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In a significant development related to the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking conspiracy case, court filings from a lawsuit have been unsealed, shedding light on previously redacted details. The documents pertain to the case against Ghislaine Maxwell, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison last year for her involvement in Epstein's sexual abuse of teenage girls.
Virginia Giuffre Settlement:
Virginia Giuffre, who accused Maxwell of facilitating her sexual abuse, settled the suit in 2017. However, the terms of the settlement were not immediately made public.
Prominent Figures Named:
Several prominent figures are mentioned in the unsealed court documents. Former President Bill Clinton is referenced over 50 times, though there is no evidence of wrongdoing on his part. Former President Donald Trump is mentioned, but no illicit behavior is attributed to him.
Alan Dershowitz's Involvement:
Alan Dershowitz, who assisted Epstein in securing a plea deal, is named more than 130 times in the filings. Giuffre had previously accused Dershowitz of trafficking her but withdrew the suit in 2022, admitting a mistake in identifying him.
Jean Luc Brunel's Connection:
Former modeling agent and Epstein associate Jean Luc Brunel is prominently featured in the documents. Brunel was found dead in a French jail cell in 2022 while facing charges related to the sex trafficking of minors.
Michael Jackson's Mention:
The late singer Michael Jackson is mentioned in the documents, with a witness stating she met him at Epstein's house in Palm Beach. However, there is no indication of illicit behavior on Jackson's part.
Prince Andrew's Inclusion:
Prince Andrew, who previously denied allegations of sexual abuse, appears in the newly released documents. He settled in Giuffre's lawsuit against him in 2022 but did not admit wrongdoing in the settlement.
Court Orders Regarding Anonymity:
The court issued an order extending the anonymity of two individuals listed as "J. Doe." Doe 107 has until Jan. 22 to provide support for maintaining her anonymity, citing potential physical harm. Doe 110's inquiry is under review by the court.
This story is still developing...