Epstein Victim Attorney Makes Shocking Admission About Trump

On Tuesday, a video remerged featuring attorney Bradley Edwards addressing Donald Trump’s demeanor and behavior towards the deceased sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein after Epstein’s initial arrest.

From 2009, Edwards has served as legal counsel for over 70 individuals who were victimized by Jeffrey Epstein. He is widely acknowledged for his significant role in facilitating the prosecution and conviction of Epstein. The video went viral on Tuesday. It was published by the Conscious Resistance Network in 2018. In it, Edwards expressed his viewpoint to the website’s founder Derrick Broze regarding Trump’s role in the issue.

Broze referenced a lawsuit filed against Trump by two previous purported victims of Epstein, which was dismissed before to going to trial. Broze then inquired about Edwards’ perspective on the credibility of these allegations.

“The only thing that I can say about President Trump is that he is the only person who in 2009, when I served a lot of subpoenas against a lot of people … he is the only person that picked up the phone and said, ‘let’s just talk, I’ll give ya as much time as you want, I’ll tell ya what you need to know,’” Bradley elucidated.

“And [Trump] was very helpful in the information that he gave, and gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever,” Bradley added. “But [he] had good information, that checked out, and that helped us, and that we didn’t have to take a deposition of him.”

Broze inquired on the veracity of the assertions that Trump expelled Epstein from Mar-a-Lago. Bradley confirmed that he had “definitely heard that.” 

Trump speaks at CPAC 2023 – Photo by Jeff Rainforth

Trump had said in the past that he experienced a “falling out”  in his relationship with Epstein approximately 15 years ago, but he did not provide any further details. Subsequent accounts, including some mentioning Bradley, claimed that Trump expelled Epstein from Mar-A-Lago and imposed a lifetime ban on him from the establishment due to Epstein hitting on “an underage girl at the club.”


The release of the Jeffrey Epstein list was scheduled for Tuesday. Nevertheless, the court has allegedly postponed the complete disclosure. The court’s disclosure of the materials was made publicly available.

Multiple confidential court documents pertaining to Epstein, the convicted sex trafficker who died by hanging in a jail cell in 2019, reportedly include well-known individuals such as the Duke of York, Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.

The “list” comprises over 150 names found in court records, exposing notable individuals linked to Epstein and his former partner and convicted collaborator, Ghislaine Maxwell. The data were made confidential as a result of a defamation lawsuit initiated by Virginia Giuffre, one of the individuals making accusations.

The documents encompass more than 150 identities obtained from a civil action lodged against Ghislaine Maxwell, who was convicted last year and subsequently sentenced to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking and other offenses related to her involvement in the sexual exploitation of underage girls alongside Epstein.

In a recent ruling, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska concluded that there were no legal grounds to maintain the confidentiality of the identities of over 150 individuals referred to as “John and Jane Does” in the records.

Their inclusion in court records does not imply that they are in fact predators or involved in any unlawful conduct.

Following Epstein’s apprehension for sex trafficking allegations in July 2019, several prominent individuals have been associated with him, such as wealthy Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers. As per a Gates official, the two individuals met exclusively “for philanthropic purposes, which he regrets.” Summers, via a spokesperson, expressed he “deeply regrets” his association with Epstein.

On Wednesday, the New York Post reported, “Epstein’s former attorney and friend Alan Dershowitz defended the late multimillionaire sex offender’s associates, whose names will soon be released as part of a court ruling, saying: “None of us knew about his private life that he kept so secret.”

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