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Virginia Giuffre teases exposure of 170 on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘naughty list’



Epstein accuser anticipates revelations of potential conspirators in unsealed court documents

Virginia Giuffre, a prominent accuser in the Jeffrey Epstein case, has taken to social media to express her excitement over the possibility of revealing names linked to the convicted pedophile. Giuffre, who settled a $12 million lawsuit over allegations of sex trafficking by Epstein to Prince Andrew, referred to the impending release of 170 names as an ‘early Christmas present.’

The names are expected to be disclosed in court documents as part of Giuffre’s 2015 lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s associate, who is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for aiding in the abuse of underage girls.

Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska ordered the release of the long-sealed documents on Monday, December 18, in a significant development. Giuffre praised Senator Marsha Blackburn for supporting the decision to unveil the 170 names and emphasized the need for transparency and accountability.

Judge Preska has scheduled January 1, 2024, as the release date for additional pages, providing two weeks for individuals, previously referred to as Jane and John Does, to file appeals to keep their names confidential. Some victims will remain unnamed due to the severity of the crimes, and others due to being minors at the time of the offenses.

Jeffrey Epstein, arrested in 2019 on federal charges of sex trafficking minors, died in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, officially ruled as suicide by hanging. Since his death, numerous conspiracy theories have circulated due to his connections with powerful figures worldwide.

The US Justice Department watchdog determined that Epstein’s death resulted from ‘negligence and misconduct’ by officers at the New York federal prison.


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