In Stunning Turnaround, Ghislaine Maxwell Gave Up Her Fight to Keep 8 John Does’ Identity Hidden   

In Stunning Turnaround, Ghislaine Maxwell Gave Up Her Fight to Keep 8 John Does’ Identity Hidden   

Well, the walls could actually be closing in on some very famous perverted people…


After being convicted of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by Epstein, Ghislaine seems to have thrown in the towel on life.

In a stunning turnaround, Ghislaine Maxwell has given up her fight to keep the names of 8 “John Does” hidden.

She wrote a letter to the court and sailed them down the river.

You just gotta know one of them is Bill Clinton. There’s no way it’s not, if you ask me.

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Bizpacreview reported that Maxwell’s attorney, Laura A. Menninger, submitted a letter last week to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York judge overseeing her client’s case, Judge Loretta Preska.

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In the letter, Menninger wrote that her client was dropping her objection to the unsealing of past court documents containing the names of Epstein’s cohorts, who for the time being are known publicly only as “John Does.”

One of Epstein’s most famous accusers, his former alleged sex slave Virginia Roberts Giuffre, sued Maxwell years ago, accusing the infamous madam of having recruited her to work as Epstein’s masseuse when she was only 15.

After the suit was settled in 2017, Giuffre lobbied for the related court documents to be unsealed, but Maxwell joined Epstein’s yet-unnamed cohorts in opposing these efforts.

In the letter submitted last Wednesday, Menninger wrote that going forward, Maxwell wants to leave it up to the individual “John Does” to fight to keep the documents sealed.


“Ghislaine Maxwell writes to inform the Court that she does not wish to further address those objections. …  Each of the listed Does has counsel who have ably asserted their own respective privacy rights. Ms. Maxwell therefore leaves it to this Court to conduct the appropriate review consistent with the Order and Protocol for Unsealing Decided Motions,” the letter reads.

Now, keep in mind, just because Ghislaine has given up on protecting these scumbags, doesn’t mean they’ll automatically be outed.

The judge will listen and consider the arguments from each of the anonymous “John Does,” But also worth noting, those filings are not public.

But Maxwell’s decision to cut them loose doesn’t bode well for them.


It’s definitely something to keep our eye on.

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