- Higbridge Capital Management co-founder Glenn Dubin was allegedly the first of Epstein’s cohort with whom Giuffre was instructed to have sex
- Hundreds of pages of unsealed, unredacted documents in Giuffre’s case against Maxwell name dozens of former associates of Epstein
Dubin, a co-founder of Highbridge Capital Management, and his wife of three decades Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin are both mentioned by name in the newly unsealed documents.
In a 2016 deposition for a case Giuffre brought against Maxwell, she discusses her claim that Maxwell doled her out to Epstein’s powerful acquaintances for sex.
‘When they say massage, that means erotic, okay? That’s their term for it,’ she said under oath.
‘And I’m telling you that Ghislaine told me to go to Glenn Dubin and give him a massage, which means sex.’ Dubin and his wife previously denied allegations made against them and offered Vanity Fair what they claim is evidence that disproves Giuffre’s claims. Neither has ever been charged in relation to the allegations.
‘I know Glenn Dubin was first,’ she continued, offering up the information that the billionaire businessman, now 66, was the first person to whom Maxwell sent her after she’d finished her massage training.
Andersson-Dubin, a doctor and former Miss Sweden, has previously admitted to dating Epstein on and off in the 80s and 90s prior to her marriage to Dubin.
In a 2016 deposition, Maxwell called Andersson-Dubin a close personal friend of hers.
The billionaire’s wife testified for the defense in 2021 at Maxwell’s trial. She said she never witnessed any inappropriate conduct between Epstein and underage girls.
The hundreds of pages of unsealed, unredacted documents in Giuffre’s defamation case against Maxwell, revealed Wednesday evening the names of dozens of people connected to Epstein.
More documents are expected to be unsealed in the coming days, which will likely include the names of further associates of Epstein, who died in 2019 while awaiting trial in jail.
Dubin and his wife, who have not been charged in connection with any of the Epstein cases, are well-known New York society philanthropists, having added their name to Mt. Sinai’s breast cancer wing.
They also co-founded the Robin Hood Foundation, a charity that is largely funded by hedge funds established to fight poverty. The family’s private foundation funds healthcare, anti-poverty, and education and arts programs.
On Wednesday, a 946-page trove of court documents from Giuffre’s 2015 lawsuit against Maxwell were unsealed – the case was settled in 2017.
Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20 year prison sentence for sex trafficking, was the only person ever punished for the sex trafficking ring.
The files were made public by the Southern District of New York on January 3 after the deadline for appeals passed, around 6:30pm Wednesday night.
Monday’s explosive documents also saw Johanna Sjoberg allege that Epstein had told her former President Bill Clinton ‘liked them young,’ in reference to women.
Clinton was pictured flying on Epstein’s plane, but has sought to play down his association with the disgraced late financier, who died in jail in August 2019.
A fresh statement issued to CNN Wednesday evening saw Clinton claim it had been almost 20 years since he’d last seen Epstein.
A copy of an email released Wednesday – also from Epstein – appeared to show him asking Ghislaine Maxwell to kill a claim that Professor Stephen Hawking had participated in an underage orgy at Epstein’s home.
The brilliant English physicist, who died in 2018 aged 76, visited Epstein’s Little St James in 2008.
He spent the final decades of his life paralyzed by motor neurone disease which left him reliant on a wheelchair to move and a computer to talk.