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Epstein tied to $336K donated to Wexner Center at Ohio State

Settlement reached in Jeffrey Epstein case
Posted at 8:03 PM, Apr 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-12 14:30:44-04

COLUMBUS — A review released by Ohio State University on Thursday identified $336,000 in donations and pledges that the university received from Jeffrey Epstein and his foundation.

The school said it is donating that sum to the Ohio Attorney General's Human Trafficking Initiative.

All the donations went to the Wexner Center for the Arts, a museum bearing the family name of billionaire L Brands Leslie Wexner.

Epstein worked as Wexner's personal money manager in the late 1980s. T

he review was ordered after Epstein's arrest last year on federal sex trafficking charges.

He was convicted and died in prison.