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Two more women claim they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein

Two more women claim they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein
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Two more women have come forward to allege that they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein, according to CNN.

The women, identified as Jane Doe 3 and Jane Doe 4, claim in a lawsuit against the late financier and convicted sex offender's estate that Epstein victimized them decades ago in New York and South Carolina.

Jane Doe 3 makes allegations similar to other alleged victims of Epstein, saying he took photos of her in her underwear when she was attempting to launch a modeling career in New York City and claiming he eventually sexually assaulted her in 1990.

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Jane Doe 4 alleges that she met Epstein on Hilton Head Island, S.C., in the mid-1980s when she was 13 years old and was lured under the promise of a babysitting job to his vacation home, where he gave her alcohol and drugs and sexually assaulted her.

Their lawsuit seeks $100 million in compensatory and punitive damages as well as legal fees.

The filing in the Southern District of New York comes shortly after nine other women also sued Epstein’s estate, alleging he sexually assaulted and abused them at various residences in New York, Florida, New Mexico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he owned a private island.

Epstein, who served a 13-month sentence in 2008 after pleading guilty to felony solicitation for prostitution and trafficking of a minor, was arrested on trafficking charges in July but died in custody at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center.