The FBI and the Justice Department are investigating how he was able to take his own life.
Attorney General William Barr previously said officials uncovered "serious irregularities" at the jail.
Investigators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the inspector-general of the Department of Justice have taken possession of the videotapes, but have released no information about what they show, including whether there were any unauthorized visitors to Epstein's cell the night he died.
He mentioned he anticipated that he'll "soon" be capable to present preliminary outcomes of the probes to Congress, in addition to to most people.
The lawsuits, filed in Manhattan federal court, bring to at least five the total number of civil cases against Epstein's estate since his death in jail on August 10. The acting chief, Hugh Hurwitz, was removed and former BOP director Kathleen Hawk Sawyer named as his replacement. "A number of them required having union representatives and lawyers before we could scheduled interviews".
The guards on Epstein's unit failed to check on him every half hour, as required, and are suspected of falsifying log entries to show they had, according to several people familiar with the matter. Women accuse the late financier of abusing them when they were children.
Homayra Sellier, who heads the France-based advocacy group, Innocence in Danger, told The Associated Press on Thursday that about 10 women have provided the group with testimony linked to Epstein.
The alleged victims are far down the pecking order among the entities that will likely line up to get a share of Epstein's estate, according to Stephen K. Urice, a law professor at the University of Miami. They said Epstein dangled his powerful connections to political and business leaders worldwide as he promised to boost their careers in exchange for sexual servitude.
Jeffrey Epstein was on sex trafficking charges that could have led to a prison sentence of as much as 45 years.
While authorities have said they'll pursue potential co-conspirators of Epstein following the man's death, an attorney said that charging Ghislaine Maxwell, widely considered to be Epstein's closest associate, will be hard.
All said the abuse continued after Epstein reached a deal with Florida federal prosecutors in 2007. Acosta served as President Donald Trump's labor secretary, though he resigned that post July 12 after Epstein's arrest raised new scrutiny of Acosta's handling of the previous case.
The enlisted properties include the pedophile's Caribbean oasis in the US Virgin Islands, where the court document was filed, Great St James in the Virgin Islands, worth more than $22 million, and Little St James Island, worth almost $63 million.