Want to play a round of international whack-a-mole with high-powered figures and a disgraced financier? Grab your mallet folks, because the never-ending carousel of Jeffrey Epstein’s grim legacy is about to take another spin.
Imminent documents tied to Jeffrey Epstein’s lawsuits are about to pop out of the woodwork, promising to name nearly 200 individuals who, until this point, have enjoyed the cloak of anonymity. It’s like a twisted game show, but instead of winning a vacation to Tahiti, contestants get a torrent of public scrutiny and potential legal implications. On the edge of your seat yet? You should be.
Among these so-called contestants expected to step into the spotlight are none other than former President Bill Clinton and Britain’s Prince Andrew. It’s not really the popularity contest most would aspire to win, but when life gives you Epstein-related lawsuits, you don’t exactly get lemonade.
ABC News has hinted at Clinton’s pseudonymous appearance as “Doe 36”, a star cast member in over 50 of the upcoming redacted documents. Who knew political figures had such flair for the dramatic?
This impressive pile of paper stems back to a lawsuit filed circa 2015, by alleged trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre, who took issue with Epstein’s former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell. According to Giuffre, Maxwell was more than a steady hand to Epstein, perpetuating a tragic role in a forced sexual encounter with Prince Andrew among others.
Andrew has since issued a denial so vehement it could strip paint off a wall, while Clinton, to ensure uniformity in this grim saga, also vehemently denies any wrongdoings. Apparently, they are seeking to redefine the childhood game of hide-and-seek, with Clinton insisting he’s never set foot on Epstein’s private island, let alone Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion.
However, a flight log from one of Epstein’s pilots beg to differ, showing Clinton did partake in several trips aboard Epstein’s aesthetically named “Lolita Express”. This might be the only time in history that people are vehemently denying having traveled on a private jet.
While Clinton’s lawyers exhibit a nonchalant attitude to his naming, the situation may be murkier for Prince Andrew. ABC News tells us to anticipate unsealed testimony from the mysterious “Jane Doe 162,” who was allegedly present at Epstein’s New York Mansion with none other than the Duke himself.
With Epstein’s demise in a New York jail cell in 2019, the saga may seem to have concluded. But the resurrection of these documents reaffirms a bitter truth: life doesn’t just go on, especially not if you’re mentioned in connection with Jeffrey Epstein. As the documents unseal, they’re poised to unveil a world that many had hoped to keep hidden. Strap yourselves in folks, the ride is about to get bumpy.