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( Following the guilty verdict in the Ghislaine Maxwell case last Wednesday, focus has now turned on other celebrities who spent time with Maxwell and Epstein. Virginia Guiffre, one of the most high-profile victims of Epstein and Maxwell, tweeted out in the wake of the guilty verdict that the pair did not act alone, and more people are guilty of grooming and exploiting children.

“I hope that today is not the end but rather another step in justice being served,” Giuffre said in a tweet.

“Maxwell did not act alone. Others must be held accountable. I have faith that they will be,” she also said.

Another famous individual involved in the case is British royal, Prince Andrew, who has long denied accusations that he sexually abused young women who were groomed and trafficked by both Epstein and Maxwell. Prince Andrew’s lawyers are currently fighting a lawsuit filed against him, arguing that the alleged victim cannot file suit against Andrew in the United States because he is a British citizen.

There is also the famous little black book be owned by Maxwell, which was allegedly sealed by the court. It is believed to contain the contact details and names of as many as 2,000 people who were friendly with Epstein – and who may have engaged in sexual crimes with him.

Earlier in December, Manhattan federal court judge Alison Nathan ruled that only portions of the book will be released.


Rumors suggest that the names include Peter Soros, the nephew of billionaire agitator and financier George Soros, as well as Courtney Love, Dr. Henry Kissinger, and more.

Just how many people are connected with Epstein’s crimes? We may never know.