Newly, unsealed court documents name former Gov. Bill Richardson in Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex ring

On Friday, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals unsealed court documents that allege Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell directed Virginia Giuffre to have sex with several, high-power men, including former Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico.

The newly unsealed documents “are part of a a defamation lawsuit that Giuffre filed against Maxwell several years ago. The suit accused Maxwell of calling Giuffre a liar for claiming that Maxwell and Epstein sexually abused her when she was underage.

The court also released transcripts of a 2016 deposition where Giuffre stated Maxwell also forced her to have sex with, “Prince Andrew, hedge funder Glenn Dubin, late MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, modeling company founder Jean Luc-Brunel, an owner of large hotel chain, and another prince as well as noted lawyer Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law professor.”

In the deposition, Giuffre was asked if she was forced to have sex with any other men. She claimed she probably did but could not recall their names.

The newly, released court documents contain flight records of Trump flying from a resort in Palm Beach, Florida to Newark, New Jersey.

The defamation suit now goes back to the district court where a judge will decide if other documents should be unsealed and released.

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