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New documents have just been released giving specific names of men who have been accused of being involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring!
The files that were just unsealed documented the testimony of Virginia Giuffre, who has alleged that Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell enslaved her to perform sexual favors for many wealthy, powerful, and famous elites when she was a teenager.
Among the names that Giuffre bravely disclosed to be involved with Epstein’s attrocities were
- Former Democrat New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson
- Prince Andrew of Britain
- Elite Financier Glenn Dubin
- Former Democrat Maine Senator George Mitchell
- MIT Cognitive Scientist Marvin Minsky (who passed away in 2016)
- Model Agent Jean Luc Brunel.
Aside from the specific names Giufree gave in the document, she also alleged that “another prince,” a “foreign president,” a “well-known prime minister” and a France “large hotel chain” owner were additionally involved in the sex trafficking ring.
Take a look at this breaking news that is going wild right now on Twitter:
The Epstein accuser also denied that Donald Trump was involved with the Epstein sex trafficking, as mainstream media has pondered:
CNBC has more details on the just-released court documents:
A federal appeals court on Friday unsealed nearly 2,000 pages of documents related to Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy financier charged with child sex trafficking, and Ghislaine Maxwell, his former girlfriend and his alleged procurer of underage girls.
The documents include one containing flight records showing that President Donald Trump flew on Epstein’s private plane in January 1997, from a Palm Beach, Florida, airport to Newark, New Jersey.
In another document, one of Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Giuffre, says Maxwell directed her to have sex with former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, a Maine Democrat, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and other prominent people.
Giuffre, who had worked as a locker-room attendant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, also said that Epstein “told me that Donald Trump is a good friend of his,” but that she never saw the two men together. And she said in a deposition that she never had sex with Trump or flirted with him.
The White House had no immediate comment on the mention of Trump’s name on the flight logs. Richardson’s office denied he ever met Giuffre, and called the allegations “completely false.”
Mitchell in a statement said, “The allegation contained in the released documents is false. I have never met, spoken with or had any contact with Ms. Giuffre.”
The files released Friday are part of a defamation lawsuit that Giuffre filed against Maxwell several years ago. The suit accused Maxwell of calling Giuffre, a liar for claiming that Maxwell and Epstein sexually abused her when she was underage.
Giuffre had also alleged that she was sexually abused while in Epstein’s circle by “numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister and other world leaders,” as well as noted lawyer Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law professor.
Maxwell, a British socialite who is the daughter of late media mogul Robert Maxwell, later settled that defamation case with Giuffre. The terms of that settlement are not known.
But Maxwell had tried to keep filings in the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Manhattan sealed.
On Friday, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Maxwell’s request to have the full circuit review an earlier decision by a three-judge appeals panel that had denied Maxwell’s effort to keep the entire case sealed.
The circuit court sent the case back to the district court, where a judge will decide how much of the remaining documents will be unsealed. It also unsealed documents that included pleadings in the defamation case, depositions, and other material.
Included in the material is a September 2016 deposition of Epstein in which he repeatedly invokes his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in refusing to answer questions like whether it was “standard operating procedure for Maxwell to bring underage girls up to your room for you to sexually abuse.”
On Friday, Dershowitz’s lawyer Imran Ansari said, “Professor Dershowitz has denied the accusations made against him by Virginia Giuffre since day one and has sought to unseal these records for the past three years.”
“The unsealed documents seriously call the accusations made against Professor Dershowitz into question, including an email in which reporter Sharon Churcher tells Giuffre that Professor Dershowitz is ‘a good name for your [book] pitch’ while admitting that there is ‘no proof’ and suggesting to Giuffre that she ‘probably met him,’ ” Ansari said.
The Daily Beast also said:
A young woman who says financier Jeffrey Epstein and socialite Ghislaine Maxwell kept her as a sex slave also accused a host of high-powered men of being involved in Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring, according to court records unsealed Friday.
Virginia Giuffre, who says that Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her to powerful people for erotic massages and sex, claimed in depositions in 2016 that Maxwell directed her to have sex with former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Britain’s Prince Andrew (whom she has accused before), wealthy financier Glenn Dubin, former senator George Mitchell, now-deceased MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, and modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, as well as “another prince,” a "foreign president," a well-known prime minsiter" and the owner of a “large hotel chain” in France.
None of the men named in the deposition have been charged with a crime or even sued in civil court in connection with the Epstein case. The deposition represents accuser Giuffre’s allegations, and the court documents unsealed on Friday did not contain any corroboration or further details, though many documents remain sealed.
Brunel’s attorney Joe Titone declined to comment. Prince Andrew and Buckingham Palace have previously and vehemently denied Giuffre’s allegations. “Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations in the unsealed court records, which are demonstrably false and defamatory. The Dubins have flight records and other evidence that definitively disprove that any such events occurred," a spokesperson for the Dubin family told The Daily Beast on Friday.
A spokesperson for former Gov. Bill Richardson, Madeleine Mahony, told The Daily Beast on Friday,“These allegations and inferences are completely false. Governor Richardson has never even been contacted by any party regarding this lawsuit. To be clear, in Governor Richardson’s limited interactions with Mr. Epstein, he never saw him in the presence of young or underage girls. Governor Richardson has never been to Mr. Epstein’s residence in the Virgin Islands. Governor Richardson has never met Ms. Giuffre."
Mitchell said in a statement to The Daily Beast: “The allegation contained in the released documents is false ... I have never met, spoken with or had any contact with Ms. Giuffre.”
He added: “In my contacts with Mr. Epstein I never observed or suspected any inappropriate conduct with underage girls. I only learned of his actions when they were reported in the media related to his prosecution in Florida. We have had no further contact.”
The revelation comes after a federal appeals court ordered the release of the sealed documents in a lawsuit that Giuffre filed against Maxwell, the British publishing heiress whom Giuffre says was Epstein’s madam. Maxwell has rejected allegations that she has acted as a procurer for Epstein and denied she facilitated Prince Andrew's acts of sexual abuse and was Epstein’s madam.
Giuffre has long claimed that Epstein kept her as his underage “sex slave” and loaned her out to his famous friends, including Prince Andrew and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz. (Dershowitz has repeatedly denied her accusations.) She says Maxwell recruited her into Epstein’s sordid world after spotting her at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach and offering her a chance to learn massage. At the time, Giuffre was only 16 years old.
On July 3, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ordered the summary judgment materials in Giuffre’s 2015 lawsuit to be unsealed—with the first documents released to the public today.