The compensation fund set up for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims paid out nearly $121 million before it ended Monday — on the eve of the two-year anniversary of the pedophile’s death.
The case’s Victims’ Compensation Program began distributing money a little more than a year ago and made offers totaling nearly $125 million to about 150 women — with the fund ultimately paying out $121 million, according to fund administrator Jordana Feldman.
If victims opted to accept the fund’s offer to them, they had to sign a release not to bring more legal action against the estate.
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Epstein compensation fund pays out nearly $121M to victimsEpstein compensation fund pays out nearly $121M to victims