Recently unsealed court documents have brought to light the names of several Hollywood A-listers. The documents, part of a high-profile legal proceeding, have mentioned celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz, Cate Blanchett, Kevin Spacey, and Bruce Willis.
The unsealing of these documents does not equate to an accusation but rather sheds light on Epstein’s extensive network within Hollywood’s elite. One statement contained a testimony from Johanna Sjoberg, a survivor of Epstein’s lifestyle. During her testimony, Sjoberg was questioned about certain high-profile individuals.
“I saw one press report that said you had met Cate Blanchett or Leonardo DiCaprio?”
“I did not meet them, no,” Sjoberg clarified. “When I spoke about them, it was when I was massaging him, and he would get off — he would be on the phone a lot at that time, and one time he said, ‘oh, that was Leonardo,’ or, ‘that was Cate Blanchett or Bruce Willis.’ That kind of thing.”
Epstein, known for his wealth and connections, had established a vast network of influential figures, including celebrities, politicians, and academics. Despite his conviction in 2008 for sex crimes, Epstein maintained relationships with high-profile individuals, highlighting his influence and reach.
The documents span over two decades and comprise various public materials like newspaper articles, documentaries, interviews, and books, all related to the Epstein scandal. The comprehensive collection provides a broader view of Epstein’s interactions and the circles he moved in.