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Jeffrey Epstein victim appeals ruling that bars her from receiving restitution and legal remedies despite judge ruling pedophile's plea deal was illegal Courtney Wild is appealing a ruling that bars Jeffrey Epstein's victims from seeking restitution from the US government Judge Kenneth Marra said plaintiffs were not entitled  to compensation for the cost of their legal bills or access to select files detailing the investigation  Marra wrote that the women could be happy that they were able to shine a national spotlight on the epidemic, empowering other women to come forward 

By Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com

Published: 20:13 BST, 1 October 2019 | Updated: 20:13 BST, 1 October 2019

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One of Jeffery Epstein's victims is appealing a decision stating that she and other women cannot seek restitution from the government for the illegal plea deal they made with the convicted pedophile. 

Courtney Wild filed a petition with the appeals court on Monday to reverse a ruling that she said turned the Crime Victims' Rights Act into a 'hollow promise.'

Her attorneys state that the court should award attorneys' fees and other legal remedies sought by Wild and another victim - refereed to as Jane Does 1 and 2 - in a lawsuit against the US Justice Department. 

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