Newly released court documents show that notorious sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein emailed his former girlfriend and trafficking partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, to deny claims that professor Stephen Hawking participated in an orgy on Epstein’s private island. Epstein was asking if Maxwell knew anyone who could come forward to deny the claims, which were made in a lawsuit brought forward by prominent accuser Virginia Giuffre.
In an email sent from Epstein to Maxwell on January 12, 2015, the deceased pedophile asked Maxwell if any of Giuffre’s friends or family members would be willing to come forward and deny the claims. “You can issue a reward to any of Virginia’s friends, acquaints, family that come forward and help prove her allegations are false,” Epstein wrote.
“The strongest is the Clinton dinner, and the new version in the Virgin Islands that Stephen Hawking participated in an underage orgy,” the email continued.
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— Inner City Press (@innercitypress) January 4, 2024
The email was included as part of the release of more than 900 documents relating to a settled lawsuit that was brought against Maxwell by Virginia Giuffre. The documents had remained sealed for years until last month, when a judge ruled that there was no reason to keep them private.
Epstein has long been accused of trafficking underage girls then forcing them to commit sex acts for him and his guests at his private island and homes he owned in New Mexico, Florida and New York. Epstein’s associates included several high-profile politicians, celebrities, lawyers and bankers, including former President Bill Clinton.
Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence due to her involvement in the pedophile ring. She was the only member of the ring to ever face criminal prosecution.