Here Are The Top Highlights From Ghislaine Maxwell's Unsealed Court Records
Dozens of exhibits related to Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were unsealed on Thursday evening, providing insight into allegations against the financier and his purported 'madam,' as well as other high-profile individuals, including Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz and several other people whose names one can only guess (and the internet has).
The documents, related to a 2015 civil defamation lawsuit against Maxwell by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, were ordered to be released on July 23 by US District Judge Loretta Preska - which also included flight logs from Epstein's private jets, as well as police reports from the multiple locations where Epstein maintained residences.
Among the findings:
Bill Clinton was allegedly on pedo island with '2 young girls'
|by Anonymous||reply 43||Yesterday at 1:37 PM|
OK. Look. Let's just cut it out, OK? Right now. enough is enough. Jeffrey Epstein invited Bill to his island for meetings related to our foundation. He was meeting with possible donors. There may have been two or three or four young girls on that island but he wasn't "with them." Bill is frail, and old and he's had open heart surgery. Please stop. Enough is enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||Last Thursday at 8:05 PM|
They’re unsealed but they won’t be released for a week to give her time to appeal.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||Last Thursday at 8:05 PM|
Should be titled: "Top Highlights from Ghislaine Maxwell's Unsealed Court Records" (unless a Republican is incriminated, in which case the names will be redacted). I'm still waiting for all the creeps involved to be exposed, not just a select few.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||Last Thursday at 8:14 PM|
So the top suspects from those documents are Clinton, Dershowitz, and Prince Andrew.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||Last Thursday at 8:18 PM|
Not only that, but Dershowitz, who apparently witnessed abuse on the island, helped draft the Epstein immunity agreement - which immunized Dershowitz HIMSELF. Dirty, dirty, dirty.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||Last Thursday at 8:21 PM|
Bill Clinton - quelle surprise.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||Last Thursday at 8:56 PM|
Dersh has to be the most evil slimeball lawyer in all of history.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||Last Thursday at 9:02 PM|
Why else would Trump be palling around with Epstein except for hot chicks?
|by Anonymous||reply 9||Last Thursday at 9:02 PM|
From the article (I don't follow her), Coulter says Trump is specifically named as someone who never had sexual conduct with any of the Epstein girls.
Although he said to Epstein "You've got the life."
|by Anonymous||reply 10||Last Thursday at 9:13 PM|
No, one woman said she didn't have sex with Trump or see him have sex with others. There's still the Jane Doe who said she was raped by Trump and Epstein at age 13.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||Last Thursday at 9:33 PM|
I am shocked that Jizzlaine is still somehow alive.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||Last Thursday at 9:34 PM|
Fuck Zerohedge and anyone who reads their shifty right-wing site.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||Last Thursday at 9:49 PM|
Whoop, de-doo, r10.
Just because one girl says she didn't see Trump having sex with anyone she knew doesn't mean it didn't happen. She did say Trump was flirting with her and Katie Johnson said Trump raped her violently when she was only 13 years old at one of Epstein's parties.
Katie Johnson settled out-of-court.
The Netflix documentary FILTHY RICH also has a witness who said Bill Clinton was on the island but he only hung out with Epstein and there were no girls around. It doesn't mean nothing ever happened, but Ann Coulter is a dishonest cunt to say these witnesses exonerate either Clinton or Trump. Don't be like her — neither she nor the hookers know everything.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||Last Thursday at 9:54 PM|
[quote]Dersh has to be the most evil slimeball lawyer in all of history.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||Last Thursday at 10:06 PM|
R10 So it was only the boys then?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||Last Thursday at 10:38 PM|
Bill Clinton is/was, to say the least, horny. But it seemed like he was into adult women. Monica Lewinsky was the youngest woman Bill was associated with (sexually) - that we know of. IMO, Bill was there to raise campaign funds for Hillary (Epstein the donor) and maybe Epstein provided some early-20s women for Bill.
Dershowitz, I never, ever liked. He always seemed sleazy & dishonest to me. However, he does seem confident that you will not find him on camera doing anything incriminating.
Out of all Epstein's associates, Trump seems the most likely to have partaken in teenaged girls. His relationship with Ivanka, from the time she was a teenager, seemed sexual. Then, he was accused of walking into dressing rooms of the Miss Teen USA contestants.
Prince Andrew, there he is, looking drunk, hands on a teenager.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||Last Thursday at 10:51 PM|
Giuffre's 2016 deposition was a ballbuster. How is this not another form of harrassment and abuse...
|by Anonymous||reply 18||Last Saturday at 9:54 AM|
“However, he does seem confident”
As CON men do.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||Last Saturday at 9:56 AM|
The source on this is garbage.
Any legit sources to link to?
|by Anonymous||reply 20||Last Saturday at 9:56 AM|
I went to pedo island and all I got was a lousy t shirt
|by Anonymous||reply 21||Last Saturday at 9:59 AM|
From recently unsealed docs...
