Google co-founder reportedly among those subpoenaed in JPMorgan-Epstein lawsuit


Google co-founder Sergey Brin is among the wealthy men who received a subpoena this week in the lawsuit over JPMorgan Chase & Co.s JPM, +1.21% ties to Jeffrey Epstein, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing unnamed sources. The others who were subpoenaed by the U.S. Virgin Islands are Thomas Pritzker, executive chairman of Hyatt Hotels Corp. H, +1.65% ; Mortimer Zuckerman, a real estate magnate and owner of U.S. News & World Report; and Michael Ovitz, a former Hollywood talent agent, according to the Journal. Brin remains a board member of Alphabet GOOG, +2.65% GOOGL, +2.81%, the parent company of tech giant Google. The U.S. Virgin Islands sued JPMorgan last year, saying the bank helped facilitate Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking and abuse. The subpoenas ask the men for any communications related to JPMorgan and Epstein, but it’s unclear why, the Journal said.

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