a well-paid employee of already convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein — and even helped him get visas “to bring victims to his island,” according to court documents.

The startling allegations about Cecile de Jongh were made by JPMorgan Chase in response to a lawsuit brought by the islands’ attorney general over the banking giant’s own years-long financial support of the now-dead pervert.

In a filing Wednesday, the bank again made the accusation that the islands’ “government officials actively facilitated Epstein’s crimes” — with the first lady “his ‘primary conduit’ for spreading money and influence.”

 

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De Jongh ran Epstein’s business operations for several years — including when her husband, John de Jongh, was the territory’s governor, noted the filing, which included dozens of emails.

In 2007 — the year her husband took office — de Jongh was paid $200,000 in salary and bonuses by Epstein, who also paid for the power couple’s kids’ education, the documents show.

“First Lady de Jongh explicitly advised Epstein on how to buy control of the [islands’] political class” and how to pay “politicians to ensure their ‘loyalty and access,’” the filing alleges.

The first lady “proved to be a ready partner” in helping Epstein “freely transport and exploit young women” with “impunity” to his private islands, the filing alleges.

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