Dozens of high-profile names — including royalty, politicians and famous scientists — appeared in an avalanche of previously sealed court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein that were released late Wednesday.
The trove of papers filed in Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre’s 2015 defamation suit against the dead sex offender’s “madam” Ghislaine Maxwell included references to Prince Andrew, former President Bill Clinton and Stephen Hawking, among other major figures.
The lengthy list of boldface names paints a troubling picture of Epstein’s double life as an ace financier who used his wealth and connections to victimize dozens of young women.
The 40 newly unsealed documents are part of a larger group of about 250 that are expected to be released in the coming days — naming more than 170 people with ties to Epstein, including victims and former employees.
Before the document dump, online sleuths speculated about who might be named. Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, for instance, did not appear in the documents, but was forced to defend himself from trolls in the hours before the formal release began.
Here are all the A-listers who appeared in the newly revealed documents:
In addition to Giuffre’s allegations that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew while underage, the documents include additional claims from other Epstein victims about the disgraced British royal.
One woman, identified as Jane Doe, testified that she had sex with the disgraced royal three times, and that Epstein told her to “give the Prince whatever he demanded.”
Another Epstein accuser, Johanna Sjoberg, said in her own deposition that Prince Andrew touched her breast while they were on a couch at Epstein’s apartment.
Both Prince Andrew and Buckingham Palace have repeatedly denied all allegations against him.
Former President Bill Clinton’s name appears 73 times in the newly released papers, the Independent noted — but he is not implicated in anything illegal.
As part of her 2016 testimony, Sjoberg recalled Epstein telling her that Clinton “‘likes them young,’ referring to girls.”
Many references to Clinton appear to be related to Giuffre’s attempts to compel him to be deposed in her since-settled suit against Maxwell.
Clinton — who flew on Epstein’s private jet multiple times — has denied having any knowledge of the creep’s crimes.
Former President Donald Trump appeared at least four times in the unsealed documents.
In Sjoberg’s deposition, she described how Epstein once “called up” the real estate mogul and suggested visiting one of his casinos when Epstein’s private jet was diverted from New York City to Atlantic City, New Jersey.
“Jeffrey said, ‘Great, we’ll call up Trump and we’ll go to’ — I don’t recall the name of the casino, but — ‘we’ll go to the casino,’” Sjoberg testified.
Sjoberg later added that she never massaged Trump.
In her own deposition, Giuffre said she was lured into working as a masseuse for Epstein when she was 17 and working as a spa attendant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
Epstein allegedly forced Jane Doe 3 to “have sexual relations” with his lawyer, former Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, when she was a “minor,” according to claims in the documents.
The alleged incidents took place “not only in Florida but … on private planes, in New York, New Mexico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands,” one filing stated, adding that Dershowitz also was an “eye-witness to the sexual abuse of many other minors.”
Dershowitz, 85, has denied all allegations of wrongdoing. He defended himself and Epstein’s other associates earlier this week.
“You could judge them for having shown bad judgment, but you can’t conclude that any accusations against them are true without hearing the evidence,” he insisted.
Epstein offered a reward to Giuffre’s friends, acquaintances and even family members in order to “help prove” that her allegations that theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking participated in an orgy were false, an unsealed email between him and Maxwell stated.
The missive from January 2015 said Giuffre’s strongest allegation “is the Clinton dinner, and the new version in the Virgin Islands that Stephen Hawking participated in an underage orgy.”
Hawking — whose brilliant career coupled with his battle with early-onset ALS was documented in the Oscar-winning film “The Theory of Everything” — died in 2018 at age 76.
Maxwell’s attorneys requested Giuffre provide photos or videos of herself with several high-profile people — including former Vice President Al Gore.
Giuffre’s team objected to the motion on the grounds that such documents were in “custody and control” of Maxwell and Epstein, the unsealed paper showed.
Sjoberg also denied ever meeting Gore in her testimony.
During her deposition, Maxwell denied giving a woman an outfit of a sexual nature to wear for Leslie Wexner, Epstein’s financial adviser and one-time business partner.
Maxwell also said she had not communicated with the billionaire L Brands founder — whose ties with Epstein date back to the 1980s — about Giuffre’s lawsuit.
In her own testimony, Sjoberg denied meeting the Victoria’s Secret mogul.
