New information continues to emerge about Jeffrey Epstein, the famous billionaire and businessman who ended his life by committing suicide in the prison where he was arrested in the US. Arrested on charges of sexually abusing under-18 girls and creating a prostitution network, Epstein's relationship with many famous names from politics to show business draws attention.

On Wednesday, 946 pages of court documents were unsealed from the 2015 lawsuit filed by one of Epstein's victims, Virginia Giuffre, who was photographed with Prince Andrew, against Epstein's partner Ghislaine Maxwell. The case, which concluded in 2017, included many important documents. 

PRINCE ANDREW AND A 17-YEAR-OLD GIRL

In recent weeks, a Polish victim of Epstein's stated that Epstein recorded everything and constantly took photos. The case documents released to the public also contain shocking details. Particularly the statements of Johanna Sjoberg stand out from the documents released to the press.

Johanna Sjoberg was a 20-year-old student at Palm Beach Atlantic University in May 2016 when Maxwell, a stranger, approached her and offered her a job as a personal assistant. Sjoberg began working for Epstein in 2001. Sjoberg was also involved in Epstein's sex traps and said he knew that another victim, Virginia Roberts, whose name was associated with Prince Andrew, was underage.

Roberts was hired by Maxwell in 2000 while working as a locker room attendant at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach.


PAID 12 MILLION DOLLARS TO SILENCE ALLEGATIONS

Sjoberg also claimed that Virginia Giuffre was with Prince Andrew at Epstein's mansion in Manhattan. Giuffre would later say that she and Prince Andrew had sex that evening at Epstein's house. Sjoberg said the Prince touched her breast.

"Johanna confirmed that Virginia witnessed Virginia living with Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell in Jeffrey Epstein's New York mansion when she was 17 years old," the documents said.

The Duke reportedly paid Giuffre $12 million in damages in 2022 over Giuffre's allegations that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17, but Giuffre always denied it. 

HE ALSO PERFORMED HIS MAGIC TRICKS AT EPSTEIN'S HOUSE
Among the names involved in the Epstein case is David Copperfield, who is famous all over the world for his magic tricks.

According to court documents, Johanna Sjoberg, one of Epstein's victims, said she met David Copperfield at Epstein's home. 

Newly released court documents show that Johanna Sjoberg testified that the famous magician had dinner at Epstein's house and asked her if she was paid to bring him new girls.

MICHAEL JACKSON WAS ALSO IN THAT HOUSE

Johanna Sjoberg said she met Michael Jackson when she was with Epstein.

Asked if she massaged Jackson, Sjoberg replied, "I did not." Jackson died in June 2009 at the age of 50 and was accused of pedophilia several times.

Epstein's Palm Beach mansion was one of several places where he sexually abused young girls. The beachfront property, 1.6 kilometers from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago, went on the market in 2020 for $21.995 million but is thought to have sold for $18 million. Todd Michael Glaser, a Florida-based developer, now plans to demolish the existing house and build a new one in its place.

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The two men became better known when they told their story in the 2019 HBO documentary series Leaving Neverland. The Jackson family strongly objected to the four-hour documentary as a public lynching of a man who was acquitted of child molestation charges in 2005.

STEPHEN HAWKING'S PARTY
From the documents kept by Epstein to the hitherto secret testimony in the trials, it seems that many more names will emerge in the scandalous prostitution case. One of these names is even the famous physicist Stephen Hawking.

In an email apparently sent from Epstein to Ghislaine Maxwell, it is seen that Ghislaine Maxwell asked him to trash comments that disabled physicist Professor Stephen Hawking attended a pedophile party during a trip to Epstein's private island in 2008.