HUNDREDS more people are implicated in new documents in a legal case involving Prince Andrew’s alleged sex slave accuser Virginia Roberts.
Around 10,000 pages of files, five times the number already made public, identify individuals who were allegedly involved with Jeffrey Epstein, 66.
Among them is an unnamed man who wrote to Manhattan’s Federal Court saying that disclosing his name would cause him “permanent and unjustifiable harm”.
The hearing was part of a defamation case brought by Miss Roberts against Epstein’s alleged ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell for calling her a liar.
The case was settled but a higher court has ruled that the files should be made public.
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Miss Maxwell’s attorney Jeff Pagliuca – in an effort to block or at least delay the court paper’s release – said that among the documents were 29 depositions, most of them on video.
It also included Epstein’s black book of contacts. Epstein hanged himself in jail last month while on a sex traffic charge.
Prosecutors have said their investigation into his alleged accomplices continues.