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In 2001 and 2003, Hoffenberg sued law offices active in the Towers instance, that he reported had wrongly benefited from Towers’ ill-gotten gains.

In 2001 and 2003, Hoffenberg sued law offices active in the Towers instance, that he reported had wrongly benefited from Towers’ ill-gotten gains.

Federal judges tossed both complaints. In 2013, he sued the authorities, on the part of his or her own victims, for perhaps perhaps maybe not doing more to greatly help manage to get thier money-back. This time around, the judge threatened their attorney with sanctions for a “frivolous” action, and Hoffenberg withdrew.

Out of jail, now inside the 70s, Hoffenberg picked within the appropriate path. In 2015, he filed a petition in federal court naming Epstein given that formerly unnamed “co-conspirator” cited into the federal situations against Hoffenberg’s Ponzi schemes.