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Jeffrey Epstein Court Documents Claim He's Worth $559 Million

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Jeffrey Epstein Court Documents Claim He's Worth $559 Million

Jeffrey Epstein Court Documents Claim He's Worth $559 Million

Jeffrey Epstein, who has pleaded not guilty to sex-trafficking charges, appeared in a New York courtroom on Monday for a bail hearing.

Judge Richard M.

Berman said he would announce his decision on bail by Thursday, says Business Insider.

Berman has released court documents that were discussed during the hearing, including Epstein's self-reported assets.

Assets self-reported by Epstein totaled in at $559,130,954.

Judge Berman previously called these numbers unverified and unaudited.

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