A long-awaited list of 187 of Jeffrey Epstein‘s friends and associates will be released with the first names dropping today, the court which holds the papers has confirmed.
The list of names is part of a settled lawsuit filed by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffreagainst Ghislaine Maxwell. The case was settled in 2017, but Giuffre – and many others – have long called for the names to become public.
The process was thrown into chaos by a request by Jane Doe 107, one of the women involved, who has been given a 30 day extension to prove that she will be in danger if she is publicly unmasked.
She and at least one other – John Doe 110 – will retain their anonymity until January 22nd, but the others on the list will be named between now and then, according to Ed Friedland, the District Executive for the Southern District of New York.
Doe 110 is a well-known Epstein associate who has been publicly linked to him in the past, and who never objected to being named until now, according to court filings obtained by DailyMail.com.
The names will be released on a rolling basis. It’s unclear how many will be made public today, or how long it will take for all to become known.
Clinton – who flew on Epstein’s infamous private jet – is expected to be among those named, as is Prince Andrew.
All have denied wrongdoing or having any involvement with underage girls and none have been charged.
Maxwell, 62, has since been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking as part of a separate criminal case.
In the settled filing, Giuffre accused her of helping Epstein traffic her as a minor, and named influential figures allegedly involved.
In her lawyer’s filing, the unidentified woman claimed she would in danger if her name was made public.