Clinton’s Name Mentioned Over 50 Times In Redacted Epstein Filings

As pages of previously sealed court filings about deceased trafficker Jeffrey Epstein are scheduled to be released to the public in the coming days, a new report has alleged that former President Bill Clinton’s name is mentioned more than 50 times in the redacted documents.

Manhattan Federal Judge Loretta Preska issued the order to release the sealed documents back in December, which came from a defamation suit filed by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre against Epstein’s partner, Ghislaine Maxwell.

Giuffre celebrated the impending release of the court filings in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Finally we are hearing members of the US government senators about the need for transparency and a call to arms for accountability!! There’s going to be a lot of nervous ppl over Christmas and New Years, 170 to be exact, who’s on the naughty list? This wouldn’t be possible without the Honourable Judge Preska,” she wrote.

“Merry early Christmas. Dozens of Jeffrey Epstein associates, victims likely to publicly ID’d in court docs in coming weeks — thank you and many blessings for Judge Preska. A truth seeker & justice maker,” Giuffre added.

The filings are also expected to contain additional details about Epstein and his associates from “Jane Doe 162,” who reportedly testified that she was at Epstein’s New York mansion in 2001 with Prince Andrew, Maxwell and Giuffre, according to ABC News. The outlet also noted that there are more than 150 names listed as “John and Jane Does” mentioned in the documents.

Giuffre has repeatedly insisted that she met Clinton while on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean, which was named “Little St. James.” Flight records have shown that the former president flew on Epstein’s plane, nicknamed the “Lolita Express,” at least 26 times — but while it has been speculated that he went to Epstein’s island, no proof has come to light thus far.

According to ABC News, Clinton is identified in the court filings as “Doe 36.”
Clinton was subpoenaed to give a deposition by Giuffre’s lawyers about his relationship with Epstein in 2016, but the request was denied by U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet after Clinton’s attorneys argued that his deposition would not help in the case, claiming that their client had never visited Epstein’s island.

Maxwell’s lawyers later tried to use testimony in the case claiming that Clinton never visited the island, but Giuffre’s lawyers demanded that the testimony be declined by the judge because it was “inherently unfair” that they had never been allowed to question Clinton as to whether he had been on the island.

“You did not allow us to depose him because you said it was irrelevant,” Guiffre’s lawyer told the judge at the time. “So now we’re in a position where at trial they want to put forth that information against my client, and I don’t have an under-oath statement from that individual saying whether or not he actually was.”

A Clinton spokesman also tried to downplay the former president’s relationship with Epstein in a 2019 statement, declaring that he knew “nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York.”

“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation… He had one meeting with Epstein in his Harlem office in 2002, and around the same time made one brief visit to Epstein’s New York apartment with a staff member and his security detail,” the spokesman added.