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Prince Andrew’s accuser breaks silence ahead of unsealed Epstein documents

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Virginia Giuffre’s warning sparks anxiety as 170 associates and victims face unmasking

In a dramatic turn of events, Prince Andrew’s accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has broken her silence ahead of the impending unsealing of court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein’s associates and victims. Giuffre, who settled a lawsuit against Prince Andrew in 2022, expressed anticipation for a “nervous Christmas” for over 170 individuals set to be publicly identified in the coming weeks.

Giuffre, aged 40, took to X/Twitter to share her thoughts, stating, “Dozens of Jeffrey Epstein associates, victims likely to be publicly ID’d in court docs in coming weeks – thank you and many blessings for Judge Preska. A truth seeker & justice maker.” She added, “There’s going to be a lot of nervous ppl over Christmas and New Years, 170 to be exact, who’s on the naughty list?”

The court documents, set to be unsealed on January 1, are part of a 2015 civil defamation suit initiated by Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former lover and sex trafficker. The documents are expected to shed light on Epstein’s inner circle, ex-employees, and victims, potentially revealing the extent of his sordid network.

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Prince Andrew faces the possibility of new revelations in these documents, as they could provide additional details about Johanna Sjoberg’s allegations that he groped her at Epstein’s New York mansion in 2001. The impending release may bring fresh challenges for the Duke of York in the new year.

The court ruling, issued by Judge Loretta Preska, orders the unsealing of hundreds of documents, including emails, legal papers, and depositions, related to individuals involved in Epstein’s sex trafficking crimes. Notably, at least seven “John Does” described as “public figures” or having relationships with Epstein are expected to be publicly identified.

While the release of these documents may involve prominent figures like former President Bill Clinton and former President Donald Trump, who were associated with Epstein, it is crucial to note that neither has been accused of wrongdoing over their connections with Epstein and Maxwell.

As the anticipation builds, the unsealed documents could potentially reshape public perceptions of the extent of Epstein’s network and bring new challenges for those associated with the disgraced financier and convicted sex offender.

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