In what may be one of the final chapters in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking scandal, a batch of documents containing the names of at least some of the late pedophile's associates is set to be released, as the Daily Mail reports.
Among the high-profile names that could potentially appear in the materials are Britain's Prince Andrew, legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, and more.
As the Mail notes, the documents at issue are among the last in a long and winding federal court process to remain sealed.
The materials stem from a 2015 defamation complaint filed against Epstein confidant Ghislaine Maxwell and Virginia Roberts – now Giuffre – and though the suit was privately settled in 2017, information from it has been released in dribs and drabs in the intervening years in response to media inquiries.
Now that a number of John or Jane Does who were included in historical court filings have failed to object to their names being publicized, the last tranche of materials is poised for release.
Though it remains to be seen precisely whose names surface in the documents expected to be made public in the near future, they are said to belong to individuals described as “alleged perpetrators” and those accused of “serious wrongdoing,” as Fox News notes.
The impending release comes in the wake of Maxwell's first interview from prison following her conviction on charges of sex trafficking and recruiting minors for Epstein.
Now serving a 20-year sentence, Maxwell told TalkTV that she believes Epstein's jail cell death nearly four years ago was not a suicide as reported at the time, but that “he was murdered.”
“I honestly wish I had never met him,” Maxwell declared. “Looking back now, I probably wish I had stayed in England.”
Discussing Prince Andrew, who may be among the names included in the aforementioned document release, Maxwell asserted that an infamous photo purporting to show him with his arm around a teenage Giuffre – who ultimately claimed she was trafficked by Epstein and Maxwell – was “a fake” and that she had “no memory” of introducing the two.
Though it remains to be seen whether the upcoming document release will shed a tremendous amount of new light on the Epstein scandal, reports about Maxwell's new life in federal prison underscore just how far she has fallen in recent years.
Instead of living the life of luxury in which she was raised and then shared with Epstein, Maxwell is now housed at FCI Tallahassee and is immersed in a brutally drab and monotonous existence the likes of which she likely never imagined.
According to the Daily Mail, insiders have posited that guards at the facility “like screwing with her by shining their lights at night, clanging their keys, and talking really loud” because they believe Maxwell is “entitled.”
It was further reported late last month that Maxwell was set to submit to a literacy test in order to secure a $1.24 per hour prison call center job, in further evidence of the heavy price she is paying for her complicity in evil. Whether similar accountability will ever come for supposedly famous names who took part in the criminal debauchery she helped facilitate, however, only time will tell.