As anticipated, the last set of documents pertaining to a litigation against Ghislaine Maxwell, the companion of Jeffrey Epstein, was made public on Tuesday. Unsurprisingly, they contained few significant revelations.
Fox News reported that three relatively well-known individuals were among those identified in the documents as having been charged with sex trafficking by Virginia Giuffre.
Giuffre, who previously stated to the BBC that Epstein “passed [her] around like a platter of fruit” among his closest associates, implicated Bill Richardson, Marvin Minsky, and Les Wexner in the trafficking of Epstein in a 2016 deposition.
In 2016, the same year the deposition was given, Minsky, a computer scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who is sometimes called the “father of artificial intelligence,” passed away at the age of 88 from a cerebral hemorrhage.
Richardson, a former ambassador to the United Nations and governor of New Mexico during the administration of former President Bill Clinton, passed away in September of last year at the age of 75.
Les Wexner, aged 86, is the sole surviving individual among the trio. In 1982, following his establishment of The Limited in 1963, he acquired Victoria’s Secret from its originator.
The identities of the three individuals had been redacted in prior document releases.
Fox reportedly received no response from the Wexner Foundation in response to its request for comment.
Giuffre had filed a defamation lawsuit against Maxwell in 2015. A settlement was reached in 2017.
Consequenced to twenty years in prison for sex trafficking, Maxwell has filed an appeal of her ruling. Similarly, she declined the request for comment.
Giuffre further asserted that he and Clinton shared a meal on Little James Island, also known as “Epstein Island,” in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Additionally, she disclosed a meeting with former President Donald Trump. She stated that neither Clinton nor Trump were involved in any form of sexual activity.
In addition, she stated that Tipper and former Vice President Al Gore had stayed on Epstein’s island, but she was once more unaware of “any wrongdoing” on their part. Gore, via a spokesperson, stated that he had no recollection of ever associating with Epstein and had no intention of ever meeting him.
The seven documents made public on Tuesday constituted a total of approximately 1,500 pages. They were anticipated to be the final documents released in connection with the lawsuit, according to NBC News.
“In total, 4,553 pages of documents were made public, and they included the names of more than 150 people connected to or mentioned in legal proceedings related to Epstein and his network, which allegedly centered on paying teenage girls and young women to engage in sexual acts with the wealthy financier and other powerful men under the guise of massage therapy,” NBC reported.
The Western Journal had previously reported that the majority of those 150 names had been made public prior to the order of release by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska.
“[W]hile some records have been released over the years, other materials were kept sealed or had names redacted in part because of privacy concerns,” according to NBC.