Jeffrey Epstein's accusers speak out on alleged sexual abuse in court

Nearly two dozen accusers shared what they allegedly experienced on the alleged sex trafficker's private Caribbean island; many mentioned his associate Ghislaine Maxwell, who has denied wrongdoing.
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Now, to the outrage here in New York City tonight. A powerful moment in federal court. More than a dozen accusers of Jeffrey Epstein speaking out. Virginia guy fray among the women who went in front of the cameras today, escalating her fight, and she is now demanding answers from prince Andrew. Here's ABC's chief national affairs correspondent Tom llamas tonight. Reporter: Today, nearly two dozen of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers packing a Manhattan courtroom, their message clear -- he may be dead, but their quest for justice is still alive. It was both empowering and infuriating that the person I needed to hear those words is not here to hear them. Reporter: Chauntae Davies described in chilling detail being raped by Jeffrey Epstein on his private island in the caribbean. Makes me sick to my stomach there are perpetrators who obviously helped him in many ways. Reporter: But in court, prosecutors vowing to pursue any co-conspirators. One name brought up by multiple accusers, British soerl socialite and Epstein associate ghislane Maxwell, who has not been charged with any crime and has denied all wrongdoing. We need to get to the bottom of everyone who was involved with that, starting with ghislane Maxwell. Reporter: Virginia Roberts Guiffre says Maxwell recruited her to be a teenage sex slave to Epstein. She has also claimed Epstein ordered her to have sex with some of his powerful friends including prince Andrew, something the prince has denied. Over the weekend, prince Andrew releasing a statement, admitting his friendship with Epstein, but saying in part, "At no stage during the limited time I spent with him did I see, witness, or suspect any behavior of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction." Out of court, guy fray firing back. He knows exactly what he's done and I hope he comes clean about it. Reporter: David, inside of that courtroom, prosecutors made it clear their investigate is far from over. But the big question tonight, what happens if investigators want to speak with prince Andrew? Now, there are multiple reports saying that prince Andrew will cooperate with investigators. Tom llamas with us again tonight. Thank you, Tom.

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