Sex-Trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein, Documents Have Been Unsealed

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A New York federal court has released documents related to the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case. The billionaire killed himself in 2019 after being charged with child sex trafficking in New York, with most of the crimes taking place at his mansion in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Some big names already found on the list include former President Bill Clinton and his estranged longtime aide, Doug Band. The case broke open after his accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, was sent to prison as part of the case -- which opened the door for an underage "Jane Doe" to sue Maxwell. The court said documents related to two Does will not be released while it reviews inquiries filed requesting they remain sealed. However, what has been released can be found here.

Some notable names mentioned -- but not necessarily accused of wrongdoing are:

  • Model Naomi Campbell - No foul behavior was named on her part.
  • Former President of the United States Donald Trump - No foul behavior was named on his part.
  • Singer, Songwriter, Dancer Michael Jackson - A witness says she met the artist at Epstein's home in Palm Beach but did not give him a massage.
  • Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore - No foul behavior was named on her part.

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