New complaint claims Jeffrey Epstein forced some of his victims to marry each other

MIAMI — The attorney general of the Virgin Islands late Wednesday sought to amend her civil enforcement action against the estate of Jeffrey Epstein to include new allegations of forced marriages for immigration fraud, using the U.S. territory to hide assets owned on the mainland and participation of his legal team in the criminal enterprise. Attorney General Denise George also announced in a news release that she’d added as defendants to her January 2020 civil racketeering case the co-executors of the Epstein estate — attorney Darren K. Indyke and accountant Richard Kahn. The attorney general...