Harvard law professor recruited private investigators to track girl and suggested that the unnamed teenager was pursuing Epstein for money. Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard University professor accused alongside Prince Andrew of having sexual relations with a teenage associate of their friend Jeffrey Epstein, was also involved in an effort to discredit a teenage girl who accused Epstein of rape. The professor also suggested, in a letter obtained by the Guardian , that the girl may be pursuing Epstein, a wealthy banker, for his money, and that as a drama student, she was an expert in misleading people. She is referred to in police files as AH. She did not respond to a voice message and an email requesting comment on Tuesday. According to police files, she told investigators that when she was 16, Epstein forcibly had sex with her on a table at his mansion in Florida while she screamed at him to stop, after she had given him a massage.
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Outside court, Chartrand, a native of England who lost his fiancee and had been suspended without pay after his arrest in the case, said he'd like his job back, but that the experience "has ruined my dream to be a character. Disney spokesman Bill Warren said, "We can have a conversation with him, but at this point we really don't have a comment. Jurors found Michael Chartrand not guilty of lewd and lascivious molestation, a felony; he had faced up to 15 years in prison if convicted. Chartrand hugged his attorneys when he heard the verdict. Earlier this week, he rejected a plea offer that would have given him probation. Jurors said the tactic had no effect on their decision.
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