Giuffre’s Deposition Docs Still Redact Names of US Politician

Giuffre's Deposition Docs Still Redact Names of US Politician

( – As documents related to trafficker Jeffrey Epstein are released, the world is learning more about who Epstein’s associates were. However, some names are still being withheld from the public.

In one newly released deposition document (page 20, exhibit G), trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre was asked what prominent American politicians she was trafficked to. She said Bill Richardson and another name that has been redacted in the released files. She said she was forced to have intercourse with the unnamed politician at least twice. Bill Richardson was once the governor of New Mexico. He died in September 2023 at age 75, but denied any wrongdoing before his death.

Though no formal accusations of wrongdoing have come up against him, Giuffre claims that she saw former president Bill Clinton on Little St. James, also known as Epstein Island. Giuffre also claims to have seen former Vice President Al Gore on the island, and model Heidi Klum. Johanna Sjoberg, who was involved in the case as a victim alongside Giuffre, claims that at one point, Epstein told her that Clinton “likes them young,” referring to underage girls.

Other famous people who have been named in the documents include Prince Andrew, son of former Queen Elizabeth II. According to Giuffre’s testimony, she was paid $15,000 to have intercourse with Prince Andrew. The royal has denied any wrongdoing. Giuffre’s case against him was settled out of court for a significant sum of money. Michael Jackson was also named as someone who had visited Epstein’s home in Palm Beach, but no accusations of wrongdoing have come out against him. Les Wexner, the billionaire owner of Victoria’s Secret, was named several times in the documents and accused of rape, which he has denied.

Epstein famously died in jail while awaiting trial in 2019, and it was officially declared a suicide by the medical examiner. Many people are skeptical of those claims, which officials have declared a “conspiracy theory.” Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s friend and ex-girlfriend, is currently serving a 20-year sentence for trafficking minors, which she is appealing.

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