Money Manager Said to Plan to Plead Guilty to Prostitution Charges

Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein, the millionaire New York money manager accused of soliciting underage prostitutes, are negotiating a plea deal with prosecutors and trying to keep Epstein from having to register as a sex offender if he pleads guilty, sources familiar with the case have confirmed to ABC News. Epstein was charged in July 2006 with solicitation of prostitution — a felony that carries up to five years in prison — for allegedly paying underage girls to give him erotic massages in his...Full Story
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