The attorney representing Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s alleged “groomer and madam” told a judge on Wednesday September 3rd, there are hundreds of names listed in over 2,000 documents set to unsealed by the federal appeals court in New York according to Bloomberg.

Attorney Sigrid McCrawly said at the hearing, “Anybody whose information is in the documents would be notified so they could object,”

Ms. Maxwell has an interesting history herself, as the Wall Street Journal discovered.

In depositions taken in 2009 and 2010 as part of civil lawsuits against Mr. Epstein, household employees said Ms. Maxwell was a central figure in Mr. Epstein’s private life. Several said Ms. Maxwell hired, supervised, and fired household staff, while directing the visits of dozens of “massage therapists”—typically young women.
Juan Alessi, who said in one of the depositions that he served as the Palm Beach house manager from around 1992 through 2002, described a basket of sex toys in Ms. Maxwell’s bathroom closet. He said he would find them around when he cleaned up after visits from the young women. 


We will have to wait and see how the courts handle the release. Hurricane Dorian has taken over much of the news cycle as of late, but not a month has passed from Jeffery Epstein’s suicide. Even with the medical examiner declaring his death suicide, there are is still much to unravel about Epstein’s life and dealings.

Source: Bloomberg