Documents Will Be Unsealed With ‘Salacious’ Allegations Against Epstein Associates

Roughly four years after the death of trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, a new report claims that a final batch of documents will soon be released that are related to Epstein’s associates, which will include “salacious” allegations against these individuals.

The documents, which will be made public in the coming months, will name at least one “public figure,” according to a filing reviewed by the Daily Mail.

These records will likely reveal hundreds of “alleged perpetrators,” along with other individuals that have been accused of “serious wrongdoings.” The documents may also show Epstein’s victims and employees.

While thousands of pages have remained hidden from the public, thousands of other pages were unsealed in 2019 revealing claims that Epstein had trafficked Virginia Giuffre — who was a teenager at the time — to a U.S. senator, the former governor of New Mexico, a prominent hedge fund manager and a now-deceased longtime MIT professor.

Giuffre has advocated for the documents to be released for the last four years since Epstein’s arrest and subsequent death while in custody.

According to the Daily Mail, these documents will be made public because the 167 individuals mentioned in them did not object to their names being released.

One of the individuals that is reportedly mentioned in the documents is disgraced Prince Andrew, who was stripped of his military titles and royal patronages by the late Queen Elizabeth after Giuffre accused him of assaulting her after Epstein facilitated their introduction.

Another individual who is reportedly included in the documents is Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who was also previously accused of assault by Giuffre.

The Daily Mail also noted that the documents list dozens of individuals as “associates” of Epstein — or his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for her role in Epstein’s trafficking scheme.

Reports indicate that Maxwell’s lawyers have pushed back against making several of the individuals’ identities public — arguing that there is no evidence to support they were more than friends.

One of the individuals, who Maxwell’s lawyers described as a “public figure,” was mentioned in the documents because they were in Epstein’s “Black Book” which contained phone numbers of over 1,000 celebrities, politicians, and prominent business individuals.

According to the Daily Mail, an additional individual named in the documents is an assistant state attorney who was involved in a 2007 case against Epstein for soliciting a minor for prostitution, where he only served 15 months as part of what has been described as a sweetheart deal agreed upon by state prosecutors in Florida.