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Revealed: Jeffrey Epstein's Powerful Network Unveiled in Trove of Emails and Calendars

Unprecedented Insights into Epstein's Connections with Presidents, Royalty, and Global Influencers. It is important to note that the documents provide insight into Epstein's associations but do not imply any wrongdoing on the part of the individuals mentioned.

The release of Jeffrey Epstein's private calendars and emails by DailyMail.com has shed new light on his powerful network and the extent of his connections with influential individuals. 

The trove of documents reveals Epstein's efforts to maintain relationships with world leaders, celebrities, and business magnates, even after his conviction and registration as a sex offender. Some notable revelations from the files include:

  1. Prince Andrew: The documents confirm Prince Andrew's close association with Epstein, detailing numerous flights on Epstein's private plane, visits to his properties, and even a trip to Epstein's Caribbean island. Epstein used Andrew's name to persuade JP Morgan to work with him as an intermediary for wealthy clients.

  2. Bill Gates: The files show that Epstein courted Bill Gates and attempted to persuade him to be the face of a fund for elite donors. Epstein claimed the fund would provide Gates with access to "higher quality people" without affecting his marriage. Gates had multiple meetings with Epstein to discuss the fund's details.

  3. Woody Allen: Epstein's friendship with Woody Allen was deeper than previously known. The calendars reveal multiple meetings, walks, private screenings, and dinners between the two. They even spent New Year together at Epstein's Palm Beach mansion.

  4. David Blaine and Chris Rock: Epstein's files suggest a friendship with magician David Blaine, who attended multiple dinners at Epstein's house. The records also mention a possible dinner with comedian Chris Rock, although a source close to Rock denies his attendance.

  5. Jes Staley: Jes Staley, former CEO of JP Morgan and later CEO of Barclays, had frequent meetings with Epstein, including dinners and private appointments. The calendars contain references to having "wine" ready for Staley, which may be a possible code word.

  6. Other notable individuals: The documents mention several other prominent figures, including Wendi Murdoch (ex-wife of Rupert Murdoch), Irina Shayk (Russian model), Richard Branson (Virgin Group founder), Peter Thiel (tech billionaire and early Facebook investor), and Tommy Mottola (former chair of Sony Music).

The release of these documents underscores Epstein's efforts to maintain a network of influential connections, even as he faced legal repercussions for his crimes. 


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