A batch of photos revealed in newly unsealed court documents captured girls and young women posing on Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island — including some of his madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, who was dubbed “mama bear” by one of the late pedophile’s victims.
The string of photos, provided by Epstein accuser Sarah Ransome, were snapped on the sex offender’s Little St James island in 2006, according to the latest cache of court files released on Monday.
Several of the images show a group of girls hugging each other as they flashed a smile for the camera.
One of the women pictured is Nadia Marcinkova — the blonde model-turned-pilot who was once known as “Global Girl” in the Epstein saga, the court documents state.
In other photos, a casually-dressed Maxwell can be seen lounging on a chair with her feet resting on a dining table.
Another image shows Maxwell perched on a couch alongside Epstein’s friend, Jean-Luc Brunel — the French modeling scout who killed himself in December 2020 while in a Parisian prison on charges of raping underage girls.
A photo of Ransome posing in what appeared to be a while towel was also included in the court filings.
Ransome handed over the cache of images as part of the since-settled defamation lawsuit case that Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre had brought against the sicko’s madam in 2015.
The accuser, who was among those to testify at Maxwell’s Manhattan federal court sentencing for sex trafficking, sat for a deposition in the Giuffre case in which she described how the madam would recruit young girls.
“You know, all the girls kind of reported to Ghislaine. Ghislaine was like the mama bear, if you know what I mean. She called the shots; we had to listen to Ghislaine,” Ransome testified, according to the court docs.
“And Ghislaine was Jeffrey’s right-hand woman, so, you know, whatever Jeffrey wanted went through Ghislaine and then filtered through.”
The trove of photos were included in the 17 documents, totaling 327 pages, that were released on Monday — adding to the cache of information that has emerged in the last week about how Epstein leveraged his connections to the rich, powerful and famous to cover up his crime.
Thousands of pages of documents from the lawsuit had already been made public, but some sections and names had been redacted because of privacy concerns.
The full cache of documents was ordered released by Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska last month.
Ransome didn’t immediately return a request for comment Monday.