Final trove of ‘salacious’ court documents revealing Jeffrey Epstein’s associates to be made public: Report

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According to a new report, the final trove of court documents related to the Jeffrey Epstein case will be made public soon. According to the documents, the convicted pedophile’s associates will be named, and “salacious” allegations will be revealed.

“The final batch of court documents containing’salacious’ allegations related to 167 of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, victims, and employees will finally be unsealed – nearly four years after the disgraced financier’s death,” the Daily Mail reported.

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According to a declaration filed on Wednesday, the list of Epstein associates includes at least one public figure.

According to court documents, the “alleged perpetrators” are accused of “serious wrongdoing.” According to the documents, law enforcement officers and prosecutors will be accused of misconduct in connection with Epstein’s crimes.

“The individual appears to have been involved in the charges brought against Epstein in 2007, under which he served only 15 months in prison for soliciting a minor for prostitution as part of a sweetheart deal with state prosecutors in Florida,” the Daily Mail reports.

According to reports, the documents will be released after dozens of John or Jane Does agreed to have their names made public.

The documents were initially filed in court for alleged Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre’s 2015 defamation case against Ghislaine Maxwell.

Giuffre claims that when she was 16, Maxwell recruited her to train as a masseuse, and that she was later turned into Epstein’s “sex slave” from 1999 to 2002, which included having sex with convicted pedophile’s acquaintances.

Despite the fact that the case was settled in 2017, the case material has slowly been released.

On July 30, 2020, a batch of previously unseen files, including 47 documents and over 600 pages from the now-resolved defamation case, were unsealed.

U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ordered the release of a trove of secret files in July 2021.

Maxwell is serving a 20-year sentence for her involvement in a sex trafficking scheme involving minors.

On August 10, 2019, Epstein was discovered dead in his prison cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center. Despite the suspicious circumstances surrounding his death, authorities determined that Epstein committed suicide.