Jeffrey Epstein’s $6.5 million donation to Harvard University under new scrutiny after sex trafficking arrest

The arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein on sex trafficking charges has renewed questions on whether Harvard University should give back millions he donated to the school more than a decade ago.

Epstein, 66, was charged Monday with sexually abusing dozens of girls, some as young as 14, and allegedly paying some victims to recruit other young girls. Epstein pleaded not guilty. His defense attorneys have argued the allegations were settled in Florida in 2008, the Associated Press reported, with one lawyer calling the charges “ancient stuff.” Epstein signed a secret plea agreement with Florida prosecutors in 2008 that his victims were never told about.

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