After Gates refused to participate in a "philanthropic" venture that Epstein was concocting with JPMorgan Chase, Epstein wrote in a 2017 email to Gates that he was planning to go public with the details of the alleged fling between Gates and Antonova.
Gates first met Antonova in 2010 when the two were playing in the same bridge tournament. Not long after, Antonova moved to the San Francisco Bay Area to work as a software engineer.
According to Antonova, she maintained friendly terms with Gates, who was married to his then-wife Melinda French Gates at the time of the brief fling.
As for Epstein, he reportedly met Antonova while she was in search of financial backers for a bridge academy she decided to start. Epstein also later paid for her to attend software school.
(Related: The highly corrupt FBI also played cover for Epstein and his wicked child sex trafficking activities.)
Because Gates did not want to participate in Epstein's JPMorgan scheme, Epstein asked him in that 2017 email to reimburse him for Antonova's schooling in an attempted blackmail effort.
Unless Gates agreed to pay back Epstein for Antonova's coding courses, he was going to tell the world that Gates had had an affair with her.
To this day, Gates says he regrets ever getting involved with Epstein in the early 2010s. This was after Epstein's 2008 conviction in a Florida court on charges of solicitation and procuring a minor for prostitution.
Around that time, Epstein reportedly became involved with Gates as part of an effort to raise money for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
"Mr. Gates met with Epstein solely for philanthropic purposes," a spokesperson for Gates said about the email revelations. "Having failed repeatedly to draw Mr. Gates beyond these matters, Epstein tried unsuccessfully to leverage a past relationship to threaten Mr. Gates."
According to the same spokesperson, Gates never paid up in response to Epstein's threats. Gates also allegedly had "no financial dealings" with Epstein at any point throughout their time in contact with one another.
Antonova, meanwhile, says she did not even know who Epstein was at the time when he offered to help pay her way through school. She just assumed, she says, that he was a "successful businessman" who "wanted to help" her for no apparent reason.
"I am disgusted with Epstein and what he did," Antonova now says, declining to comment on her alleged affair with Gates.
Antonova apparently lost to Gates at the tournament, which is what inspired her to start her own business venture teaching others how to play the card game she loved dearly.
Boris Nikolic, a top Gates adviser at the time, told Antonova she should meet Epstein, which she did in 2013 at his Manhattan townhouse. While not interested in her project, Epstein did agree to pay for her software engineer studies.
"I don't know why he did that," Antonova says about Epstein's offer to pay for her schooling. "When I asked, he said something like, he was wealthy and wanted to help people when he could."
In November 2014, Epstein also provided an apartment for Antonova, though she did not live at the flat for very long before moving across the country.
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