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Judge Orders Removal Of Photos Of Young Girls From Public Docket Of Jeffrey Epstein Files

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The latest release of Jeffrey Epstein files revealed photos showing girls or young women on his private island in 2006, including his longtime associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, despite her denial of being present.

The judge ordered the images to be removed from the public docket.

The documents were part of a 2015 lawsuit between Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre and Maxwell. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

They also included accusations and retractions, involving high-profile individuals such as Clinton, Trump, and Branson.

Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years for sex trafficking Epstein’s victims, but is appealing the conviction, while Epstein died in federal custody in 2019.

“The Clerk of the Court is directed to strike docket entry 1332-7 in the above-captioned case because it contains inadvertently disclosed images that should have been redacted,” Judge Loretta Presak wrote.

“Counsel shall re-file the stricken document as soon as is practicable.”

“Ms. Ransome’s testimony proves that what little Defendant did say during her deposition was far from the truth,” Giuffre’s attorneys wrote.

“Sex tapes were in fact filmed on each separate occasion by Jeffery [sic],” Giuffre claimed.

“The Emails are a necessary antidote to Ms. Ransome’s deposition misstatements because they demonstrate she manifestly lacks credibility,” Dershowitz’s legal team wrote.

“These baseless accusations have been fully retracted because they are simply false and have no merit,” Trump spokesman Steven Cheung stated.

The documents also shed light on the use of the term “massage” as a code for sex within Epstein’s circle.

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