Epstein Witness Walks Back on Alleged Tape Claims

Update on January 8 at 7:45 pm.

Ransome not only retracted the information pertaining to Trump, but walked back on her sex tape claims altogether.

“I would like to retract everything I have said to you and walk away from this,” she wrote, according to the filing.

In 2019, Ransome claimed she “invented the tapes to draw attention to Epstein’s behaviour.”

Another round of documents related to Jeffrey Epstein revealed that there may be sex tapes of former president Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Richard Branson.

“When my friend had sexual intercourse with Clinton, Prince Andrew and Richard Branson, sex tapes were in fact filed on each separate occasion by Jeffery,” a document reads.

“Thank God she managed to get a hold of some footage of the filmed sex tapes, which clearly identify the faces of Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Branson having sexual intercourse with her.”

According to X account Techno Fog, “Alan Dershowitz requested the Court unseal these emails to reflect the credibility of the witness (Sarah Ransome).”

“She made a number of accusations – including her friend being approached ‘by Special Agents Forces Men sent directly by Hillary Clinton herself.'”

The documents describe the footage being backed up on “several USB sticks and have securely sent them to various different locations throughout Europe.”

The “friend” described by the witness was allegedly “threatened by [Epstein’s] lawyer Alan Dershowitz…”

“She was then given a substantial payout, directly from the Clinton Foundation to keep her quiet. She is 1000% certain that the FBI did a cover up and she has the individual names of Hilary’s Special Agent Officers involved in intimidating her,” the documents add.

Ransome also alleged that Donald Trump had sex with “many girls.”

She later retracted her claims, according to The Daily Mail.

Trump spokesperson Steven Cheung called the claims ‘baseless.”

“These baseless accusations have been fully retracted because they are simply false and have no merit,” he said.

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