Inscribed square problem wants that we know "Does every Jordan curve admit an inscribed square?"

From my amateur viewpoint it seems that the concept of Jordan curve can be straightforwardly generalized to $\mathbb R^n$ so as to define those curves so that they are images of continuous functions $f$ from $[0,1]$ to $\mathbb R^n$ in such a way that those functions are injective on $[0,1)$ and $f(0)=f(1)$

On Wikipedia, it is written:

" It is known that for any triangle T and Jordan curve C, there is a triangle similar to T and inscribed in C.[9][10] Moreover, the set of the vertices of such triangles is dense in C.[11] In particular, there is always an inscribed equilateral triangle"

But, I do not have an access to articles [9], [10], [11] so do not know do they only discuss Jordan curves in the plane.

I would just like to know is it known:

Do all Jordan curves in all spaces $\mathbb R^n$ admit an inscribed equilateral triangle?

Of course, avoid the non-interesting case $n=1$

If i had the access to [9] then I could know are there discussed equilateral triangles only for Jordan curves in $\mathbb R^2$ or in all $\mathbb R^n$ spaces.

What is known about this question of mine?

The "Inscribed square problem" page is linked because the quote from Wikipedia is on that page and also the links to those articles are on that page.

Now I am thinking that I am asking something very trivial here and am in a state of not knowing should I even post this question, but, I will post the question and face the consequences.