Some famous people will be named in court papers about Jeffrey Epstein this week, as reported by ABC News.
A judge said these names can be shared starting January 1st, but the court is closed that day for New Year's.
One name in these secret papers is former President Bill Clinton, known as "Doe 36". He is mentioned in over 50 documents.
These papers are from a legal case Virginia Giuffre had against Ghislaine Maxwell in 2015.
Giuffre said Epstein and Maxwell made her, when she was a teenager, have sexual encounters with powerful men, including Prince Andrew. These men denied it, and Giuffre settled a legal case against Prince Andrew outside of court.
ABC mentioned that Giuffre didn't accuse Clinton of wrongdoing. She said she met him on Epstein's island, but Clinton's team denies he ever went there. Flight logs show Clinton flew on Epstein's plane to various places, but not to his island.
Clinton's representatives said he stopped talking to Epstein in 2005 and knew nothing about Epstein's crimes.
Last month, a judge ordered the release of documents naming people linked to Epstein in Maxwell's lawsuit.
Judge Loretta Preska decided to release the documents because many people named have already been in the media or in other court papers.
Maxwell helped Epstein abuse teenage girls for years. In 2022, she got 20 years in prison for sex trafficking.
Most people named in the documents are linked to Epstein in some way. Some face allegations, while others worked with him, flew on his planes, or visited his homes.