One of ’s victims said she never felt like  had her best interests at heart when, as a U.S. Attorney in Miami, Acosta made a secret 2008 plea deal with Epstein, a billionaire financier and convicted child sex offender.

“I never felt like the U.S. Attorney was on my side,” survivor Courtney Wild  of Acosta, who is now U.S. secretary of labor, on Tuesday.

Lawmakers and advocates have amid revelations that he gave a secret and unusually lenient deal to Epstein in 2008 on prostitution charges involving underage girls. Acosta and the other prosecutors working on the case broke the law by keeping the plea agreement secret from more than 30 of Epstein’s victims, a judge ruled earlier this year.

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