BREAKING: Third installment of Epstein docs released, new names revealed

A third batch of Epstein documents was released on Friday, containing 29 exhibits and over 400 pages.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

A third batch of Epstein documents was released on Friday, containing 29 exhibits and over 400 pages.

One document released was a deposition of Virginia Giuffre’s ex-boyfriend and former driver for Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein, Anthony Figueroa. He testified about dropping her off at Epstein’s Palm Beach home. Figueroa told the interviewer that he often saw "young" women, but did not identify anyone other than Ghislaine Maxwell or Jeffrey Epstein as being with them.

Figueroa testified that that he was often tasked with driving girls to the mansion, and said they looked to be 16 or 17 years old. He said that each time he dropped girls off, Epstein would pay him $200 for each girl.

Figueroa also testified that Giuffre, Epstein, and Maxwell would "all go out to clubs to pick up girls and try to find them to bring back for Jeffrey."

The another exhibit included a list of terms that lawyers used when searching through Maxwell’s email and iCloud accounts for evidence that would be used in the defamation case.

The terms included many of the victims’ names as well as "Andrew" "Clinton," "Prince," "Royal," "underage," and "pedophile."

The third document released includes a handwritten note by an assistant in 2006 for Epstein stating, "Abigail Wexner wants to talk to you @ something private." Wexner is the wife of former Victoria’s Secret CEO Les Wexner.

In another exhibit containing photocopies of Epstein’s phone book, in which Harvey Weinstein’s name is mentioned.

Another message left for Epstein in 2005 read, "She is wondering if 2:30 is ok cuz she needs to stay in school."

In another document, Maxwell was said to have refused to "comply with a discovery request seeking information about her connection to the Clinton Foundation."

Giuffre’s legal team sought communications related to Bill and Hillary Clinton.

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