Jeffrey Epstein List LIVE updates: Revelations of Epstein’s $200 Payments for Illicit Massages from School Girls & Additional Payments for Recruiting

Jeffrey Epstein

Dozens of court documents pertaining to late millionaire Jeffrey Epstein were unsealed on early on Thursday. The documents name several high-profile friends of Epstein as well as victims who have spoken publicly.



Jeffrey Epstein list LIVE updates: In 2005, Jeffrey Epstein faced his initial arrest on allegations of paying a 14-year-old girl for sexual activity. Over the following years, numerous underage girls shared similar accounts of abuse.

In 2008, Epstein was allowed to plead guilty to a charge connected to a single victim. He served 13 months in a work-release program and died in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.

The unsealed documents stem from a 2015 lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre against Maxwell, an Epstein victim. Giuffre, among many others, accused Epstein of abuse across his properties in Florida, New York, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and New Mexico.

The initial release identifies more than 170 individuals, including former US Presidents and other notable figures.

During Maxwell’s trial two years ago, it was revealed that Epstein had used the names of his famous friends to entice aspiring models or artists into his deceitful schemes.

Maxwell was convicted of sex-trafficking charges and is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence, while Epstein passed away in 2019.


Epstein Offered $200 In Exchange for Inappropriate Massages

The updates on the Jeffrey Epstein case include a lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre, one of his abuse victims and former girlfriend, against Ghislaine Maxwell.

Records indicate that Epstein paid $200 for inappropriate massages from high school girls and offered additional payments for recruiting new acquaintances.


Unsealed Records Indicate Victim Would Receive Payment If She Brought Other Friends Along

In a statement from Palm Beach Detective Joseph Recarey, it was mentioned that “if that victim brought other friends, she would get paid for the recruitment of those friends” in relation to Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein, the accused, died in jail before facing trial on federal sex-trafficking and sexual abuse charges.


19 Additional Unsealed Documents Related to Jeffrey Epstein Revealed

In the latest updates on the Jeffrey Epstein case, 19 additional documents from a lawsuit related to him were made public on Thursday.

This follows the previous unsealing of documents about the deceased convicted pedophile who died in jail before facing sex-trafficking charges. Further revelations are anticipated in the upcoming weeks.

Among the documents, it’s stated that Epstein and Maxwell engaged in the finding and recruitment of girls “to perform massages and work at Epstein’s home,” as Palm Beach Detective Joseph Recarey alleged. Recarey also indicated that Maxwell recruited approximately 30 to 33 girls.

These details from Johanna Sjoberg suggest she was part of a group, organized by Epstein, that visited one of Donald Trump’s casinos due to bad weather.

While Epstein mentioned involving Trump, there’s no indication that they met that night. Sjoberg clarified that she was never asked to provide Trump with a massage.

In response to the revelations, Trump’s campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung stated that any assertions about Trump’s connection with Epstein had been “thoroughly debunked.”


Who Mentioned In the Unsealed Documents?

It’s indeed noted in the unsealed documents that Epstein had a past association with Bill Clinton, who has not faced accusations of wrongdoing, and with Britain’s Prince Andrew, who settled a lawsuit regarding allegations of involvement with a 17-year-old girl linked to Epstein.

Additionally, Johanna Sjoberg, an Epstein accuser, mentioned in a recently released deposition that she had met Michael Jackson at his Florida home. She clarified that there were no inappropriate incidents involving the late pop icon during that encounter.


What’s the Epstein List?

The recent unsealing of court documents, numbering around 40 in the initial release, contains information that’s already been extensively covered in various public domains.

These documents draw upon nearly two decades’ worth of material, including newspaper articles, TV documentaries, interviews, legal cases, and books regarding the Epstein scandal



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