The nation’s largest bank says the wife of a former governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands aided convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged criminal activity by helping him dodge sex offender monitoring laws, as well as coordinate visas, employment, and travel for his victims.

Cecile de Jongh was Epstein’s “primary conduit for spreading money and influence throughout the USVI government,” JPMorgan Chase alleged in a court document filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Her husband, John de Jongh, served as governor of the U.S. territory in the Caribbean from 2007 to 2015.