[quote]At one point, the attorney questioning Giuffre ran down a list of prominent men with whom she said she was told to have sex."Other than Glenn Dubin, Stephen Kaufmann, Prince Andrew, Jean-Luc Brunel, Bill Richardson, another prince, the large hotel chain owner and Marvin Minsky, is there anyone else that Ghislaine Maxwell directed you to go have sex with?"
[quote]In that same deposition, Giuffre also said she was sent to have sex with former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, and that she first had sex with famous attorney Alan Dershowitz at Epstein's residence in New York. Last summer, both men denied meeting Giuffre.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||Last Saturday at 11:06 AM|
Some troll on DL keeps bringing up Clinton and trying to smear him even though Virginia S. specifically said she didn’t see him doing anything suspicious and she wasn’t afraid to directly implicate people who were involved, including Derschowitz. As of yet, NO ONE has accused Clinton of anything except being on the island once and using Epstein’s jet.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||Last Saturday at 12:39 PM|
I'd be floored if George Mitchell was in on this action.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||Last Saturday at 4:08 PM|
R25 Prepare to be floored...
[quote]Giuffre also alleges Epstein and Maxwell told her to have sex with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson; former Democratic Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell; the late MIT computer scientist Marvin Minsky; and MC2 model agency cofounder Jean Luc Brunel, as well as an unnamed “prince,” “foreign president,” and owner of “a French hotel chain.” Giuffre previously alleged she had been forced by Epstein and Maxwell to have sex with lawyer Alan Dershowitz and Britain’s Prince Andrew.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||Last Saturday at 4:35 PM|
Gee, nothing on Trump? Is that why he wishes her well?
|by Anonymous||reply 27||Last Saturday at 5:19 PM|
Didn't Jizz get her records sealed while she appealed?
|by Anonymous||reply 28||Last Saturday at 6:15 PM|
This is very interesting.... and an ominous ending.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||Last Saturday at 7:08 PM|
R29 Can you post the article?
|by Anonymous||reply 30||Last Saturday at 10:48 PM|
I was in Ghislaine Maxwell's little black book - and know the dark secrets of her New York life
As a New Yorker who married a Brit, I learned how someone with the money could enter the elite circle of the Epstein-linked socialite
I must have received half a dozen excited phone calls. “I hear you’re on the list?!” they said, hardly able to contain their excitement. The list, as most people now know, is Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘little black book’, curated for him by socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and containing the names and addresses of who’s who in both London and New York. It first emerged in 2012 (when Epstein’s former housekeeper was arrested by the FBI while trying to to sell it) and was published on Gawker.com a few years later, along with the flight logs for his private jet, nicknamed the ‘Lolita Express’, but it wasn’t until a few months ago that everyone seems to have seen the full inventory.
The likes of Bill Clinton, Donald Trump and Naomi Campbell rub shoulders with Prince Andrew, Tony Blair and former Conservative party chairman, Andrew Feldman. Not a single digit of a single address is missing. A circle around your entry is even more reason for uncontained excitement. We even have the honour of double entries: one for my husband and me and the other for my father-in-law, who was also friendly with Ghislaine back in the days when that was an acceptable thing to be. Ghislaine was in my husband’s circle at Oxford and we knew many people in common. Many of our friends were in her inner set (though none will speak about her now).
Ghislaine was like a sniffer dog: sharp, alert and with a nose that could detect any useful information. I was then an assistant producer at 60 Minutes with access to presidents and prime ministers; that caught her attention. I remember her as being quick-witted, attention-seeking and the complete darling of her set. She appeared at every party along with half a dozen of the then-It girls whose main occupation seemed to be finding a wealthy man with a “house”. Ghislaine’s close female friends, however, were career-minded and independent as she clearly was. Many worked in the City.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||Yesterday at 5:49 AM|
We all know what happened next. As the Maxwell empire crumbled beneath her, she teleported herself to New York City and that’s where it gets very interesting. I remember going to dinner parties with her brothers Kevin and Ian in the mid-Nineties and thinking how downtrodden they looked (the hostesses were being kind as mostly everyone else had dumped them). While they hid away in shame and what looked like poverty, Ghislaine re-emerged, and now, with some of most connected people in Manhattan. Not only was she mixing with the very rich, but she seemed to be right in the middle of the action. In fact, she seemed to be directing traffic. Socialising was her clearly well-paid job: as the newly unsealed court documents reveal, Jeffrey Epstein urged Ghislaine Maxwell: “go to parties, deal with it” even after she was sued by Virginia Roberts in 2015.
As a New Yorker who married a Brit (we met there), I observed how easy it was for someone with a British accent and the faint whiff of poshness to forge their way into the most exclusive circles. Brideshead Revisited (a bit like Downton Abbey now) had captured the nation’s imagination. London was parochial in those days: Manhattan was where the action was. The Brits there managed to infiltrate every circle; appearing at all the right parties and nightclubs such as Nell’s and Au Bar and sharing summer houses in the Hamptons and Newport. What was patently clear to me is that few of the wealthy Americans whose homes and clubs they frequented were invited back home. In fact, at least two weddings I know of were based on a complete misunderstanding. She assumed he had a fortune and vice versa. In the days before pre-nups, social media and Google, appearances really could lead you astray.
