Latest updates : On Monday, January 8, a fresh set of court records from a lawsuit involving late businessman and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein were made public. The set contained seventeen documents.

The records are a part of a defamation lawsuit that Virginia Giuffre, a purported victim of Epstein, brought against Ghislaine Maxwell, his longtime companion, which the two parties resolved in 2017. As Epstein awaited trial on federal allegations of sex trafficking, he committed suicide in a Manhattan prison.

Pictures produced by Sarah Ransome, who filed a lawsuit against Epstein, Maxwell, and other alleged co-conspirators in 2017 under the alias “Jane Doe 43,” are included in the court documents that were unsealed on Monday, according to ABC News reports.

Ransome testified in the Giuffre case as well.

She presented several photos of herself, Maxwell, Epstein, and other young women on Epstein’s private island after being questioned.

Ransome stated that French model scout Jean Luc Brunel, Epstein’s partner, took and sent her several of the images, according to another unsealed file.

The second set of records that were previously sealed and made public last week mostly dealt with the recruitment of teenage girls into his Florida residence.

A few of the depositions, which were made public on Thursday, January 4, focused on how the teenage females were persuaded, in exchange for an extra payment, to visit Epstein’s house and to bring their friends.

“Jeffrey stole my clothes,” the woman remembers the incident.

The woman, whose identity has been withheld, said that she was unaware that the visit would include sexual activity and that she had never given a massage before. She claimed to have met Epstein when she was 16 or 17.

A woman filed a transcript of her statement, which stated, “The first time I met him, Jeffrey took my clothes off without my consent.” 

Det. Joseph Recarey, a former Palm Beach police officer, stated in 2016 that Ghislaine Maxwell—who is incarcerated for 20 years—was involved in enlisting young women to work as massage therapists and provide services at Epstein’s residence.

A transcript showed that Recarey had claimed to have spoken with almost thirty-three women. Only two of the girls, he said, were older and had received massages. According to Epstein, the majority of the girls enlisted at his house weren’t older than eighteen.

“Every victim who visited the house was asked to invite their pals along. Some followed through, while others did not,” said the now-deceased Recarey.

Most of the names in the first set of court documents that were made public had previously been made public in other media and during court processes. Maxwell was found guilty of sex trafficking in 2021 and has been housed in federal prison ever since. Maxwell’s attorneys claim that their client has “consistently and vehemently maintained her innocence.”


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