Jeffrey Epstein’s 177 high profile pals to be NAMED in Prince Andrew accuser lawsuit as papers unsealed in 2024

Jeffrey Epstein’s 177 high profile pals to be NAMED in Prince Andrew accuser lawsuit as papers unsealed in 2024

JEFFREY Epstein’s powerful friends are set to be exposed in court documents due to be revealed in a matter of days.

Over 150 of paedophile Epstein‘s high-profile associates and his victims will be named after a judge ordered the unsealing of hundreds of files.

AFPConvicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein (pictured) hung himself in prison in 2019[/caption]

RexVirginia Roberts Giuffre pictured with Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell when she was 17[/caption]

Jae DonnellyAndrew claimed he visited Epstein in New York (pictured) to end their friendship in 2010[/caption]

The documents are expected to reveal more about the convicted sex offender’s trafficking crimes and just how far his network reached.

American judge Loretta Preska has “unsealed in full” the 177 names which include his victims, friends, recruiters and more.

The material is likely to be uncovered on January 2 next year, Mail Online reports.

It comes as part of a case brought by Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, 40, against Epstein’s former lover and sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell.

Epstein, 66, was found dead in a New York jail in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking.

Guiffre was a victim of his sex trafficking ring and made claims against the Duke of York as well as disgraced Brit socialite Maxwell.

She launched a legal battle against Andrew on August 10, 2021, accusing him of sexually abusing her at Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion.

Giuffre alleged in court documents that she was recruited by Maxwell, 61, the daughter of disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell, as a teenage “sex slave” for Epstein.

When Maxwell branded her a liar over the claims of sexual abuse, Giuffre filed a defamation lawsuit in 2015.

The case was settled, but some of those involved in the trial were identified in the ruling through links to interviews they had previously given.

Judge Preska then cited this as a reason for why their identities should not remain sealed.

She gave two weeks to those set to be named for them to object.

It comes after Epstein’s “little black book” listing 301 British associates was found by the FBI in 2019.

There were more than 1,000 numbers and dozens of email addresses between the Brits named in the book, the Mirror reported.

Prince Andrew has 16 numbers to his name – including a mobile and lines for Balmoral and Sandringham palaces, where he had visited the royal.

These new files will include documents about one of Prince Andrew’s accusers, who alleges that he groped her at Esptein’s New York mansion.

The new files are likely to involve emails, legal documents, depositions and more.

Documents from the infamous case have been released steadily since 2019 when the first were made public just before Epstein killed himself.

Despite Andrew’s claims he cut off his friendship with Epstein in 2010, it was previously reported that palace aides fear new revelations could emerge just a few months ago.

Paedo Epstein was released from prison following a 13-month sentence for ­soliciting a minor for ­prostitution in 2008, with Andrew claiming he met with him in December 2010 to break off their friendship.

But new court documents allege the prince also met with the paedophile while he was under house arrest at his Florida home in June earlier the same year, The Mirror reported.

The ruling also suggests some documents will refer to Jean-Luc Brunel, who died under eerily similar circumstances to Epstein in February 2022.

He also hung himself in prison while awaiting trial for sex crimes and was also alleged to have abused Giuffre.

“Doe 23” could be Brunel as it describes someone who was “subject to a widely publicised criminal prosecution abroad for sex trafficking”.

Haley Robson is also apparently set to appear in the documents.

Robson allegedly met Epstein when a friend told her she could make some money if she went to his house and gave him a massage.

In Netflix documentary Filthy Rich, Robson says she initially refused Epstein’s advances but he told her he would give her $200 if she brought her friends over as well.

Several could include those who managed and worked on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean – where some of his most heinous abuse was carried out.

Some are already identified in the ruling either because they testified under their own name or are linked to interviews they gave in the documents.

Others are linked to the Netflix documentary about Epstein’s crimes, Filthy Rich.

Carolyn Adriano, who gave evidence at Maxwell’s trial, said she was lured in at 14 and raped multiple times by Epstein.

She died this year by overdose in a Florida hotel room.

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz asked to be identified publicly.

Johanna Sjoberg, who made claims against both Prince Andrew and Epstein, could be “Doe 162” as Judge Preska cites a Mail article about her in the ruling.

She alleged Prince Andrew groped her breast in Epstein’s New York home.

Other people included in the files allegedly include “another prince”, a “foreign president” a “well-known prime minister” and the owner of a “large hotel chain” in France.

Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s former lover and convicted sex traffickerPA

Getty – ContributorCourt files relating to Epstein and Maxwell’s crimes have been released steadily in the years since Guiffre (pictured) sued Maxwell for defamation[/caption]

Epstein’s Little St James Island in the US Virgin Islands

He built an enormous cream-coloured mansion on the sprawling islandAP:Associated Press

John Coates/airport-data.comJeffrey Epstein’s private jet dubbed the ‘Lolita Express’ which he used to escort underage girls[/caption]

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