The ruling comes just two days before JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is set to be deposed by the hard-nosed lawyers for Jane Doe 1 and USVI, according to CNBC.
Meanwhile, JPMorgan slammed the USVI lawsuit accusing island officials of being “complicit in the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein,” who allegedly lined the pockets of politicians with campaign contributions and donations to pet projects.
“For two decades, Epstein maintained a quid pro quo relationship with USVI’s highest ranking officials. He gave them money, advice, influence, and favors,” JPMorgan claims in a May 23, 2023, filing. “In exchange, they shielded and even rewarded him, granting him more than (redacted) million in tax incentives.”
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