Connect with us


Disturbing details in new Jeffrey Epstein



Jeffrey Epstein

A new batch of court documents related to financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has been released.

Jeffrey Epstein

The documents were unsealed in 2015 following a civil defamation lawsuit by an American-born Australian woman, Virginia Roberts Gaffray, who launched the action against Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

Epstein died by suicide in a New York prison in August 2019. Maxwell was convicted of five counts of sex trafficking and sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2022.

The extent of Epstein’s crimes on the island has been the subject of much speculation, and the media has pushed for the release of documents related to Gaffry’s case for years.

The first documents were released on Thursday and have since been unveiled periodically.


The recently disclosed documents contain unsettling details, particularly in the context of the interrogation of former model-turned-pilot Nadia Marcinkova.

Lawyer David Yarema posed probing questions to Marcinkova, such as, “Were you with Jeffrey Epstein on his birthday when one of his friends sent him 12 – sorry, three 12-year-olds for the purposes of Jeffrey Epstein sexually abusing them?”

He further inquired, “These three 12-year-olds were from France. Were they sent to him on his birthday by Jean Luc Brunel or by somebody else?”

In response to these inquiries, Marcinkova consistently invoked her Fifth Amendment right, aiming to shield herself from potential self-incrimination.

It’s worth noting that Jean Luc Brunel, a French model scout associated with Epstein, had faced accusations of various crimes, including rape, and tragically died by suicide in a French prison in 2022.


The gathering occurred on St. Thomas, a larger landmass in the US Virgin Islands situated northwest of Little St. James.

During the event, Epstein hosted Professor Hawking and other researchers for a barbecue on Little St. James.

Photographs capture moments of Professor Hawking enjoying a boat tour and even partaking in a submarine dive.

Evidently, Epstein was keen on disproving any allegations against Professor Hawking. In an email sent to Maxwell, Epstein stated: “[Y]ou can issue a reward to any of [Virginia’s] friends, [acquaintances], [family] that come forward and help prove her allegations are false.” Epstein continued in a typo-filled message on January 12, 2015, mentioning, “[T]he strongest is the [C]linton dinner, and the new version in the [V]irgin [I]slands that [Stephen] [H]awking [participated] in an underage orgy.”

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

powered by The Asia Today./ © Zox News Theme.Theme