Big Names In Documents Linked To Civil Case Against Epstein Confidante

Dozens of documents in a 2016 civil case against British socialite and Jeffrey Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell have been unsealed.

Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire earlier this month by federal authorities for allegedly participating in Epstein's sex trafficking schemes.

Prosecutors say the 58-year-old used former members of the British military as security guards.

The documents include flight logs from Epstein’s private jets and police reports from Palm Beach. There's a reference to a young woman who was forced to have sex with a "powerful individual" whose name was redacted. In the documents, one of Epstein's alleged victims recounts some famous people she saw on Epstein's private plane, including Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Heidi Klum.

Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to charges that she procured the girls for Epstein to abuse in Palm Beach and elsewhere during the 1990's.

She's in custody at a New York federal jail and faces 35 years in prison if convicted.

Epstein died while in his New York City jail cell last summer. Authorities say he committed suicide.

Emails were also discovered between Epstein and Maxwell, in which he tells her she's "done nothing wrong" and to "start acting like it."

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