Following the first disclosure of the case files on Wednesday, which included the names of former US Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, Prince Andrew, brother of Britain's King Charles III, and many celebrities, 19 more previously closed files were made public.

In the newly disclosed files, consisting of approximately 300 pages, details about the methods by which Epstein and his girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell "deceived underage girls" came to the fore this time, rather than famous names.
According to the news reflected in the American media, the statements of detective Joseph Recarey, who once led Epstein's investigation, were widely included in the files in question.

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In his testimony, Recarey explained that Epstein took underage girls to his house as masseurs or maids, some of them were deceived with the promise of becoming models, and then "marketed" to rich names. The detective stated that he took investigative statements from at least 30 girls who worked at Epstein's house in this way.
The files also included some details about the dates and ways in which Maxwell helped Epstein find underage girls.

Bill Clinton didn't want articles against Epstein

One of the statements in the files, referring to Virginia Giuffre, the main plaintiff against Epstein, alleged that Bill Clinton threatened Vanity Fair magazine "not to publish an article about Epstein's prostitution network".

In the same file, Giuffre also claimed that Clinton was aware of Epstein's prostitution network in detail and had traveled with him many times.

It was noted that new sections of the Epstein case files will continue to be released on Friday and next week, and that new names are included in the files in question.

Epstein case files
The case files, which include the names of Prince Andrew, former US Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, former US Vice President Al Gore, actor Kevin Spacey, singer Michael Jackson, illusionist David Copperfield, lawyer Alan Dershowitz and former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, began to be made publicly available on Wednesday.

The files also revealed Johanna Sjoberg's testimony that she was harassed by Prince Andrew in Epstein's Manhattan apartment in 2001, while Prince Andrew denied the allegation of harassment.

Although Clinton and Trump were named in the files, no charges were brought against the former presidents.

In the case files, it was claimed that Sjoberg accused Bill Clinton of liking young women and that Epstein contacted Trump before going to his New Jersey hangouts. Bill Clinton's representatives argued that the former president had no knowledge of Epstein's crimes.

Jeffrey Epstein affair
Jeffrey Epstein, accused of sexually abusing dozens of girls under the age of 18, the youngest of whom was 14, and creating a prostitution network, was found dead on August 10, 2019 in his cell at New York's Manhattan Metropolitan Central Prison.


Epstein's girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, was found guilty in her trial for allegedly assisting Epstein's illegal activities in the organization of luring underage girls into prostitution for some rich people, celebrities and government officials.


On the other hand, Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein's victims, filed a lawsuit in New York in 2021, claiming that Prince Andrew molested her in New York and London when she was 17. Giuffre claimed that the Prince sexually harassed her without her consent, even though he knew she was a minor.