Wexner has said he “was never aware of the illegal activity” Epstein was accused of committing.
Giuffre testified that Maxwell sent her to have sex with late New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, according to the documents.
Sjoberg also recalled hearing about the Democrat being part of Epstein’s circle.
“I want to say that he was supposed to come to dinner when we were in New Mexico. I don’t know if I met him. I believe that he and Ghislaine had dinner separate from myself,” she said in her deposition.
Richardson died in September at age 75.
One of the men Maxwell ordered Giuffre to have sex with was Epstein’s close friend, French modeling scout Jean-Luc Brunel, Giuffre testified in 2016.
Sjoberg also recalled meeting Brunel at Epstein’s Palm Beach house, but testified that she did not have sex with him.
Brunel died by suicide in December 2020 while in a Parisian prison on charges of raping underage girls.
In her 2016 deposition, Giuffre claimed that Maxwell ordered her to have sex with computer scientist and AI pioneer Marvin Minsky.
Minsky — who received a $100,000 grant from Epstein in 2002, according to Nature magazine — died in 2016 at age 88.
Sjoberg claimed to have met pop icon Michael Jackson at Epstein’s Palm Beach home.
She denied ever massaging Jackson — who died in 2009 at age 50.
Sjoberg described magician David Copperfield performing tricks at a dinner at one of Epstein’s homes.
“He questioned me if I was aware that girls were getting paid to find other girls,” she added, noting that the illusionist did not specify what he meant.
In her 2016 deposition, Giuffre claimed to have had sex “once” with Hyatt hotel chain heir Tom Pritzker.
A spokesperson for Pritzker — who is worth an estimated $6.2 billion on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index — said he “continues to vehemently deny” the allegation.
Maxwell “sent out” Giuffre to give the hedge fund billionaire an erotic massage after she completed her “training” as part of Epstein’s entourage, Giuffre testified.
“Ghislaine told me to go to Glenn Dubin and give him a massage, which means sex,” Giuffre said of her encounter with the investor.
Dubin’s wife, former Miss Sweden Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, dated Epstein for several years.
In her own deposition, Sjoberg recalled giving massages to both Dubin and Andersson-Dubin, but said “there was nothing sexual” about the encounters.
The couple denied Giuffre’s claims against them in a 2019 Vanity Fair article.
“The Dubins strongly deny these allegations, as we first said [in Vanity Fair] in 2019, when these unsubstantiated statements first surfaced as part of this same civil court proceeding,” a spokesperson for the couple told The Post Thursday.
Epstein may have procured women for French celebrity hairstylist Frédéric Fékkai, Sjoberg claimed in her deposition.
“I heard [Epstein] call someone, and say, ‘Fekkai is in Hawaii. Can we find some girls for him?’” Sjoberg explained.
In her deposition, Sjoberg denied ever meeting former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak during her time with Epstein.
Last spring, the high-flying politician admitted to the Wall Street Journal that he hobnobbed with Epstein in New York, but claimed he never met the businessman “with girls or minors, or even adult women in improper context or behavior.”
Sjoberg denied crossing paths with actor Kevin Spacey, who was acquitted in July of several charges related to alleged sexual attacks on younger men between 2001 and 2013.
“Star Wars” creator George Lucas was mentioned once in the new documents — when Sjoberg denied meeting the film titan in Epstein’s circle.
Giuffre testified in 2016 that Maxwell sent her to have sex with “the owner of a large hotel chain in France around the time of Naomi Campbell’s birthday party,” though she did not specify the year.
Sjoberg said she did not meet the British supermodel in her own deposition.
Campbell said in 2019 that she had occasionally socialized with Epstein, but that she was not close with him and that his actions were “indefensible.”
Leonardo di Caprio, Cate Blanchett and Bruce Willis
Sjoberg denied a press report that she met several Hollywood stars during her time with Epstein.
“I did not meet them, no. When I spoke about them, it was when I was massaging him, and he would get off — he would be on the phone a lot at that time, and one time he said, ‘Oh, that was Leonardo,’ or, ‘That was Cate Blanchett,’ or Bruce Willis. That kind of thing,” she clarified in her deposition.
Sjoberg also denied meeting Cameron Diaz as part of Epstein’s circle.