JPMorgan legal fees in Jeffrey Epstein sex traffic cases near $14 million, former exec reveals

(CNBC) JPMorgan Chase has racked up nearly $14 million in legal fees defending itself against two lawsuits alleging it abetted the sex trafficking by its longtime customer Jeffrey Epstein, according to lawyers for a former top executive who says he is being scapegoated by the huge bank.

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