A mystery woman is suing for Epstein’s cash, saying she’s “virtually bankrupt” from having to defend herself against accusations relating to the pedophile’s sex crimes.
Kate Briquelet is a senior reporter covering crime and corruption at The Daily Beast. She previously spent three years as an enterprise reporter for the New York Post, where she exposed dirty deals in the the city's affordable housing system. She has appeared on Dateline, 48 Hours, CNN and MSNBC.
Britney Ujlaky had been friends for years with Bryce Dickey on the rodeo circuit and he grieved her death on Facebook. But authorities say he betrayed her.
Britney Ujlaky dreamed of winning the title of Rodeo Queen in her rural Nevada town—but her life was tragically cut short and her family is pleading for answers.
Ghislaine Maxwell “receives regular threats to her life and safety, which have required her to hire personal security services and find safe accommodation,” states the complaint.
The jury found Avenatti guilty of extorting Nike and of defrauding his client in an effort to make millions of dollars.
Despite a lawyer's vacation plans and “voluminous” discovery materials, the case was set to proceed faster than defense attorneys hoped.
Federal prosecutors accused the celebrity attorney of shaking down Nike to pay off his debts during opening arguments in court today.
Prosecutors are concerned that Michael Avenatti’s lawyers could suggest the Nike extortion case is political payback.
Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged madam of Jeffrey Epstein, told a court today that sealed documents in the case list the names of the wealthy and people living abroad.
Police finally found a 14-year-old wanted for questioning in the slaying of Barnard College student Tessa Majors. But they released him hours later without charges.