Epstein Accuser Unveils Sex Tape Claims Involving Trump, Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Branson
In recently released court records, one of Sarah Ransome’s accusers against Jeffrey Epstein asserted in a string of 2016 emails that former President Donald Trump frequently engaged in sexual relations at Epstein’s New York home with an unidentified friend.
The documents also suggested that Ransome asserted having copies of tapes allegedly featuring high-profile individuals such as Trump, former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Richard Branson engaged in sexual activities with an unidentified woman.
Explosive Allegations Unveiled
However, Ransome later walked back on her claims, retracting them in an October 2016 email to then-New York Post columnist Maureen Callahan.
In the email correspondence, Ransome confided in Callahan about her friend’s casual friendship with Trump, claiming that the former president had a particular interest in her friend’s physical attributes.
She went on to allege that her friend had sexual relations with Trump at Epstein’s New York mansion on a regular basis.
However, in an October 23, 2016 email, Ransome retracted her statements, expressing a desire to retract everything she had said and to walk away from the situation.
Ransome’s admission that she “invented the tapes” to draw attention to Epstein’s behavior surfaced in a 2019 New Yorker article. Trump advisor Steven Cheung dismissed the accusations as baseless and false, emphasizing the retraction made by Ransome.
Trump’s advisor, Steven Cheung, issued a statement dismissing the allegations, emphasizing that they have been fully retracted because they are false and lack merit.
Former President Bill Clinton’s representative, Angel Urena, declined to comment on the matter. A spokesperson for Virgin Group, representing Richard Branson, labeled Ransome’s claims as baseless and unfounded, citing her admission of inventing the tapes in the 2019 New Yorker report.
Epstein Accuser Virginia Giuffre’s Defamation Lawsuit
The emails were part of a since-settled defamation lawsuit filed by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former associate.
The documents were disclosed as part of an effort by former Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz’s legal team to undermine Ransome’s credibility.
Dershowitz, Epstein’s one-time lawyer, had been accused of sexual abuse by Giuffre, a lawsuit she later dropped, admitting a potential mistake.
The unsealed court documents add to the growing body of information surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s extensive network of influential figures. While Ransome’s allegations have been retracted and discredited, the revelation underscores the complexity and controversy surrounding the legal aftermath of Epstein’s crimes.
The documents not only detail accusations against high-profile individuals but also provide accounts from Epstein’s victims and former associates, shedding light on the disturbing extent of his actions.