Jeffrey Epstein court docs expose Prince Andrew Bill Clinton

Recently released US court documents reveal connections of sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, with high-profile figures such as Prince Andrew. The records, ordered to be released as part of the legal case involving Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, include a previously reported claim of groping by Prince Andrew, which he denies. Former US presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump are also mentioned, though not accused of illegality.

The 900-page trove does not seem to unveil new revelations about Jeffrey Epstein, who died in jail in 2019, but more documents are expected to be released. Over 100 people are named, with some accused of wrongdoing and others making allegations or being potential witnesses. The documents emphasize the well-connected social circle around Epstein, who pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution from a minor in 2009.

The files include references to Johanna Sjoberg, who accused Prince Andrew of groping her breast in 2001, a claim Buckingham Palace has dismissed as “categorically untrue.” The deposition also mentions Prince Andrew putting his hand on her breast for a photo with another accuser, Virginia Giuffre, and a puppet labeled “Prince Andrew.”

Former President Clinton is named but without any implication of illegality. The documents include testimony from Maxwell confirming Clinton’s travels on Epstein’s private jet, with Clinton praising Epstein’s philanthropy in the early 2000s. Maxwell’s lawyer denies a media report of Clinton visiting Epstein’s island.

There’s also mention of Jeffrey Epstein telling Sjoberg that he would contact Donald Trump on their way to one of his New Jersey casinos. No alleged wrongdoing by Trump is mentioned in the documents.

The files additionally cite French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, who died in jail awaiting rape charges, and allegations against New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who denied ever meeting accuser Virginia Giuffre.

Jeffrey Epstein’s death in 2019 was ruled a suicide, and Maxwell, serving a 20-year prison sentence for her role in recruiting for Epstein, is appealing her sentence, maintaining her innocence.

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