The hundreds of pages in the files revealed that Epstein, who was jailed for 13 months for having sex with underage girls, was still in contact with the world's high-profile personalities despite being imprisoned and labeled as a registered sex offender.
The documents also disclosed that Epstein seemed to know personal details about the marriage of Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his ex-wife Melinda. Per the records, he also rolled out the red carpet for Gates and Melinda at a dinner to persuade him to take part in a $100 million per person fund for the financial elite. But in private Epstein schemed with JP Morgan that the fund would allow Gates to have "access to higher quality people without upsetting his marriage."
Jes Staley, who was head of JPMorgan in the early 2010s, met him 31 times in five years and on four occasions, Epstein's schedulers were told to have "wine" ready for him as soon as he arrived, which could be a possible codeword for something else. (Related: New emails reveal deep ties between Jeffrey Epstein and former CEO of JPMorgan, Barclays.)
He was also great friends with filmmaker Woody Allen as the files include them having shared walks, private screenings and dinners, and they even appeared to have spent a New Year together at Epstein's Palm Beach mansion.
Just like his notorious "Black Book" of contacts, the schedules contain personal numbers and email addresses that allowed him to access his associates whenever he wanted. Epstein also had numerous dinners with the magician David Blaine and the sex offender even had a reminder of the latter's birthday on his calendar.
As he sought to rehabilitate his image, Epstein was scheduled to see personalities including Irina Shayk, Chris Rock, Wendi Murdoch and Richard Branson. Tech billionaire Peter Thiel, early Facebook investor Sean Parker, artist Jeff Koons, JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon and music industry executive Tommy Mottola, who used to be married to Mariah Carey, were also among those who appear in the documents.
The files were handed over by Epstein's estate to the government of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he owned two private islands, during its investigation into his sex trafficking operation.
Epstein hung himself in prison in 2019 while awaiting trial.
Perhaps one of the most high-profile personalities involved with Epstein was the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of Prince Andrew. According to the uncovered documents, she met with him while under house arrest in 2010 as his calendars from March of that year include a schedule for Ferguson, with a note from him saying: "Duchess anytime."
News site PerthNow reported that the duchess' relationship with the financier went back to at least April 1998, when an entry on the flight logs for his private plane has him meeting her at Nassau airport in the Bahamas. The logs stated that she traveled with her children Beatrice and Eugenie.
Ferguson had divorced Andrew two years earlier, but the two remained close friends as they are still today.
Also, the files suggested that the convicted pedophile knew intimate details of the former couple's finances and even bragged about it while touting himself to JP Morgan.
During that time, Ferguson had $5.5 million in debts. But in July 2011, she said they had been paid off – thanks to the intervention of Prince Andrew. Epstein even chipped in $17,000 for the amount owed to her personal assistant at the time.
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