Sarah Ransome claims Donald Trump had sex with ‘many girls’ in email where she also alleged that Epstein had tapes of Richard Branson, Prince Andrew, and Bill Clinton

Sarah Ransome claims Donald Trump had sex with ‘many girls’ in email where she also alleged that Epstein had tapes of Richard Branson, Prince Andrew, and Bill Clinton

Explosive Allegations Unveiled

Newly unsealed court documents have unveiled shocking claims, suggesting Jeffrey Epstein possessed blackmail videos featuring prominent figures like Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and Richard Branson engaged in sexual activities with women provided by Epstein.

The release includes emails from Epstein’s victim Sarah Ransome to a journalist in 2016, retracting her claims about these powerful men engaging in sexual encounters.

Despite the retraction, the alleged existence of such tapes continues to stir speculation.

Unverified Claims and Denials

Ransome’s initial assertions implicated Trump, Clinton, and Branson, stating she was shown videos by a friend who allegedly engaged in these acts but retracted her statements later.

Both Trump and Branson vehemently denied the allegations, while Clinton has remained silent regarding these fresh claims, maintaining his earlier denial of involvement with Epstein’s victims.

Retracted Statements and Legal Maneuvers

Ransome expressed regret over her statements, citing fears for her family and the potential repercussions of going public.

Meanwhile, Alan Dershowitz, Trump’s former lawyer, argued for the protection of names in the documents.

Additionally, the unsealed files contained previously unseen photos and requests to keep certain names confidential.

Ongoing Legal Battles

The documents stem from a defamation lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, shedding light on Epstein’s elaborate communication methods and legal maneuvers to avoid testifying.

Despite public requests for transparency, the court has not fully disclosed the 187 protected names, instead revealing extensive pages previously redacted.

Long-standing Controversy

Giuffre’s lawsuit, settled in 2017, preceded Epstein’s charges and Maxwell’s arrest. The case brought attention to allegations against Prince Andrew, Maxwell, and Epstein, yet all parties denied the claims. The continual demand for transparency and the release of documents has intensified public interest in the ongoing Epstein scandal.

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