JP Morgan execs met with Epstein multiple times after 2013—despite claims they closed his accounts after his conviction as a sex offender

The new revelations come after court documents showed JPMorgan executives knew Epstein's comings and goings so well that "they laughed about him being out with 16-year-old Miley Cyrus."

Joshua Young North Carolina

Several senior bankers from JPMorgan Chase met with infamous child predator Jeffrey Epstein after 2013, despite claims that the company ended its relationship with the convicted sex offender that year.

According to the Wall Street Journal, who spoke with "people familiar with the matter", said that three Chase bosses, Justin Nelson, John Duffy, and Mary Erdoes met with Epstein in his New York City townhouse after 2013.

JPMorgan Chase started banking in 1998 with Epstein, who was convicted for procuring child prostitution in 2008 in Florida. 

Top lieutenant to Chief Executive Jamie Dimon, Mary Erdoes, visited the townhouse in 2011 and 2013. She had said previously that her only memory of Epstein was meeting him the day she let him go as a client.

A banker for Epstein at the financial giant, Justin Nelson, visited the townhouse approximately six times between 2013 and 2017. Nelson also visited Epstein's New Mexico ranch in 2016.

John Duffy, who "ran JPMorgan’s US private bank for the ultrarich" according to the outlet, visited the townhouse in April 2013.

At that same time compliance staffers at the bank had warned that Epstein had "unusual banking practices" but a few weeks after his meeting with Duffy, Epstein was allowed to borrow money against his accounts.

In March, a US District Judge in Manhattan allowed lawsuits to move forward against JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank AG that allege the institutions enabled Epstein's sex trafficking.

According to the Daily Mail, the new revelations come after court documents showed JPMorgan executives knew Epstein's comings and goings so well that "they laughed about him being out with 16-year-old Miley Cyrus."

The lawsuit filed by the US Virgin Islands' government also alleges that over 20 of Epstein's victims were paid through JPMorgan Chase accounts.

Internally at JPMorgan Chase, executives, including Erdoes, emailed back and forth openly about Epstein's abuse of young girls.

A separate lawsuit by an anonymous woman has been filed against the former JPMorgan Chief Executive Jes Staley alleging the banker was complicit in Epstein's sex trafficking.

Epstein was arrested on additional sex crime charges related to abusing minors, but died in 2019 under dubious circumstances that were reported as a suicide. Epstein's private plane, the "Lolita Express," was used to transport political and media figures such as Bill Gates, Prince Andrew, and Bill Clinton to the island. Epstein's victims have said he kept black books of his contacts to whom underage girls were supplied

The books used in the trial against Epstein's partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, who was found guilty of minor sex trafficking and minor sexual abuse in December of 2021 for her role in helping Epstein. She was sentenced to 20 years in prison in June 2022.

The documents were sealed in the trial and the names never released. Victims have also openly questioned why more people were not indicted in the Epstein/ Maxwell case.

Epstein owned the island of Little St. James in the Virgin Islands, which was referred to in court documents as "pedophile island."

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