Attention surrounding the life of Jeffrey Epstein remains heightened even months after his supposed suicide in a New York prison. Legal rulings and diplomatic discussions continue to take place regarding England’s Prince Andrew. Recent court filings include statements from Alan Dershowitz that indicate one of Epstein’s slave women may have had sex with former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak.
Virginia Roberts claims she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein and says she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew at Epstein’s New York apartment, in the Caribbean and at Ghislaine Maxwell’s home in London. She also says she had sex with Alan Dershowitz. Her public statements include that she was his “sex slave.” Dershowitz himself is facing a defamation lawsuit from Roberts because of his involvement.
Court documents state that Dershowitz and Barak visisted Epstein’s island in 1998. The famous island, known formally at Little St. James Island, is more commonly called Epstein Island. The 78 acre island was bought by Epstein in 1998 for nearly $8 million USD. Insiders commonly reported the island to be a depraved site of hedonism, prostitution, and underage sexual abuse.
Prime Minister Ehud Barak admitted to visiting the island. He publicly said he did not meet Epstein ““in the company of women or young girls.”