A-listers named in the newly unsealed Jeffrey Epstein documents


Dozens of high-profile names — including royalty, politicians and famous scientists — appeared in an avalanche of previously sealed court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein that were released late Wednesday. Here are some the A-listers who appeared in the newly revealed documents.

One woman, identified as Jane Doe, testified that she had sex with the disgraced royal three times, and that Epstein told her to “give the Prince whatever he demanded.”

Prince Andrew

Former President Bill Clinton’s name appears 73 times in the newly released papers, the Independent noted — but he is not implicated in anything illegal. Clinton — who flew on Epstein’s private jet multiple times — has denied having any knowledge of the creep’s crimes.

Bill Clinton

Former President Donald Trump appeared at least four times in the unsealed documents. In her own deposition, Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre said she was lured into working as a masseuse for Epstein when she was 17 and working as a spa attendant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

Donald Trump

Epstein offered a reward to Giuffre’s friends, acquaintances and even family members in order to “help prove” that her allegations that theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking participated in an orgy were false, an unsealed email between him and Maxwell stated.

Stephen Hawking

Another Epstein accuser, Johanna Sjoberg claimed to have met pop icon Michael Jackson at Epstein’s Palm Beach home and has denied ever massaging Jackson — who died in 2009 at age 50.

Michael Jackson

Sjoberg described magician David Copperfield performing tricks at a dinner at one of Epstein’s homes.

David Copperfield

Johanna Sjoberg

“He questioned me if I was aware that girls were getting paid to find other girls.”

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