Jeffrey Epstein Associates to be Made Public in Unsealed Court Documents

The identities of over 150 individuals connected to Jeffrey Epstein will soon be made public after a judge ordered documents be unsealed.

The documents relate to a defamation lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell in 2015.

Some of the identities will remain sealed, however, as their information is connected to underaged victims.

Releasing the information would “disclose sensitive information regarding an alleged minor victim of sexual abuse who has not spoken publicly and who has maintained his or her privacy,” according to Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska.

The judge has given the individuals recorded in the court documents fourteen days to appeal the decision.

The move comes as Senator Martha Blackburn (R-TN) requested the release of Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs.

Although Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin (D-IL) initially blocked Blackburn’s request to subpoena the materials, he now intends to “work with Senator Blackburn on a bipartisan basis to obtain records relevant to the Jeffrey Epstein case,” according to a note passed during a Congressional hearing.