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Jeffrey Epstein’s List Revealed

The List Includes Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and More

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Jeffrey Epstein's documents related to his sex trafficking charges were revealed last week. These documents contain the names of politicians, celebrities and stars associated with Epstein, who have visited his infamous private island where he trafficked young women and underage girls. These lists were revealed in a lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s victims, against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and accomplice to his crimes. Although the lawsuit was settled in 2017, the Miami Herald took the case to court to gain access to the concealed documents. 

Epstein, an American financier and sex offender, often associated himself with the Hollywood elite, attending events with them and oftentimes inviting them to his private island. This continued throughout the late 90’s to around 2019 after his death. He owned an island named Little St. James, also known as Little St. Jeff and Paedophile Island where he kept underage girls and young women to perform sexual acts for different people who visited the Island. 

“I think that some of the names that were released in the Epstein case show how corrupt our world can be,” senior Emma Kate Rodrigue said. “Many of the people he was in contact with were well respected celebrities in America who were so easily able to cover up their wrongdoings.”

These girls were groomed and coerced into performing sexual acts, and were harmed or blackmailed if they did not comply, with some of the victims as young as 12 years old. 

“Personally I was surprised at some names that made the list, people I thought would never be on there were on there,” senior Brinkely Snow said. 

Important names including professor Stephen Hawking, model Naomi Campbell, Prince Andrew, singer Michael Jackson and former presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump were revealed to be on the list. 

“It was a convenient place to stay,” Prince Andrew said. “It was definitely the wrong thing to do, but at the time I felt it was the honorable and right thing to do.”

With the location of all three of the Caribbean islands, Epstein’s illegal activities on Little St. James were able to be shielded by surrounding islands, including Great St. james, which he bought as a shield, and St Thomas, which he based his private jets out of that flew celebrities to Little St. James. While Epstein flew under the police and investigators radar for some time, he was convicted and sentenced to 13 months in 2008 on charges of procuring a child for prostitution and soliciting a prostitute. He was later released but sentenced again in 2019 for the sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York. All charges were dismissed after his death, which was reportedly suicide, but Maxwell was convicted in 2021 on federal charges of sex trafficking. 

The documents that are being released currently contain names that were blacked out for privacy reasons.The names on the list are people involved in the investigation of Epstein and who he associated or had relations with. As of Jan. 4, there are around 200 more documents unsealed pertaining to Giuffre’s lawsuit and more information to come. 


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