Leonardo DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz among celebs named in Jeffrey Epstein documents

 Leonardo DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz among celebs named in Jeffrey Epstein documents

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The recent unveiling of court documents in the high-profile Jeffrey Epstein case has brought to light references to numerous Hollywood celebrities. These documents, stemming from the legal proceedings surrounding the late financier accused of s*x trafficking, mention figures such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz, Kevin Spacey, Cate Blanchett, and Bruce Willis.

It’s important to note that the mere mention of these individuals in the documents does not imply any wrongdoing or illegal activities on their part. These references are part of a larger collection of public content, including books, documentaries, and interviews, spanning two decades of the Epstein affair. This documentation underscores Epstein’s extensive network of high-profile acquaintances.

One witness’s testimony highlighted Epstein’s frequent phone conversations with various celebrities, mentioning names like DiCaprio, Blanchett, and Willis in passing. However, this does not suggest any direct involvement or awareness of Epstein’s criminal activities.

In a significant development, Judge Loretta A. Preska disclosed over 170 names linked to the Epstein-Gislaine Maxwell sex trafficking case in a New York court. This list includes a range of individuals, from victims and witnesses to former employees and high-profile figures briefly mentioned, such as Prince Andrew, Michael Jackson, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Clinton, and Donald Trump.

The public release of these names followed Judge Preska’s review of documents requested by the Miami Herald in a civil lawsuit brought by one of Epstein’s victims. The case has since been resolved, but the documents continue to shed light on the extensive network surrounding Epstein.

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