A series of new lawsuits from Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers, filed overnight against the disgraced financier’s estate, laid out fresh allegations of abuse, and shed new light on how Epstein used his network of businesses to operate an alleged child-sex trafficking ring that landed him under federal indictment before his death earlier this month.

According to the filings, Epstein and those close to him used a network of eight companies to operate an “enterprise” that yielded vast power, wealth and resources to threaten and cajole the women and young girls he brought into his orbit.

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