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AFTERMATH – The death of Jeffrey Epstein last week in a Manhattan jail cell has complicated the path for victims of the disgraced financier seeking to recover from his estate, with a slew of questions remaining about his assets. Tom McParland reports that while lawyers for the victims of the alleged sex trafficker have vowed to move ahead with civil suits against his estate, it remains largely unknown how much money he had and where he kept it. Those questions, attorneys said, would be key to probate proceedings, which likely will take place in the U.S. Virgin Islands, which prosecutors identified as Epstein’s primary residence before his arrest in early July.

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