At least 14 new women in Florida and New York come forward to accuse Jeffrey Epstein of abuse - including at least five who were minors - while New Mexico opens probe into sex crimes against 'multiple victims' at his ranch | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


At least 14 new women in Florida and New York come forward to accuse Jeffrey Epstein of abuse - including at least five who were minors - while New Mexico opens probe into sex crimes against 'multiple victims' at his ranch

At least 14 new women have come forward to accuse Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse - including at least five who were minors at the time of the allegations.

Four have approached New York lawyer David Boies following Epstein's arrest over claims he abused dozens of underage girls in New York and Florida in the early 2000s, The Miami Herald reports.

Ten more are said to have gone to other lawyers who have represented those who accused the 66-year-old billionaire previously.

It is thought at least five of those who have come forward in the light of new charges were underage at the time they say registered sex offender Epstein abused them.

And in New Mexico, where Epstein did not have to register as a sex offender, a probe into alleged sex crimes against multiple survivors at his ranch has been launched.

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