The ongoing saga involving disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, who mysteriously died in his own jail cell four years ago, could soon reignite heavy interest.
Fox News reported that a final batch of documents related to the Epstein case will reportedly be released "soon," possibly within the coming months, the report said. The documents reportedly contain the names of high-profile associates involved in his illegal escapades.
The documents also contain names of employees and some of the victims of Epstein's horrific sex trafficking activities.
Fox News noted:
"They refer to "alleged perpetrators" or those accused of "serious wrongdoing" as well as law enforcement officers and prosecutors.
Social media reacted swiftly to the news, with many predicting that the final batch of documents could contain the names of celebrities and other world influencers who some have accused of being involved in illegal activities with the former financier.
"BREAKING: Court documents to be unsealed relating to Jeffrey Epstein case, will reveal names of 167 individuals previously withheld!!! No date has been set yet, but it should be soon. WE ARE FINALLY GETTING THE LIST—hopefully…" one Twitter user wrote.
BREAKING: Court documents to be unsealed relating to Jeffrey Epstein case, will reveal names of 167 individuals previously withheld!!!
No date has been set yet, but it should be soon. WE ARE FINALLY GETTING THE LIST—hopefully…
— Xaviaer DuRousseau (@XAVIAERD) February 12, 2023
According to the Daily Mail, Prince Andrew, who was accused of having sexual relations with one of Epstein's confirmed victims, and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz are two public figures expected to be named in the final batch of previously sealed documents. However, it's unclear what the documents will say.
However, another "public figure" is likely to be named, though it's unclear who. Epstein was associated with a long list of some of the most public world figures, including former President Bill Clinton and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, among others.
Fox added: "Some of the people slated to be identified include John Doe 5, a victim who gave evidence at Maxwell's trial using only her first name, the report said. Another is an assistant district attorney."
Getting the documents released to the public has been an ongoing court battle that has played out since Epstein ended his life, or so they say, in 2019.
The Daily Mail added: "Others with documents about them are described as 'law enforcement officers' or alleged 'Maxwell affiliates.'"
One of the most disturbing revelations about Epstein's horrific minor sex trafficking business involves his private island, where many believe some of the most egregious crimes took place.
There's no telling what the final trove of documents will contain, but it'll undoubtedly ruin someone's day.