UFC champion calls for release of Epstein, Maxwell client list

Ahead of UFC 276 the middleweight champion went off on the actors and politicians around Maxwell and Epstein and said "Do they not get any time for f*cking those kids?

Joshua Young Youngsville North Carolina

UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya said on July 2 that it was time to name the "pedos" to whom Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were supplying children.

Ahead of his UFC 276 fight with Jared Cannonier, Adesanya went off on how "Maxwell just got put away for 20 years" but every famous person circling Maxwell and Epstein were never named. Twitter user Paul D Bowen posted the comments on Twitter.

He said, "So the list of politicians and actresses and actors or whatever that they talked about, does that get swept under the rug? Do they not get any time for f*cking those kids? You know what I mean? I don't know, that's weird how that just doesn't compute with me."

Adesanya, whose nickname is "The Last Stylebender," expressed contempt that more justice wasn't served and, according to Breitbart, called for authorities to release the names of the social elites that circled Maxwell and Epstein during the years the two ran "pedo island" and the "lolita express."

The UFC fighter said of Maxwell, "she was supplying kids for all these f*cking pedos, right? Where's the list?"

In late June Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years after being convicted of sex trafficking of a minor and conspiracy to abuse underage girls. Epstein, who was accused of decades of child sexual abuse, died in jail under mysterious circumstances that was deemed a "suicide" in 2019.

Some of the elites that were linked to Maxwell and Epstein were Prince Andrew, Bill Gates, and Bill Clinton. Epstein kept "black books" of his contacts that victims have said he supplied underage girls to.

The books were used in the trial against Maxwell, but the documents have been sealed and the names never released. Many victims have also openly questioned why more people were not indicted in the Epstein/ Maxwell case.

Adesanya went on to win his bout with Cannonier.


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