The final batch of court documents containing ‘salacious’ allegations related to 167 of Jeffery Epstein associates, victims, and employees, will finally be unsealed and released – nearly four years after the disgraced financier’s death. According to the Daily Mail article that is linked here, among the many people that may appear on this list is Alan Dershowitz, Former President Donald Trump, Bill Gates, Bill Clinton among other notable celebrities. The point is, the release of these court documents is something that is going to be highly anticipated due to the volatile nature of its contents that will no doubt give many in the media something to either talk about or institute the spin machine in order to conduct damage control to protect some high profile names.
The material will be made public in the coming months and, DailyMail.com can reveal, is expected to include information pertaining to at least one ‘public figure.’
The documents refer to ‘alleged perpetrators’ or individuals accused of ‘serious wrongdoing’, as well as law enforcement officers and prosecutors, according to a declaration filed on Wednesday.
Prince Andrew, who is accused of having sex with Epstein victim Virginia Roberts when she was 17, and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, are understood to be among the individuals mentioned in the papers.
Other high-profile men who have been associated with the pedophile include Bill Gates, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, though it is unclear if they will be mentioned.
The documents represent the last of the sealed material to be made public as part of a years-long process that has been rumbling through federal court in New York since before Epstein apparently killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges.
The material was first filed in a defamation case brought by Roberts in 2015 against Ghislaine Maxwell, who is now serving 20 years in prison for sex trafficking and recruiting minors for Epstein.
The lawsuit was settled under seal in 2017 but the case material has since been gradually released in batches after numerous requests from media organizations.