Google co-founder and chairman of Hyatt Hotels is one of several subpoenas issued by billionaire in lawsuit over relationship with JP Morgan and Jeffrey Epstein
- Four of America’s richest men have been subpoenaed over their ties to JP Morgan and pedophile investor Jeffrey Epstein.
- Among them are Google co-founder Sergey Brin, Hyatt Hotels executive chairman Thomas Pritzker, and former Disney executive Michael Ovitz.
- The case revolves around JPMorgan Chase & Co. 15-year financial relationship with Epstein
The U.S. Virgin Islands investigation was led by JP Morgan Chase & Co.Turned a blind eye to Epstein’s sex trafficking.
Hyatt Hotel Chairman Thomas Pritzker and real estate investor Mort Zuckerman are also subpoenaed.
Former Disney executive turned venture capitalist Michael Ovitz has also been asked for information.
It’s not clear why investigators targeted men who are some of the richest people in the United States.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is among the three billionaires issued subpoenas this week in connection with JP Morgan’s relationship with pedophile investor Jeffrey Epstein.
A subpoena was also issued to Thomas Pritzker, Executive Chairman of Hyatt Hotels.
Mort Zuckerman, a real estate expert (left), and Michael Ovitz, a former Disney president turned venture capitalist (right), also received freedom of information orders. It is unclear why the four were targeted.
Civil litigation attorneys use subpoenas to obtain information from persons who are not parties to the litigation but who may have relevant evidence.
The order issued to the man seeks correspondence and documents related to Epstein and JP Morgan. wall street journal report.
Brin, who co-founded Google with Lary Page in 1998, is understood to be the wealthiest of those targeted, with an estimated net worth of $85.6 billion according to Forbes.
This makes him the 12th richest person in the world.
Pritzker and Zuckerman are worth $5.3 billion and $2.3 billion, respectively.
The U.S. Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit against JP Morgan in federal court in Manhattan last year.
It is also facing a second lawsuit from one of Epstein’s victims over its decision to keep him as a client through 2013.
The attorney claims it helped him transfer money to victims and that the bank took a high-value business opportunity from Epstein.
As part of the investigation, JPMorgan Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon will be fired.
Banks, however, claims it was unaware of Epstein’s crimes and cannot be held responsible.
JP Morgan is seeking dismissal of the lawsuit and has filed a lawsuit against Jess Staley, a former investment banker who enjoyed a close relationship with Epstein.
The bank claims it is responsible for legal consequences involving Epstein, and was responsible for its 15-year financial relationship.
Epstein died in prison in 2019 while awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges.His imprisonment shed light on a string of high-profile relationships, including most famous socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew
JP Morgan now alleges former investment bank chief Staley was responsible for the company’s 15-year financial relationship with Epstein
JP Morgan is seeking dismissal of the lawsuit.Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon to be fired as part of investigation
Staley has been accused of exchanging sexually suggestive emails with Epstein, some of which contained photographs of young women.
He also reportedly exchanged more than 1,000 emails from his work email account between 2008 and 2012, communicated with Epstein after his imprisonment, and made repeated visits to his Virgin Island residence. .
The message was referenced in a recently unsealed passage from a federal lawsuit.
He later became Barclays CEO and stepped down in 2021 pending an investigation.
Staley has not been charged with any activity related to Epstein.
Epstein died in prison in 2019 while awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges.
His imprisonment shed light on a string of high-profile relationships, including most famous socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew.
Dailymail.com reached out to Brin, Zuckerman and Pritzker for comment.
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