According to the documents, Epstein was prepared to reward a fellow survivor if she helped prove that allegations that Hawking had attended such an event were false. 

In an email sent by Epstein to Ghislaine Maxwell, the pedophile asked the British socialite, who was convicted of sex trafficking and arranging girls to be abused by Epstein, if any of the friends of Virginia Giuffre, a survivor of the pedophile acts, would come forward to help prove his allegations against Hawking were false.

Epstein wrote: "You can give a prize to any of Virginia's friends, acquaintances, family who come forward and help prove that her claims are false."

"The strongest is the Clinton dinner and the new version that Stephen Hawking participated in an underage orgy in the Virgin Islands."

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Stephen Hawking visited Epstein's infamous island

The photos show the late physicist visiting Epstein's infamous island in 2006 for a conference reportedly funded by Epstein on the neighboring island of St. Thomas.  

Hawking is seen attending a barbecue and taking a submarine tour of the seabed off the island, The Telegraph reported. 

Hawking is best known for discovering that black holes emit radiation that can be detected with special instruments.

On Wednesday (January 3), 946 pages of court documents emerged from Giuffre's 2015 lawsuit against British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell. The case was settled in 2017.

Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year sentence for sex trafficking, was the only person convicted of a sex trafficking ring.

While the case was settled in 2017, the names have remained secret until now.

Other things mentioned in the document include allegations that former President Bill Clinton 'liked young people'.