The third and fourth batches of documents with details on Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual abuse of teenage girls have been unsealed by a US court.
A total of 73 exhibits have been released, with the third tranche consisting of 411 pages and the fourth totaling 649.
The papers were part of a lawsuit filed by one of the victims, Virginia Guiffre, against Epstein‘s former girlfriend and long-time associate Ghislaine Maxwell. The lawsuit was settled in 2017.
The documents are sprinkled with the names of celebrities and politicians who socialized or worked with pedophile financier Epstein in the years before accusations against him became public.
The third set of documents include photocopies of Epstein’s assistant’s notepad, revealing Harvey Weinstein – who was exposed as a sexual predator in October 2017 – once called the pedophile financier.
He also received a call from the wife of former Victoria’s Secret CEO Les Wexner “to talk about something private”, the documents reveal.
They also show that lawyers hunting for information on Maxwell’s computer searched for words including “Prince” and “Andrew” as well as the terms “masturbate” and “nipple”.
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