An alleged victim of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein celebrated Wednesday after it was revealed that more than 170 people with ties to the accused sex trafficker will soon be exposed — calling the reveal an early Christmas gift.
Virginia Giuffre — who settled a $12 million lawsuit over allegations Epstein sex-trafficked her to Prince Andrew — appeared to taunt the dozens of associates and ex-employees whose names will be dredged up in a trove of court documents to be unsealed in the coming weeks.
“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?” Giuffre wrote on X.
“Merry early Christmas,” Giuffre, 40, said in another tweet.
Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska on Monday ordered the release of the long-sealed documents in a since-settled defamation lawsuit that Giuffre brought against the convicted pedophile’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, back in 2015.
Under the ruling, dozens of individuals — who have previously been referred to as “Jane Does” or “John Does” in various court filings linked to the suit — will likely be identified publicly when the materials tied to them are “unsealed in full.”
Although she gave the yet-to-be-named individuals two weeks to appeal the decision, Preska pointed out that most of the names were already public in the form of media interviews and as a result of Maxwell’s trial.
Former President Bill Clinton and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates are just some of the prominent figures anticipated to be featured in the report — after both were photographed with alleged Epstein victims.
Some portions will remain confidential, however, including people who were children when they were sexually abused by Epstein, 66.
Giuffre — once described as the late financier’s “sex slave” — repeatedly thanked the Preska for her ruling, calling her a “truth seeker & justice maker.”
The sexual abuse advocate reached a $12 million settlement with Prince Andrew in 2022 over allegations he had sex with her three times when she was a teen through Epstein’s wide-reaching trafficking web.
The Duke of York — who was stripped of his military and royal titles — is likely to face renewed scrutiny if named in the mountain of documents despite his longtime proclamations of innocence in the debauched trade.
“It is known that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked countless young girls over many years. Prince Andrew regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms. Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others,” an unsigned letter from Prince Andrew said at the time of the settlement.
Epstein took his own life in August 2019 in a federal lockup in Manhattan as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges.
He was accused of luring numerous underage girls to his homes under the guise of giving him massages and then sexually abusing them.
Maxwell, 61, is serving a 20-year prison sentence after she was convicted in December 2021 of helping Epstein recruit and sexually abuse underage girls.