Some powerful men who thought their connections with convicted child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein would remain secret forever may be panicking right now.
The last batch of documents containing names of those alleged to have committed acts against children alongside Epstein will be made public sometime over the next few months, a new report from the Daily Mail said.
The documents were used in a 2015 defamation suit by Virginia Giuffre (then Roberts) against Ghislaine Maxwell, who she says recruited her and others to have sex with men on Epstein's private island. They have been sealed since Epstein allegedly killed himself in jail in 2019.
Andrew denied the allegations but settled the suit for $12 million. He has since been stripped of his royal duties and shunned.
Besides Andrew's name, the documents are expected to name Alan Dershowitz, but likely not as a victimizer.
Dershowitz has denied all connection to Epstein after an accuser initially named him as a perpetrator, but she later said it was a mistake and it wasn't him.
The legal professor and prominent commentator on cable news has demanded that all documents be made public so he can show he wasn't involved in any of Epstein's doings.
Other names that could be in the documents include Bill Clinton, Donald Trump and Bill Gates.
All have denied any wrongdoing, and Trump said he kicked Epstein out of Mar-A-Lago in the early 2000s for hitting on a friend's young daughter.
Still, Epstein managed to get connected to some pretty powerful men, and some observers are wondering if they had anything to do with his sex trafficking activities.
Both Trump and Clinton allegedly took multiple rides on Epstein's private jet, nicknamed the "Lolita Express," according to flight logs and statements by the jet's longtime pilot.
Gates and Trump were both billionaire businessmen who could have been strictly doing business deals with Epstein, but Clinton was known for having proclivities for young (though adult) women like Monica Lewinsky. A portrait of Clinton wearing the infamous blue dress of Lewinsky's reportedly hung in Epstein's house, showing how close the two were.
The release of the documents should bring the stories surrounding Epstein to a conclusion, unless someone else connected to him wants to say more about him or the men he surrounded himself with.
So far, everyone seems to be keeping quiet--even Maxwell, who is serving a 20-year prison sentence for crimes related to the sex trafficking activities she engaged in for Epstein.