What we know: The Jeffrey Epstein indictment

A photo of the front door of one of Epstein's home.
The initials "JE" and doorway damage at the Manhattan residence of Jeffrey Epstein. Photo: Bebeto Matthews/AP

The unsealed Jeffrey Epstein indictment is public, with pages of documents alleging the sexual abuse and trafficking of underage girls in Florida and New York.

What's new: The latest allegations date to the early 2000s, with 3 unnamed victims cited in the case. On Friday, federal prosecutors accused Epstein of witness tampering involving wiring $350,000 to potential witnesses and possible co-conspirators, the NYT reports.

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