Jeffrey Epstein documents are expected to name nearly 200 individuals, including Epstein’s accusers, prominent figures, and politicians
The third batch of newly released documents from a 2015 civil defamation suit linked to the late Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself in jail, reveals shocking details about the convicted paedophile’s associates and alleged victims.
Over thirteen hundred pages were made public on Friday, following earlier releases earlier in the week.
The unsealed documents stem from a court order in response to media efforts to disclose information from the lawsuit brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Epstein of sexually abusing her as a minor.
The documents are expected to name nearly 200 individuals, including Epstein’s accusers, prominent figures, and politicians.
Juan Alessi, a former Epstein employee, disclosed during a 2009 deposition that he had dinner with Donald Trump in Epstein’s home kitchen and met Bill Clinton on Epstein’s plane.
Alessi also mentioned encounters with Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, foreign beauty queens and a Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry.
Alessi shed light on the atmosphere at Epstein’s residence, revealing that young women, including one believed to be under 18, would give massages, each earning $100 per hour.
Famed magician David Copperfield was identified as an Epstein associate, with questions arising about their relationship and whether they recruited girls for each other.
Copperfield is also mentioned in a 2016 deposition where a woman claimed she met him at Epstein’s Palm Beach residence.
The scandal extends to a handwritten note from 2005, where disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein attempted to call Epstein.
The note, part of nearly 200 written messages, adds another layer to the web of connections surrounding Epstein and raises questions about the extent of his influential network.
The release of these documents underscores the ongoing scrutiny surrounding Epstein’s life and associates, with implications reaching into the realms of politics, entertainment, and business.
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