The highly anticipated Jeffrey Epstein-related court documents have finally been unsealed. 

Former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump are both mentioned in the docs. Clinton was noted as using Epstein’s private jet on numerous occasions. His name appeared on manifests for the plane. He took four trips on the aircraft “in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation,” CBS News confirms. In another document, one Epstein accuser, Johanna Sjoberg, stated that Epstein once said that Clinton “likes them young, referring to girls.” However, there doesn’t appear to be evidence in the docs to support he participated in wrongdoing.  

Trump is listed in one area as being invited by the billionaire to a casino. In a separate piece of evidence, an unidentified witness says she was never asked to have sexual relations with Trump. For years, there have been speculation and rumors surrounding both President’s knowledge and possible involvement in Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. Both have denied any knowledge of Epstein’s illicit acts. 

In another doc, Sjoberg said she met the late Michael Jackson at Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion. When asked if she was forced to massage him, she replied, “I did not.” Sjoberg has long accused Epstein of making her give sexually charged massages to him and his associates when she was underage. 

Epstein died by a reported suicide in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges. However, his longtime partner and once-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of child sex trafficking and related charges in 2021 and sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in recruiting and assaulting many of Epstein’s underage victims. In December 2023, Judge Loretta Preska from the Southern District of New York directed that the names of numerous Jane and John Does mentioned in the documents be publicly disclosed.