Jeffrey Epstein Scandal: Unsealed Court Docs Involve More Big Name Personalities

Epstein indicted in New York
Geoffrey Berman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, points to a photograph of Jeffrey Epstein as he announces the financier's charges of sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors, in New York, U.S., July 8, 2019. (Photo: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)

Unsealed court documents have revealed a veritable can of worms as several big names now find themselves under the microscope in the Jeffrey Epstein s*x scandal, which has previously involved the name of the Duke of York, Prince Andrew.

Following the expose of Epstein's alleged s*x slave Virginia Roberts Giuffre that she filed against madame Ghislaine Maxwell, the federal court released the first batch of sealed documents on the case involving Epstein's alleged facilitation of sex services for his close friends and high profile associates.

According to a report from Vanity Fair, among those included in the first batch of papers was hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin, whom Giuffre was reportedly forced to have s*x with some time in 2001. Dubin was connected to Epstein via his investment in the former's Highbridge Capital as well as his help in JP Morgan acquisition of Dubin's firm later on.

Giuffre also alleged that she was forced to have s*x by Epstein and Maxwell with no less than New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, former Democratic Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, MC2 model agency cofounder Jean Luc Brunel and even MIT computer scientist Marvin Minsky, who has already passed away.

The camps of those who have been included in the court documents have already responded, denying the charges of their involvement to the sex scandal.

Glenn Dubin and his wife have already debunked the allegation and expressed outrage at the accusations of involvement.

New Mexico Governor Richardson's rep also released a statement and denied that the official had any interactions with young or underage girls. The rep further clarified that the governor had only limited interactions with Epstein and never set foot in his Virgin Islands residence where the abuse reportedly took place.

Mitchell, in his statement, dismissed the allegations as false and denied ever meeting the accuser Giuffre.

Giuffre earlier recounted that she was recruited in 2000 by Mar-a-Lago by Maxwell. The accuser alleged that she was 16 years old when she was roped into the s*x trafficking ring, wherein she was forced to have s*x with high profile personalities.

The first batch of unsealed documents also refers to an unnamed prince, a foreign president and an owner of a hotel chain.

Jeffrey Epstein, a multimillionaire, and convicted s*x offender, was recently founded hanging in his cell. However, details from the autopsy found some anomalies that may rule out suicide, reported the Washington Post. 

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