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Over 170 People With Jeffrey Epstein Links Likely To Be Named in Court Docs Set To Be Unsealed



Many have taken note that influential leaders have resisted allowing Jeffery Epstein’s contact list to be made public.

However, after a multiyear legal battle, on Monday, Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska ordered the release of the sealed documents.

Reportedly, the sealed documents include the names of more than 170 people with ties to Epstein, the notorious sex trafficker who died in 2019 under suspicious circumstances while in custody awaiting trial on multiple heinous crimes.

Previously, these contacts have been obscured in court proceedings related to Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre and Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell — referring to the contacts only as “Jane or John Does.”

Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking in 2021 and is currently serving a 20-year sentence at a federal prison in Florida.

Under the ruling, these Jane/John Does will be revealed to the public as Preska ordered documents to be “unsealed in full.”

The ruling, however, does not apply to multiple “underage Does,” victims who requested anonymity.  The court will not “disclose sensitive information regarding an alleged minor victim of sexual abuse who has not spoken publicly and who has maintained his or her privacy,” the judge wrote.

Under the ruling, attorneys have 14 days to appeal the decision.

In preemptive moves, several individuals who will likely be identified as having interacted with Epstein have scheduled interviews with members of the press. Leading this list is presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife. They maintain they were unaware of Epstein’s criminal activity and engaged with him only on a social basis.

Others have speculated that multiple government leaders and Hollywood celebrities will be named.

The court has remained silent on who may or may not be on the list but has mentioned “multiple” individuals are “public figures,” one of whom was “referenced in Epstein’s infamous little black book,” according to the New York Post.

The Post reported that information gleaned from past legal proceedings and interviews indicate several names that are likely to be disclosed. They included:

Cathy and Miles Alexander, a couple who managed Epstein’s private Caribbean island.

Haley Robson, a reported sex slave victim who became one of Epstein’s alleged sex recruiters.

Teala Davies, a woman who alleged she was sexually assaulted by Epstein at his homes in New York, Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Paris.

Courtney Wild, who had claimed Epstein started sexually abused her when she was just 14. She started speaking out publicly while trying to revive her 2008 lawsuit — where she was unnamed — that sought to throw out a controversial non-prosecution agreement protecting Epstein’s alleged co-conspirators from criminal charges.

A handful of underage Does, however, will remain anonymous when the court filings are unsealed after the judge ruled they were alleged victims of sexual abuse.

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