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Final files from Jeffrey Epstein dump reveal trafficking allegations against prominent figures

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The recently unsealed documents in the Virginia Giuffre vs. Ghislaine Maxwell lawsuit revealed accusations of sex trafficking against Bill Richardson, Marvin Minsky, Les Wexner, and Jean-Luc Brunel.

Richardson, Minsky, and Wexner were accused of sex trafficking, with Wexner denying the allegations.

Giuffre’s deposition was later ordered to be stricken from the record and re-filed with new redactions. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

The unsealing also included allegations against Alan Dershowitz and Prince Andrew.

Alan Dershowitz said, “Nobody’s name should be redacted. All the names should be out there.”

According to the court documents, Giuffre was asked, “Is Bill Clinton a witness to the sexual abuse of minors?”

Giuffre reportedly replied, “Yes, he would be a witness because he knew what my purpose there was for Jeffrey and he visited Jeffrey’s island.”

“There’s pictures of nude girls all around the house at all of his houses and it’s something that Jeffrey Epstein wasn’t shy about admitting to people,” she continued.

According to the transcript, Giuffre was asked, “Were you paid 10 to $15,000 by or on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein for having sex with Prince Andrew?”

“Yes, I did receive $15,000. I don’t know what equivalent that is to pounds,” she answered.

“I received it in American dollars,” she added.

The Justice Department investigation accused the U.S. Bureau of Prisons of negligence, alleging that Epstein’s death robbed “his numerous victims, many of whom were underage girls at the time of the alleged crimes, of their ability to seek justice through the criminal justice process.”

The documents also included Maxwell’s denial of awareness of Brunel’s alleged activities and revealed the identification of a man named Peter Lambrakis as a possible witness.

The unsealing process has prompted legal and safety concerns for some involved individuals.

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