Bill Clinton Named In Unsealed Jeffrey Epstein Documents

President Bill Clinton will be identified as one of several John Does in previously redacted documents related to Jeffrey Epstein.

According to Fox News’ Alexandria Hoff on Monday, Clinton “is not the only big name expected to be released.”

Hoff said, “There are more than 150 individuals identified only as John or Jane Does, but the legal masking is about to come off.”

A federal judge in New York mandated the unveiling of numerous documents last month, disclosing the names of individuals connected to the disgraced financier.

Hoff commented, “The Manhattan federal judge ruled that there was no justification to continue to have documents sealed in a settled case involving an Epstein accuser. The documents are expected to be unredacted and released as early as tomorrow, and among those named, former President Bill Clinton, that’s according to ABC News.”

ABC News reported on Sunday that Clinton will be named in the records but clarified, “there is no indication the sealed records contain evidence of illegal conduct” by the former president. He is mentioned more than 50 times in the redacted filings.

A spokesperson for Clinton declined to communicate with the news organization. Furthermore, Clinton’s spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.

The documents are expected to reveal individuals, including associates, victims, investigators and journalists involved in the case. Some names, such as those of minor victims who never publicly spoke about the case and an individual wrongly identified as an alleged perpetrator by a reporter, will remain sealed.

One person asked the court not to disclose her name, citing concerns for her physical safety.

This order stems from a 2015 lawsuit involving Virginia Giuffre, an accuser of Epstein, and his former associate Ghislaine Maxwell. Although the case was settled in 2017, the judge, during hearings in 2021 and 2022, indicated that the names would not remain sealed indefinitely. Giuffre, who alleges that Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her when she was 17 years old, is now in her 30s.

Epstein died at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York in 2019 while awaiting a federal trial for illicit trafficking. His death was officially ruled as a suicide.

In a 128-page report released in June, federal investigators maintained the suicide designation. While pointing out deficiencies in the Bureau of Prisons and its staff, the report also found no evidence to dispute Epstein’s death being classified as a suicide.

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