Identities of names in Epstein-related case to start dropping today

The identities of over 170 Jeffrey Epstein associates — likely to include Bill Clinton and disgraced Prince Andrew — are slated to start being published in court papers being unsealed Wednesday, officials confirmed.

“The unsealing should begin today,” Manhattan federal District Court Executive Edward Friedland confirmed to The Post Wednesday.

The highly anticipated unveiling is part of a since-settled 2015 defamation case that accuser Virginia Giuffre — aka Virginia Roberts — brought against Epstein madam and convicted sex-trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell.

The names of over 170 people are slated to be published today in a years-old Jeffrey Epstein related case. DOJ
Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton are expected to be two of the identities unmasked in Virginia Giuffre’s since-settled defamation case against Epstein’s madame Ghislaine Maxwell. William J. Clinton Presidential Library
Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted for sex-trafficking young women for Epstein. US District Court for the Southe

Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska in December said the names of roughly 177 people would begin coming out in Giuffre’s case in the new year.

Former president Clinton is expected to come up over 50 times in the court documents though he isn’t accused of any wrongdoing.

Clinton was photographed with the late pedophile and took flights on the multi-millionaire’s private plane.


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