The question is, how did someone whose father had robbed pensioners and who died in mysterious circumstances, manage to break into the wealthiest circles of Manhattan? “It’s really not that difficult.” explains a New York society friend. “It doesn’t take much to legitimise yourself. Ghislaine came over with the stamp of approval from Prince Andrew. The thinking was if she hangs out with him, she must be OK. There are so many people in New York that you have no idea where they made their money. They all have 'something in development with André Balazs' etc. You only really need one person in society to vouch for you and the rest follow.”
New York is dominated by hostesses who chair committees. “What newcomers do, is they hire PRs,” she says. “They make sure that their names appear on the 15 invitations that really matter. It’s critical to to get your photo in the Post, the Times, Vanity Fair, Vogue and attract the attention of Patrick McMullan (the society snapper). Then you either need a rich husband or a patron. Ghislaine found that in Epstein”. To be clear, the old world of New York money didn’t give Epstein the time of day (there were rumours from the start).
|by Anonymous||reply 32||Yesterday at 5:49 AM|
New York has always been the breeding ground of upstarts and scammers. Europe is small and interwoven. Many an Italian has tried calling themselves a Count in London only to exposed by one phone call to Rome or Milan. New Yorkers seem much more accepting of Europeans feigning titles and hereditary wealth. All those charity dinners and Hamptons McMansions need to be filled with new blood. It all works, for a while.
One dazzling French aristocratic couple I know of arrived in New York and rapidly became the toast of the town. The glamorous model wife frequently appeared in Vogue: they got endless column inches and appeared on the red carpets of events like the Costume Institute Ball [aka The Met] hosted by Anna Wintour. They featured at every key charity dinner as guests of the most illustrious patron. This is the standard approach to raising money: first you lavish newcomers with hospitality then you sit back and wait for a donation.
It became increasingly apparent that this couple were neither planning to pledge hundreds of thousands to the hostesses' pet cause, nor were return invitations forthcoming for weekends in St Tropez on the PJ. “It’s critical if you want to play with the fast crowd that you have a house somewhere: a chateau in Austria or Lamu or some place that sounds fancy and of interest,” says my friend. This couple had nothing but their looks and entertainment value to offer. Invitations rapidly dried up along with the perks and pretty soon they had to return to their one-bedroom flat in Paris with their tails between their legs.
Then there’s the story of Anna ‘Delvey’ (real name Sorokin), the twentysomething Russian who claimed to be a German heiress with a trust fund, and managed to infiltrate New York’s highest circles – conniving her way into luxury and persuading banks to give her loans. One friend paid for a lavish $62,000 holiday to Morocco, assuming she would be paid back. At her trial last year, where she was sentenced for up to 12 years for theft of services and grand larceny, Ms Sorokin claimed never to have told anyone she had millions at her disposal – they just assumed it. Though she is currently housed at Rikers Island jail, she is already writing her second book. Meanwhile, Netflix has purchased the rights to the New York Magazine story that exposed her, for an undisclosed amount.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||Yesterday at 5:50 AM|
Appearances are everything in New York. As long as you act like a winner, people assume you are, even after a conviction. High society is so intertwined and so many favours have been exchanged that when Epstein told Maxwell that she had “done nothing wrong” and to “start acting like it” he presumably felt confident on her behalf. From what my investigative journalist friends tell me, Epstein and Maxwell kept careful tabs on their house guests and, they say, labelled tapes.
Some people in Epstein’s ‘little black book’ might have good reason to worry. Our entry goes back to the Eighties and was not updated after (we were no longer of interest, clearly). I suspect Ghislaine, raised by one depraved fraudster and romantically entangled with another, has a trick or two up her sleeve, yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||Yesterday at 5:50 AM|
Do these people know how pathetic they sound to the "normal" people?
|by Anonymous||reply 35||Yesterday at 6:00 AM|
Katie Couric has been identified as a frequent visitor to Epstein's island, Couric's charity "C.O.R.N." has been caught harvesting healthy colon from the young victims of Epstein.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||Yesterday at 6:11 AM|
Couric stole that foundation from Carol Channing.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||Yesterday at 6:17 AM|
Of course Katie stole from Carol, a WOC.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||Yesterday at 6:21 AM|
[quote]Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘little black book’, curated for him by socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
The most hilariously decadent use of 'curated' I've ever seen. Brava! Thus far it's all like a 'Vanity Fair' story in the good old days. Cafe society, pathetic dated snobbery. Still, there's clearly deep dark stuff to come.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||Yesterday at 7:59 AM|
Unsealed deposition from Guiffre detailing how she was procured by Maxwell and trafficked (from 2011)
|by Anonymous||reply 41||Yesterday at 8:29 AM|
Did Lorna go to Dalton? And have any actual Dalton students come forward, seems like this would have been a predilection he had back then and ample opportunity.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||Yesterday at 1:37 PM|