REVEALED: Epstein's emails show he had close connections with David Blaine, Woody Allen, Peter Thiel and more

The calendar also listed that "maybe Chris Rock" would be coming to Epstein's abode.

A new report has unveiled a trove of leaked information from Jeffrey Epstein's personal calendars and emails, which according to the Daily Mail gives "unprecedented insight" into the massive influence once wielded by the late pedophile. 

The files, which were reportedly provided to the government of the US Virgin Islands by Epstein's estate, contained mentions of Prince Andrew, David Blaine, Chris Rock, Peter Thiel, Woody Allen, and more. 

Prince Andrew has acknowledged having a friendship with Epstein for more than ten years. Witnesses have alleged that Prince Andrew boarded Epstein's private plane on various occasions, and has visited his properties, including Epstein's Caribbean island, more than once. 

"The Epstein files show that the pedophile used Prince Andrew's name while trying to persuade JP Morgan to let him act as an intermediary for wealthy clients."

Epstein routinely worked with Prince Andrew's ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, years after the two divorced in 1996.

Almost 15 years after the separation, Ferguson was caught requesting a payment of $550,000 for the ability to access Andrew. 

Among those potentially implicated in the new release of information is magician David Blaine, whose name appeared in Epstein's schedule, which read, "David Blaine will stop by toward the end of dinner."

Blaine appeared at Epstein's house for dinner on at least three separate occasions, according to the outlet. Epstein's calendar also contained a reminder for Blaine's birthday. The calendar also listed that "maybe Chris Rock" would be coming to Epstein's abode.

According to the documents, Bill Gates and Epstein reportedly had multiple meetings as the convicted pedophile attempted to persuade the Microsoft founder to be the public face of a fund for wealthy investors. The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month that in 2017 Epstein had threatened the billionaire after discovering that Gates had had an affair with a Russian bridge player, Mila Antonova. Following that revelation, the Daily Mail reported that around the time she had her relationship with Gates in 2010, Antonova was pictured with infamous Russian spy Anna Chapman.

Woody Allen also drew attention following the new revelations. While the nation of his friendship in Espstein was already understood, new notes have surfaced since, including one the disgraced pedophile took down indicating that he would be going on a walk with Allen. Epstein reportedly received a reminder in April 2013 to bring Allen to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an institution he had given $850,000 to, in addition to being close friends with numerous professors, per the Daily Mail.  

Epstein's calendar also revealed that he had held more than one meeting with tech mogul and Palantir chair Peter Thiel, with the outlet noting that the two seemingly met on three separate occasions during a short period of time in 2014, with Allen joining for one of those meetings. 

Last month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Epstein once scheduled time for billionaire venture capitalist and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman to sleep over at his Manhattan townhouse. Hoffman has since apologized for his relationship with Epstein. 

Epstein notably died of an alleged suicide in August 2019. Many have expressed skepticism of the reported narrative, often pointing to various suspicious circumstances surrounding the narrative that the disgraced pedophile had killed himself, including that on-duty guards had failed to fulfill their duty of monitoring his cell when the act took place.  
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