Bombshell court documents released Thursday reveal what life was like inside the sick world of rich and powerful pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his disgraced accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
A federal judge unsealed the trove of records from a now-settled civil defamation case involving chief accuser Virginia Giuffre and Maxwell.
Maxwell, 58, has since been criminally charged after she was arrested July 2 on a six-count indictment accusing her of grooming young girls for sex. She has pleaded not guilty.
Here is what the pair have been accused of in the newly-released court papers that could blow the case wide open:
Epstein and Maxwell hosted orgies with young girls
Epstein and his British socialite pal allegedly used the late financier’s private Caribbean island, Little St. James Island, to host “constant” orgies together — with Maxwell having “continuous” sex with girls and women, including some who Giuffre said appeared to be as young as 15.
“There’s just a blur of so many girls,” Giuffre said — adding that at one point, she was forced to perform oral sex on Maxwell herself while Epstein watched.
Bill Clinton was once a guest on the orgy isle
Giuffre claimed Clinton once visited the island with Maxwell, herself and “two young girls” from New York.
The former Epstein “sex slave” said she was surprised to see the ex-president and, “I remember asking Jeffrey, ‘What’s Bill Clinton doing here?’ kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said, ‘Well, he owes me a favor.’
“He never told me what favors they were. I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke,” Giuffre said of Epstein.
Clinton has not been accused of any impropriety in the Epstein-Maxwell case and denied ever going to the island.
Prince Andrew lobbied for leniency for Epstein
The royal is accused of urging federal prosecutors to get Epstein a more “favorable” plea deal in his 2007 prostitution case involving a 14-year-old girl in Florida.
Two other alleged Epstein victims, only identified as Jane Doe #1 and #2 in the court papers, wanted the release of documents they said would reveal ”Epstein’s lobbying efforts to persuade the Government to give him a more favorable plea arrangement and/or non-prosecution agreement, including efforts on his behalf by Prince Andrew and former Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz,” according to the court papers from 2015.
A friend of the Duke of York has told The Post: “This allegation is a straightforward untruth. No ifs, no buts.”
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