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Jes Staley Accused of ‘Aggressively’ Raping Jeffrey Epstein Victim ‘With His Permission’

Jes Staley, Former Barclay’s boss has been accused of aggressively raping women at Jeffrey Epstein’s Virgin Island Orgy Island.

A court has agreed to this definition and has not dismissed the charges against Staley. Staley, a former private banking chief at JP Morgan, is alleged to have ‘used aggressive force in his sexual assault of [anonymous victim ‘JPM Jane Doe’]. He then told her that he had Jeffrey Epstein’s permission to do just what he had done to her.

US District Court Judge Jed S. Rakoff issued a ruling allowing specific claims against Epstein’s estate to move forward. It is the first direct accusation of sexual assault against Staley at the behest of Epstein.

Staley admits his friendship with Epstein by he denies that he ever sexually assaulted any of his victims with or without Epstein’s permission.

This case is about whether or not J P Morgan Bank and their CEO Jamie Dimon and how they helped facilitate Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking venture. J P Morgan is also suing Staley, claiming that he kept secret a deal he made with Epstein.

Epstein would steer investors to J P Morgan and Staley would use his influence to help keep Epstein’s actions secret. He was in essence offering to help cover up Epstein’s crimes according to prosecutors.

Sarnoff, who is a Georgetown University senior fellow and wrote the Epstein book “Trafficking” continued:

“This ups the ante for Dimon and Jes Staley since human trafficking is a globally profitable business and banks are the engine that keep human trafficking networks-great and small-operational.”

From The New York Post

Sarnoff, who is a Georgetown University senior fellow and wrote the Epstein book “Trafficking” continued, “This ups the ante for Dimon and Jes Staley since human trafficking is a globally profitable business and banks are the engine that keep human trafficking networks-great and small-operational.”

Victims claim Epstein agreed to bring wealthy clients to JPMorgan in exchange for Staley — who was head of JPMorgan’s private banking division from 2000 to 2009 — using his influence with the bank to protect Epstein and his illegal human trafficking and sex crimes.

The federal judge last month ordered JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon to set aside two days for depositions about what he knew about the bank’s relationship with sex offender and former client Jeffrey Epstein.

The US’s largest bank faces lawsuits seeking damages by women who claim that Epstein sexually abused them, and by the US Virgin Islands, where the late financier had a home.

An Oct. 23 trial is scheduled.

JPMorgan is separately suing former private banking chief Staley, claiming he concealed from the bank all he knew about Epstein.

Staley engaged in a pervy discussion of Disney princesses with Jeffrey Epstein in July 2010, according to several emails cited in the court papers.

“That was fun,” Staley allegedly wrote to Epstein, “Say hi to Snow White.”

“[W]hat character would you like next?” Epstein allegedly responded. “Beauty and the Beast,” Staley shot back.

JP Morgan didn’t immediately comment today, but previously said in a statement, “The plaintiffs’ counsel know our CEO has no relevant knowledge, but persist with this media stunt,” JPMorgan said in a statement. “A review of more than two decades of emails and other documents makes it clear that he had no involvement with Epstein or his accounts. He does not recall ever meeting, speaking or communicating with him.”

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