Transcript for 3 new accusers take aim at estate of Jeffrey Epstein
Now, to major developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case. Three more victims suing his estate. And two say it happened while he was under house arrest and during work release while he was wearing an ankle bracelet. Here's linsey Davis. Reporter: Tonight, three new accusers are taking aim at the estate of Jeffrey Epstein, including two women who claim they were coerced into sex with Epstein during his work release back in 2009. The alleged incidents took place at his office and his home while Epstein was even wearing an ankle monitor. He was having office visitors, some who were flown to him from New York and continuing to engage in similar conduct literally while he was in quote unquote jail. Reporter: One accuser claims she was 17 when she was first groomed by Epstein in New York back in 2007, during the same time he was under federal investigation for alleged sex crimes against more than 30 minor girls. It comes as we're learning new details about Epstein's will, signed just two days before his suicide. His estate valued at nearly $578 million, including $56 million in cash and $18 million in planes, cars and boats. The value of his collection of artwork and antiques still subject to appraisal. Epstein's sole surviving relative is his brother mark. We know that Epstein set up a trust, we just don't know who the beneficiaries are. But we do know that many of these alleged victims were seeking justice and now they won't get a criminal trial against Epstein. By filing some of these lawsuits, their attorneys are going after those assets, David. Linsey Davis with us again tonight. Thank you.
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