Allegations Against Epstein Associates To Be Unsealed

According to the News York Post, a batch of court documents related to associates of notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is set to be unsealed and would name at least one public figure.

The documents, which are set to be made public within the coming months, will reveal numerous alleged perpetrators and those accused of serious wrongdoings. The documents will also reveal the identities of Epstein’s victims and employees.

According to the Daily Mail, Prince Andrew, who faced accusations of sleeping with Virginia Roberts when she was only 17, would be among those mentioned on the list. Andrew was stripped of his military titles and royal patronages by his mother, the late British Queen Elizabeth, after Roberts Roberts — who now goes by her married name of Virginia Giuffre — accused him of sleeping with her when she was a minor.

Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor, is understood to be one of the public figures in the documents. However, Roberts previously dropped a defamation lawsuit against Dershowitz after admitting she may have made a mistake in identifying him.

Dershowitz, who has maintained his innocence, has called for all materials related to him and the case to be made public.

Other public figures who were associates of Epstein include Former President Bill Clinton, tech icon and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, and Former President Donald Trump. It’s not clear if they will be mentioned in the documents.

The documents’ release comes after 167 John or Jane Does mentioned in the documents agreed to the documents’ unsealing.

Lawyers for Epstein’s former girlfriend, Ghislane Maxwell, reportedly pushed back on the documents’ release, claiming that several of the individuals listed were only associates and that there was no evidence to suggest that they were involved in any wrongdoing.

Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year sentence for her role in Epstein’s trafficking scheme.