‘Salacious’ Allegations Against Jeffrey Epstein Associates to be Unsealed

New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP

Final set of court documents involving Jeffrey Epstein’s associates and the shocking allegations against them is expected to be released soon, nearly four years after the convicted pedophile’s death, according to a report.

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One “public figure” will be named in the documents, set to be made public in the coming months, per a filing reviewed by the DailyMail. The records are expected to expose hundreds of “alleged perpetrators” and those accused of “serious wrongdoing,” along with Epstein’s employees and victims.

Back in 2019, thousands of court documents were unsealed revealing new accusations that Epstein had trafficked teenager Virginia Giuffre to a US senator, a former governor of New Mexico, a well-known hedge fund manager, and a late MIT professor. However. Several thousands of other pages remain hidden from the public following Epstein’s death.

Giuffre has reportedly pushed for the papers to be made public over the last four years.

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The release of the documents is possible because the 167 individuals referred to as John or Jane Does in the papers didn’t object to having their names made public, according to the DailyMail. One of these men is believed to be Prince Andrew, who lost his military titles and royal positions after Giuffre accused him of sexually assaulting her with Epstein’s assistance. The papers are also said to mention Harvest law professor Alan Dershowitz, who has already been publicly accused of sexual abuse by Giuffre.

The DailyMail reported that there are several individuals listed as either “associates” of Epstein or former girlfriend Ghislane Maxwell. Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year term for her involvement in the sex trafficking operation. Maxwell’s attorneys are said to have resisted the revelation of several identities, arguing that there isn’t evidence to support that they were more than just friends.

One of the individuals, referred to as a “public figure” by her legal representation, is included in the court documents due to her appearance in Epstein’s “Black Book,” which included the phone numbers of over 1,000 famous individuals, politicians, and business leaders. Another person named is an assistant state attorney who was involved in a case against Epstein back in 2007 for soliciting a minor for prostitution. Epstein only served a mere 15 months as part of a favorable agreement with state prosecutors in Florida.

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