Filmmaker Woody Allen visited with late child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein dozens of times, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Along with a slew of other major A-listers and billionaires, Allen’s name appeared in documents reviewed by the WSJ. The documents date from between 2012 and 2017, more than four years after Epstein pleaded guilty to soliciting and procuring a minor for prostitution and registered as a sex offender in 2008.
Allen and his wife (who used to be his adopted daughter) Soon-Yi Previn attended dozens of dinners at Epstein’s mansion, and even invited Epstein to various screenings of his films, WSJ reported. A spokesperson for Allen said he attended the dinners with his wife as part of group social events.
But the documents show that Allen and Epstein were scheduled to meet almost every month of 2014 and 2015 in some capacity, the WSJ noted. The duo also had plans to visit artist Jeff Koons’ studio in 2013, Sotheby’s auction house in 2017, and Epstein even ordered Allen specific foods for their various dinners.
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In November 2012, an assistant to Allen contacted one of Epstein’s team, saying, “Woody was wondering if Jeffrey would be interested in watching his new film either today or tomorrow?” Epstein was available, the WSJ reported.
“Woody and Soon-Yi lived in the same neighborhood as Epstein and were frequently invited to dinner parties at his townhouse,” a spokesperson for the couple told the WSJ. “There were always other guests at those gatherings.” (RELATED: REPORT: Judge Who Approved FBI Raid On Trump Linked To Jeffrey Epstein)
The spokesperson noted that Epstein and Allen never had business meetings together, and never met without Soon-Yi being present. The documents state that Allen planned to give Epstein editing lessons at his townhome with a group of guests.
Along with Allen, left-wing disinformation peddler and Democrat megadonor Reid Hoffman reportedly visited Epstein’s sex island Little St. James on at least two occasions. President Joe Biden-appointed CIA Director William Burns also met with Epstein on multiple occasions after his conviction. As did socialist intellectual Noam Chomsky, and many others.