Jeffrey Epstein: Prince Andrew and Other High-Profile Figures Named in Unsealed Court Files

Prince Andrew, former US presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, and other prominent figures have been named in newly released US court documents detailing connections to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The documents, which run over 900 pages, were released as part of a legal case related to Epstein’s associate Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for her role in recruiting girls for Epstein to abuse.

Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew is accused of groping a woman named Johanna Sjoberg in 2001 when she was 17 years old. Sjoberg has said that the incident took place at Epstein’s Manhattan apartment while she was sitting on a couch with another accuser, Virginia Giuffre. Buckingham Palace has denied the allegations, calling them “categorically untrue.”

In 2022, Prince Andrew settled a civil lawsuit with Giuffre, who alleged that he had sexually abused her when she was 17 years old. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed, but it is believed to be worth millions of dollars.

Bill Clinton


Bill Clinton is mentioned in the court documents, but there is no suggestion that he engaged in any illegal activity. According to the documents, Sjoberg testified that Epstein once told her that Clinton “likes them young, referring to girls.” Clinton has denied any knowledge of Epstein’s crimes.

The documents also show that Clinton traveled on Epstein’s private jet on several occasions, including to Africa on humanitarian trips. Clinton has said that he was accompanied on these trips by staff and supporters from his charity, the Clinton Foundation.

Donald Trump


Donald Trump is also mentioned in the court documents. Sjoberg testified that Epstein once told her that he would call Trump on their way to one of his New Jersey casinos. However, there is no suggestion that Trump engaged in any wrongdoing.

The documents also contain testimony from Maxwell’s lawyer, who denies a media report that Trump traveled to Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean after he left office in 2001.

Other High-Profile Figures

The court documents also name other high-profile figures, including French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, who killed himself in a Paris jail in 2022 while awaiting rape charges; and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who has denied ever meeting Giuffre and was not charged with any crime.

Reaction to the Documents

The release of the court documents has sparked renewed interest in the Epstein case. Some people have called for further investigations into the allegations against Prince Andrew and other high-profile figures. Others have said that the documents do not contain any new bombshell revelations and that it is time to move on.

Maxwell’s lawyers have said that she “has consistently and vehemently maintained her innocence.”

It is likely that the release of the court documents will continue to generate news and controversy in the coming days and weeks.

Additional Information

The court documents were released by order of US District Judge Loretta Preska. She said that many of the people named in the documents had already been identified by the media or in Maxwell’s criminal trial. She also said that many others did not raise an objection to the release of the documents.

Some names were redacted from the documents to protect the identities of victims of sexual abuse.

The release of the court documents is the latest development in the Epstein case. Epstein died by suicide in a Manhattan jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges.

Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking and conspiracy charges in 2021. She is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence.

Giuffre’s lawsuit against Prince Andrew was settled in 2022. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

It is unclear whether any further charges will be filed in connection with the Epstein case.

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