Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers SMEAR his victims and insist the underage girls lied about their age

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Jeffrey Epstein's high-powered lawyers have smeared his victims and said the girls falsely claimed they were 18 to get into his home where he allegedly abused them.

Lawyers for the billionaire pedophile - including Roy black who successfully defended William Kennedy Smith against rape claims - are opposing a recent attempt by two victims to have Epstein's 2008 plea deal thrown out.

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Epstein's legal team is claiming that the accusers 'misrepresented their age' to enter his mansion in West Palm Beach where he allegedly had sex with them when they were as young as 14.

In documents filed on Monday, the day that Epstein pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking in New York, his Florida lawyers claimed that the women gave 'contradictory sworn statements' and 'obvious inconsistencies' which undermined the case.

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The paperwork was filed in a separate case in Florida by Roy Black, Martin Weinberg and Scott Srebnick, three of the many lawyers who have represented Epstein.

Black is best known for representing William Kennedy Smith in 1991 when he was tried on rape charges, which ended in an acquittal.

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In the past Epstein also hired superlawyers Alan Dershowitz and Kenneth Starr, who worked on the investigation that led to the impeachment of Bill Clinton.

Epstein, who used to be friends with Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, was arrested on Saturday over allegations which could see him jailed for 45 years.

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Prosecutors allege that he created a 'vast network' of girls who he would pay for sex and to recruit others to be abused by him.

Epstein has denied one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors.

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He has faced justice before and in 2008 he was investigated by police in Florida which led to a sweetheart non prosecution deal under which he served...
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