• May 28, 2023

WHOA: Elon Musk Has Been Subpoenaed In The Jeffrey Epstein Lawsuit……

Elon Musk received a subpoena from the U.S. Virgin Islands requesting papers for its ongoing legal action against JPMorgan Chase.

The American territory said that in order to keep Jeffrey Epstein as a client, the bank encouraged his sexual offenses.

There are rumors that Epstein “may have referred or attempted to refer” Musk as a client to JPMorgan, leading the U.S. Virgin Islands to seek to serve Musk with a subpoena in April.

CNBC reported:

The USVI asked Manhattan federal court Judge Jed Rakoff in the filing to allow the government to serve Musk with the subpoena for the documents with Tesla’s registered agent.

The USVI is suing JPMorgan for allegedly enabling and benefiting from Epstein’s trafficking of young women to his private island in the Virgin Islands to be abused by him and others.

JPMorgan denies the government’s claims, which are mirrored in a separate pending civil lawsuit in Manhattan federal court by a woman who says Epstein sexually abused her.

A May 4 court filing by the USVI revealed that the government had issued a similar subpoena on Google co-founder Larry Page. The American territory previously issued subpoenas to Page’s fellow Google co-founder Sergey Brin, former Disney executive Michael Ovitz, Hyatt Hotels executive chairman Thomas Pritzker and Mort Zuckerman, the billionaire real estate investor.

In Monday’s filing, the USVI said, “Upon information and belief, Elon Musk—the CEO of Tesla, Inc., among other companies—is a high-net-worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer
to JPMorgan.”

In order to serve subpoenas in the lawsuit against Google co-founder Larry Page, the U.S. Virgin Islands claimed earlier this month that it was unable to locate him.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is scheduled to be deposed later this month.

From Fox Business:

JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon’s deposition under oath in connection with the bank’s relationship with late sex offender and former client Jeffrey Epstein has reportedly been slated for later this month, and it could be a two-day affair.

Citing a source familiar, CNBC reported Wednesday that Dimon will be deposed in one of two lawsuits against the bank involving its Epstein ties on May 26, and interviews could extend into May 27.

FOX Business has reached out to JPMorgan Chase for comment.

Epstein was a client from 2000 to 2013, with the last five years coming after he had pleaded guilty to a Florida prostitution charge.

Honestly, I do not trust Elon at all. Musk is a Decepticon. After all, just look at the choices he has made on Twitter recently.



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