Former President Bill Clinton has been implicated by name as having attended”Pedophile Island.”

A large batch of documents that were unsealed by court order on Thursday, July 30, relate to Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite arrested on July 2 on charges of aiding the sexual abuse of underage girls by the now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein.

It is almost 12 months since a considerable file on Epstein was released to the public, and interest in the case may be reignited with new evidence against the couple, reported Forbes.

The documents include a witness interview by a victim of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, and excerpts of the document have been tweeted by Michael Cernovich, a social media personality.

Breitbart reported that Cernovich tweeted excerpts from one of the documents that states, “Bill Clinton is implicated by name by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims as having been at Pedophile Island.”

The media’s coverage (or non-coverage) of this will be worth observing.

Lawyer Techno Fog tweeted a section of the interview in which Clinton’s name was mentioned, along with lawyer Alan Dershowitz.
Witness interview:

Lawyers for Maxwell had argued against the release of the documents, as they said there were “grave concerns about our client’s ability to seek and receive an impartial and fair trial and jury due to the intense media scrutiny around anything that is unsealed.”

The documents form part of a civil case that has now been settled, that was filed by Virginia Guiffre. She accused Maxwell of recruiting her for Epstein to sexually abuse when she was just a minor.

At the time, Guiffre was working as a spa assistant at the Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida.

Information contained in the unsealed documents from Virginia Giuffre says “that Maxwell lured her into Epstein’s orbit at 15 years old, under the guise of offering work as a masseuse,” reported Breitbart.

Guiffre maintained Epstein had directed her to have sex with his friend Prince Andrew and Epstein’s lawyer, Alan Dershowitz. Both men strongly deny the claims.