Unveiled: Federal Judge Orders Release of 177 Names Linked to Jeffrey Epstein's Conviction

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 12/19/2023
In 2024, as part of the unsealing of court documents, a federal judge has ordered the disclosure of the names of 177 individuals who were associated with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. 

On Monday, the judge issued an order to unseal the names in relation to a defamation case filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Prince Andrew, against Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell, Epstein's former girlfriend, has been convicted of sex crimes and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

On January 1, a significant number of files pertaining to the associates are scheduled to be released. However, due to the observance of the holiday, it is anticipated that these files will most likely be made available to the public on the subsequent day. 

The court order, which spans 51 pages and was initially made public by The Daily Mail, provides a comprehensive list of 187 individuals associated with Epstein. It outlines whether their information would be unsealed and offers explanations for the decisions made.


The identities of 10 individuals referred to as "J. Does" will be kept confidential as they are believed to be victims of sexual abuse during their time as minors. These individuals have chosen not to publicly disclose their experiences, and as a result, their personal information will be protected. According to the court, when the privacy interests of the alleged minor victim outweigh the public interest, certain cases fall into this category. 

In 2015, Roberts Giuffre initiated a lawsuit against Maxwell, accusing her of defamation. Although the case has been resolved through a settlement, various media outlets have sought to obtain and publish the related documents. 


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