A federal court in New York has unsealed another batch of documents expected to name associates of Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier and child sex trafficker who died in prison in 2019.
The new release includes a deposition of Tony Figueroa, a driver for Epstein and Maxwell and former boyfriend of Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, who claimed that he was often tasked with driving girls to the mansion who looked like they were 16 or 17 years old. Each time he dropped them off, he said, Epstein would pay him $200 each.
He also alleged that Epstein, Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell would “all go out to clubs to pick up girls and try to find them to bring back for Jeffrey.”
The documents included a deposition of Epstein’s accomplice and another containing images of Epstein’s phone records showed an unnamed female left a message that “she is wondering if 2:30 is OK cuz she needs to stay in school.”
Two depositions, one from Figueroa and on of Epstein accuser Johanna Sjoberg, asserted that the trafficker required “so many massages “from so many different girls” because “he needed to have three orgasms a day.”
“It was biological, like eating,” Sjoberg testified.
The latest documents include the names of Jes Staley, a former JPMorgan Chase banker who resigned over his ties to Epstein, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was not accused of wrongdoing but was mentioned as part of a discovery request as an Epstein accuser hoped to gain information from people in his orbit.
Staley’s name appeared misspelled in Epstein’s call log, and so did many other figures in Epstein’s orbit, including Les Wexler, the billionaire founder of Limited Brands and former CEO of Victoria’s Secret.
The documents were previously sealed or redacted in a 2015 lawsuit between Giuffre and Maxwell, who is currently serving time in federal prison for sex trafficking.
Documents unsealed Thursday also showed a discovery request for all photos of Maxwell taken during Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.
The entire former first family has now been named in the records, although none of the Clintons have been accused of wrongdoing in connection with Epstein. A spokesman for the former president earlier this week denied claims in the documents that Epstein and Clinton were close friends.
Giuffre had tried to depose the former president as part of the lawsuit, but a judge denied her request.
New York City billionaire Glenn Dubin has also come up in many of the unsealed documents. Dubin, the co-founder of Highbridge Capital Management, is heavily involved with philanthropic endeavors and has given federal candidates hundreds of thousands of dollars in political donations in recent years. He and his wife Eva, a friend of Maxwell’s have denied knowledge of Epstein’s crimes.
However their former private chef, Rinaldo Rizzo has claimed that Epstein and Maxwell once visited Dubin’s house with a disoriented, 15-year-old Swedish girl who told him the couple asked her for sex and that her passport had been taken.
Another deposition involves testimony of a pilot who was implicated in Epstein’s Florida conviction, Nadia Marcinkova, who invoked her Fifth Amendment rights repeatedly during questioning.
“Have you witnessed improper sexual activity between Jeffrey Epstein and minors, while he was in the presence of Bill Clinton?” she was asked, in April 2010.
“Fifth,” she replied.
Maxwell, in another filing, repeatedly said she did not understand a lawyer’s question when asked, “Do you believe that Jeffrey Epstein abused any minor children?”
“Can you repeat the question please and break it down so it’s more understandable,” she replied.
U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ordered the documents’ unsealing in December but gave each of the John and Jane Does two weeks to appeal. Lawyers for Giuffre posted the first 40 unsealed files Wednesday. They posted another 19 Thursday and are expected to release 240 files total by Monday.
Epstein had many high-profile connections, including former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, foreign prime ministers and Britain’s Prince Andrew, as well as Hollywood stars, leading academics, people in the modeling and fashion industries and other public figures. Some of the names were previously known through other means despite having been withheld from the public’s eye in the lawsuit.
Many of the names belong to people who have not been accused of wrongdoing, including Clinton and Trump.
Some names will remain sealed for various reasons, including names of some of Epstein’s underage victims and at least one person who the judge said had been falsely identified. The judge is also expected to decide on whether to release the identities of two Does in the lawsuit who have requested to remain unnamed.
In a separate criminal case, Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years behind bars for sex trafficking Epstein’s victims.
She is appealing that conviction and has declined to comment on the document dump.
Fox News’ Kyle Morris, Sarah Rumpf Brie Stimson and Brianna Herlihy contributed to this report.