Court reveals names in Ghislaine Maxwell lawsuit


Nearly 200 names that had previously been redacted from court documents in a lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein’s former lover and accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell have been made public by order of a federal judge in New York.

U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ordered their release in December, but gave Jane and John Does two weeks in case they wanted to appeal.

The names were revealed in a series of 40 documents that were released in the unredacted dossier that concealed big names, including former presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, former Clinton aide Doug Band, Prince Andrew, the late former governor of New Mexico. Bill Richardson and French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, who like Epstein died while awaiting trial.

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Jeffrey Epstein photographed in Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 8, 2004. (Rick Friedman/Getty Images)

Epstein had many high-profile connections, including former US presidents, foreign prime ministers and Britain’s Prince Andrew, as well as Hollywood stars, prominent academics, people in the modeling and fashion industries and other public figures. Some of the names were previously known through other means despite being withheld from the public in the lawsuit.

Many of the names belong to people who have not been charged with a crime, including Clinton, who also refused to ask the court to keep her name sealed.

A spokesperson for Clinton also denied claims contained in one of the documents that the former president and Epstein had a “close personal relationship.”

Bill Clinton receives a massage from Jeffrey Epstein's victim

Bill Clinton receives a massage from Chauntae Davies in 2002 at a small airport in Portugal during a fuel stop for Jeffrey Epstein’s Boeing 727 headed to Africa from New York. (Mega)

Other names revealed Wednesday included billionaire Glenn Dubin and his former private chef Rinaldo Rizzo. Previously released documents revealed that Rizzo claimed that Epstein and Maxwell once visited Dubin’s home with a disoriented 15-year-old Swedish girl who told him that the couple asked her for sex and that they had taken her passport. Others mentioned include Limited Brands founder Tony Figueroa and former Victoria’s Secret CEO Les Wexner, and Epstein accusers Johanna Sjoberg and Annie Farmer.

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One notable new name is David Copperfield, who was accused of sexually assaulting a teenage model and is described in the documents as a friend of Epstein.

Sjoberg, according to a deposition in the lawsuit, claimed that Epstein once told him that “Clinton likes young girls, meaning girls” and that Copperfield, a friend of Epstein’s, “did some magic tricks” at the dinner.

Graphic content warning: Exhibit 12, Johanna Sjoberg’s statement (mobile users go here)

Sjoberg also mentioned Trump, claiming that Epstein once claimed he would call the billionaire businessman when his helicopter had to be diverted to Atlantic City because it couldn’t land in New York. He also claimed that he had never given massages to Trump, director George Lucas or Marvin Minsky, a renowned computer scientist who died in 2016.

Read Annex 9 (mobile users go here)

In a typo-filled email from Epstein to Maxwell, the sex trafficker accused Giuffre of making up her accusations against him and mentioned “stven hawking” and an “underage orgy.” In that same document, another email showed a Maxwell publicist boasting about some “useful leak” with links to articles in the Daily Mail and Daily News.

Please read Exhibit #14 (mobile users go here)

Several were withheld for various reasons, including the names of some of Epstein’s underage victims and at least one person who the judge said had been falsely identified.

Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson Dubin, who had previously dated Epstein, have previously denied any knowledge of the late financier’s behavior.

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Jeffrey Epstein and Chauntae Davies in Paris

Chauntae Davies and Jeffrey Epstein in an undated photograph of them in Paris. (Mega)

All of the names were previously redacted documents in a lawsuit against Maxwell by Virginia Giuffre, an Epstein accuser who said he trafficked her to his private island, Little St. James, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, before she turned 18. years. The parties settled out of court in 2017. She also filed a lawsuit and received a settlement from Prince Andrew.

In a separate criminal case, Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years behind bars for sex trafficking Epstein victims.

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The publication comes amid a fight in Congress to reveal the names of Epstein’s clients and people who traveled on his private jet. Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn and Rep. Tim Burchett have accused Democrats of “stonewalling” their requests for those documents.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre holds a photo of herself as a teenager

Virginia Roberts Giuffre holds up a photo of herself as a teenager when she says she was abused by Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew, among others. (Emily Michot/Getty Images)

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“It appears that bad actors within our government are doing everything they can to protect the pedophiles who took over Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet,” Blackburn wrote in X in late December. “I will not stop working to reveal their identities. The American people deserve to know every name on that list.”

Giuffre praised lawmakers’ involvement in X itself while mocking some of Epstein’s previously unnamed associates.

Prince Andrew Virginia Roberts

A 2001 photo included in court records shows Prince Andrew with his arm around the waist of 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre. Ghislaine Maxwell is standing on the right. (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit)

“We are finally hearing from members of the US government’s senators about the need for transparency and a call to arms to demand accountability!!” ” he wrote on

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Anyone who suspects trafficking can call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at (888) 373-7888.



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