I hate to say I told ya so. But I will.

Over a year ago, I raised red flags about Davis Polk & Wardwell’s investigation of Leslie Wexner, the CEO of L Brands (better known as the parent company of Victoria’s Secret) and his curious relationship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. I wrote at the time: “If I were a shareholder in publicly traded L Brands, I’d be a total pain in the you-know-where about the whole thing—like, why am I paying a firm that appears personally connected to the person under investigation?”

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