Former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has filed legal papers in an effort to block an attempt by an accuser of Jeffrey Epstein to analyze an audio recording that could prove central to a contentious defamation case playing out in Manhattan federal court.

Dershowitz’ attorneys Monday called the request to produce the analogue tape to third-party forensic firms a “wholly premature, if not improper” bid to access its contents ahead of discovery.

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