Jeffrey Epstein document release: Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton among big names in Jeffrey court files | Full list here | Mint
The released court documents related to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein implicate Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, according to a New York federal judge’s order. The files, part of a lawsuit linked to Epstein’s associate Ghislaine Maxwell, are being reviewed by the BBC. Individuals named in the documents are either accused wrongdoers, making allegations, or potential witnesses. The files reference Johanna Sjoberg, who accused Prince Andrew of inappropriate conduct, a claim Buckingham Palace has denied. The documents also mention Bill Clinton, clarifying there is no implication of illegality, with his representatives referencing a 2019 statement where he denied knowledge of Epstein’s crimes. Testimony in the files reveals Maxwell confirming Clinton’s travel on Epstein’s private jet, though the frequency is unknown. The court documents include efforts to debunk media reports about Clinton visiting Epstein’s private island. Additionally, there’s testimony suggesting Epstein considered contacting Donald Trump during a trip to a New Jersey casino. Notably, there is no alleged wrongdoing by Trump in the documents. The files also contain details from a deceased employee, Alfredo Rodriguez, describing Maxwell as “the boss” and mentioning cash transactions for recruiting girls. Epstein’s death in 2019, ruled a suicide, is also mentioned.
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