Second Tranche Of Jeffrey Epstein Court Documents Unsealed

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A fresh set of court documents related to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his associates has been unsealed by a federal court.

The documents contain further information about Epstein’s sexual abuse of minors alongside his partner Ghislaine Maxwell, whose litigation against Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre produced the court documents. (RELATED: Tom Pritzker Named In Newly Released Epstein Docs)


New documents include a list of people provided by Giuffre who could have knowledge of Epstein and Maxwell’s alleged sex trafficking. Notable figures on the list include former President Bill Clinton, disgraced Prince Andrew, deceased model scout Jean-Luc Brunel, financier Les Wexner, deceased Democratic New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Clinton aide Doug Band.

Emails between Giuffre and journalist Sharon Churcher are part of the newly released documents. Giuffre sent an email in May 2011 to Churcher alleging Clinton threatened Vanity Fair over its Epstein coverage. The documents do not accuse Clinton of criminal activity.

A 2014 motion filed by two Jane Does in Florida released Thursday describes how Epstein and Maxwell manipulated and abused underage victims.


“In 1999, Jane Doe #3 was approached by Ghislaine Maxwell, one of the main women whom Epstein used to procure under-aged girls for sexual activities and a primary co-conspirator in his sexual abuse and sex trafficking scheme. In fact, it became known to the government that Maxwell herself regularly participated in Epstein’s sexual exploitation of minors, including Jane Doe #3,” the document reads.

“Epstein kept Jane Doe #3 as his sex slave from about 1999 through 2002, when she managed to escape to a foreign country and hide out from Epstein and his co-conspirators for years. From 1999 through 2002, Epstein frequently sexually abused Jane Doe #3, not only in West Palm Beach, but also in New York, New Mexico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, in international airspace on his Epstein’s private planes, and elsewhere,” the document adds.

The document also suggests Epstein made sex trafficking victims available to powerful people for personal gain and to potentially collect blackmail on them.

“Epstein also sexually trafficked the then-minor Jane Doe, making her available for sex to politically-connected and financially-powerful people,” the document asserts.

“Epstein’s purposes in ‘lending’ Jane Doe (along with other young girls) to such powerful people were to ingratiate himself with them for business, personal, political, and financial gain, as well as to obtain potential blackmail information.”

An incident report filed by Palm Beach, Florida, police in 2006 supplies graphic details of the massages Epstein had his victims give to him and the sexual acts that followed.

In addition, parts of multiple depositions from the litigation were released Thursday that provide further details about Epstein’s methods for luring young women into his alleged sex trafficking operation.

“When Jeffrey Epstein was paying high school girls for these alleged massages, he was paying to turn it into a sexual encounter, fair?”

“I would say yes, that is the motivation,” an unnamed victim said during a June 2016 deposition conducted in Miami, Florida.


“Were you asked by Jeffrey Epstein to bring other girls to him?”

“Yes,” she replied, according to the deposition transcript. She later added that she did bring other high school aged girls to Epstein’s estate.

“These massages were turned sexual by Jeffrey, as opposed to by anyone else?

“Jeffrey took my clothes off without my consent the first time I met him,” she recalled.

“While you were a teenager, Jeffrey Epstein asked you to live with him?”

“Yes. He wanted me to be emancipated,” she responded. A detective from Palm Beach similarly recalled how Epstein lured girls into his home and convinced them to become recruiters for him, his deposition shows.

Maxwell is serving a 20 year prison sentence for conspiring with Epstein to abuse minors. Her attorney told NewsNation Wednesday she has “nothing to say” about the court documents.

On Wednesday night, the first batch of documents was released and featured prominent figures such as Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, deceased pop legend Michael Jackson and deceased physicist Stephen Hawking.

The documents are expected to be released on a rolling basis as a Jane Doe appeals to prevent herself from being identified. U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New York Loretta Preska ordered in December for the documents to be unsealed.

Epstein died in August 2019 while he sat in jail awaiting sex trafficking charges. The cameras inside the New York City jail facility where Epstein passed away failed to record his death, which has been ruled a suicide.