Harvard admits it received $9MILLION from pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein
- Harvard University has admitted that it received funding from Jeffrey Epstein and his foundations over a decade period ending in 2007
- Harvard has previously insisted it did not take money from Epstein after 2008, the year he was convicted as a sex offender
- Epstein gave a $6.5 million contribution to establish Harvard’s Program for Evolutionary Dynamics in 2003
- He also gave another $2.4 million in total gifts to support Harvard in the ten years prior to 2007
Harvard has revealed that it received about $9million directly from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and his foundations
Harvard has revealed that it received about $9 million from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and his foundations.
The elite university admitted that it received the funding over a decade period that ended in 2007.
In a letter to the community published on Thursday night, Harvard president Larry Bacow said the school was expanding its Epstein probe.
‘Epstein’s behavior, not just at Harvard, but elsewhere, raises significant questions about how institutions like ours review and vet donors,’ Bacow said.
‘Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes were repulsive and reprehensible. I profoundly regret Harvard’s past association with him.’
Epstein is pictured in a Harvard sweater during a chat with Professor Alan Dershowitz