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Court Documents Identify Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton in Relation to the Jeffrey Epstein Case

Updated: Feb 29

Jeffrey Epstein

Court documents reveal names of powerful men allegedly linked to Jeffrey Epstein


A wealthy individual known for his connections with celebrities, politicians, billionaires, and academic figures, Epstein came under police scrutiny in Palm Beach, Florida, in 2005 when allegations emerged that he had paid a 14-year-old girl for sexual services. Subsequently, he was arrested in 2006. Despite numerous accounts from other underage girls detailing similar instances of sexual abuse, prosecutors ultimately permitted the financier to plead guilty in 2008 to a charge related to a single victim. He served a 13-month sentence in a jail work-release program.

Dozens more Jeffrey Epstein Documents are Now Public. Here’s What we Know so Far:

On Wednesday, court records revealed the identities of numerous influential individuals purportedly linked to the convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

The released set of records provides additional insights into a widely followed case, unveiling new and sensational accusations regarding the conduct of these influential men.

Federal prosecutors assert that Jeffrey Epstein, known for serving as a private financier for a discreet clientele of affluent individuals, also orchestrated an underage sex-trafficking network operating in Manhattan and Palm Beach, Florida, over several decades.

Epstein is accused of devising a plan to identify and exploit numerous vulnerable girls and young women, some as young as 14, starting around 1994 and extending at least until 2004.

Several victims, as per civil lawsuits, alleged that Epstein instructed them to engage in sexual activities with a roster of influential men. In a 2014 lawsuit, it was claimed that Epstein arranged such encounters for "numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister, and other world leaders."

The compilation of more than three dozen documents, naming associates of Epstein, is linked to a 2015 civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre, who asserted she was one of Epstein's underage victims.

Among the prominent names mentioned frequently in the documents is former President Bill Clinton. Allegations include claims that Clinton traveled to Thailand with Epstein, and one witness testified that Epstein mentioned "Clinton likes them young, referring to girls."

Clinton's spokesman, Angel Ureña, countered, stating that it had been nearly 20 years since Clinton last had contact with Epstein, and the former president has never faced any accusations of wrongdoing. Ureña referred to a previous statement made on behalf of Clinton in 2019 regarding allegations of connections to Epstein.

Anticipated in the disclosed list are likely individuals previously recognized as associates, co-conspirators, or employees of Jeffrey Epstein, with the likelihood of unveiling identities of accusers who were previously anonymous.

Mark Epstein, who holds the belief that his brother's death was a result of foul play and not suicide following his 2019 arrest, holds a skeptical view about the potential impact of the released files.

Expressing his doubts, he remarked, "My brother used to have conferences on the island with noted mathematicians and scientists. So now they’re going to get smeared because they participated in one of these scientific panels?" He clarified that his primary focus is on scrutinizing the circumstances surrounding his brother's death rather than defending him.


The judge has not specified a deadline for the release of all documents, but additional records are anticipated to be disclosed in the coming days.

Cover Photo from ruperto miller on Flickr


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