Executors of Jeffrey Epstein's estate accused of complicity by US Virgin Islands

By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - The executors of Jeffrey Epstein's estate were accused on Wednesday of being the "indispensable captains" of the financier's sex trafficking scheme, escalating a legal battle that could delay compensation for Epstein's victims. Denise George, the U.S. Virgin Islands attorney general, made the accusation in an amended lawsuit naming the executors Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn as defendants, a few hours after the executors' lawyers filed papers opposing her bid to freeze the estate's assets. Both executors "categorically reject the allegations of misconduct," the...