Jeffery Epstein, in a 2015 email, ordered Maxwell to “place a reward” on anyone connected to Virginia Giuffre, a key accuser of Prince Andrew.
In a shocking twist to the ongoing saga surrounding US financier Jeffrey Epstein, a sex offender, unsealed documents reveal that the convicted pedophile had asked his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell to bribe those who could potentially “rebut” an explosive allegation involving to renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. The Sun (United States) reported.
According to explosive documents, Epstein, in a 2015 email, ordered Maxwell to “place a reward” on anyone connected to Virginia Giuffre, a key accuser of Prince Andrew.
The incentive was intended to encourage people to come forward and contradict Giuffre’s claims, particularly those related to Hawking and former US President Bill Clinton.
The email described Epstein’s focus on refuting allegations surrounding an alleged “underage orgy” involving Hawking during an event in the Virgin Islands.
The message said: “The strongest is the Clinton dinner and the new version in the Virgin Islands that Stephen Hawking participated in an underage orgy.”
In 2015, photographs emerged showing Hawking, who died in 2018 at the age of 76, staying on Epstein’s private Caribbean island.
The images showed the acclaimed physicist at a barbecue in Little St James, known colloquially as Epstein’s “Paedo Island”. The meeting was part of a conference funded by Epstein and attended by 21 scientists, including Hawking.
The open documents also implicated several celebrities and politicians, and Hawking’s name was among those revealed.
The revelations shed light on the intricate web of connections involving high-profile figures in Epstein’s orbit.
Adding another layer to the scandal, Johanna Sjoberg, who accused Prince Andrew of inappropriate behavior, claimed in a statement that she met Michael Jackson at Epstein’s Palm Beach residence.
The unfolding revelations continue to captivate public attention, exposing the extent of Epstein’s influence and the alleged misdeeds of those associated with him.