Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein due in court Monday

NEW YORK — Billionaire and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is set to appear in court Monday.

Epstein has been indicted on new charges related to alleged sex crimes involving minors, law enforcement sources told CNN on Saturday.

He was arrested Saturday and is expected to appear in federal court in New York on Monday.

Epstein faces charges brought by US prosecutors in Manhattan, after previously evading similar charges when he secured a non-prosecution deal with federal prosecutors in Miami.

The charges, contained in a sealed indictment, involve alleged sex trafficking crimes committed between 2002 and 2005, according to law enforcement sources. The indictment alleged that the crimes occurred in both New York and Palm Beach, Florida.

A team of federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York, along with some in the public corruption unit, have been assigned to the case.

The arrest was first reported by the Daily Beast.

Federal prosecutors could not confirm the time of Monday's court appearance.

Information from CNN was used in this report.

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