Bill Clinton set to be named in latest Epstein document release

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In the impending release of court documents related to the late Jeffrey Epstein, former President Bill Clinton is reportedly designated as "John Doe 36," according to sources.

The documents, linked to a 2015 lawsuit by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, contain over 50 redacted mentions of Clinton, primarily associated with Giuffre's efforts to compel him to testify against Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

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The references to Clinton in the documents are expected to revolve around Giuffre's attempts, alongside Maxwell, to compel Epstein to testify in 2016.

Epstein had consistently invoked his Fifth Amendment rights during a deposition in the aforementioned lawsuit. It is emphasized that these documents are not anticipated to implicate Clinton in any illegal activities.

Court document release will take place on January 2

The impending release, ordered by Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska, is set to unveil the names of more than 170 individuals, previously identified only as John and Jane Does, with connections to Epstein. The revelation is expected to shed light on various people associated with Epstein, including those who worked for him, were part of his inner circle, or allegedly participated in his criminal activities.

Among those named is Prince Andrew, accused by Giuffre of being directed by Maxwell and Epstein to engage in sexual activities with her on numerous occasions. Ghislaine Maxwell has denied Clinton's alleged visits to Epstein's island, and Clinton, in turn, declined to testify, maintaining he was never present.

Additionally, some documents are expected to feature testimony from "Jane Doe 162," who recounted being at a 2001 party at Epstein's NYC townhouse with Prince Andrew, where Giuffre, then 17, claims she was instructed to have sex with him. Despite denials from the British royal, photos have emerged showing him with Giuffre, leading to an out-of-court settlement in a lawsuit brought by her.

While Clinton, photographed with Epstein and having flown on his private jet, vehemently denies any illicit connections with the sex offender, Giuffre attempted to subpoena him for testimony, citing an alleged meeting on Epstein's private island, Little St. James.

As the release of these documents looms, representatives for Clinton have not yet provided comments on the matter. The records are expected to be disclosed beginning on January 2, following the New Year's Day holiday.

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