Final ‘Salacious’ Allegations Against Jeffrey Epstein Associates To Be Unsealed

Final ‘Salacious’ Allegations Against Jeffrey Epstein Associates To Be Unsealed Department of Justice

A final selection of court documents naming 167 of Jeffrey Epstein‘s associates and detailing “salacious” allegations against them are due to be unsealed. According to a report obtained by the Daily Mail, at least one public figure is contained in the documents. Hundreds of “alleged perpetrators” and people accused of “serious wrongdoings” are also named, along with former employees and victims of Epstein’s.

Back in 2019, thousands of documents were unsealed in the wake of Virginia Giuffre’s claims that she’d been trafficked by Epstein to a former New Mexico governor, a hedge fund manager, a longtime MIT professor, and a US senator. However, thousands of documents remained sealed.

Giuffre has been campaigning for the redacted pages to be made public in the years since. She doubled down on that push following Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide. Now, she’s getting her wish. The decision was said to have been made as the court heard no objections to the release of the documents from anyone named within them.

In addition to lawyer Alan Dershowitz and Prince Andrew, the documents will likely unveil several other high-profile names. While Ghislaine Maxwell‘s lawyers wanted the documents to remain sealed. The request was made on the grounds that there was “no proof” she was more than friends with Epstein or had knowledge of the associates listed in his “Black Book.”

Ghislaine Maxwell is currently serving 20 years behind bars for her role in Epstein’s sex trafficking operation, which spanned several decades. She has continued to protest her innocence and refuses to take responsibility for her actions.

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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