New Documents Reveal Alleged Epstein Victim Claimed To Have Copies Of ‘Blackmail’ Sex Tapes He Made Of Associates

Expressed desire to “walk away from this” after threats to her safety

An alleged victim of the deceased elite pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has claimed that she has digital copies of ‘blackmail’ sex tapes Epstein made of his associates.

Not one of Epstein’s ‘clients’ has been named since his mysterious death or during the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, yet unsealed documents from Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Maxwell have revealed that another accuser, Sarah Ransome (pictured above earlier this year at Maxwell’s sentencing), says she stashed away in secret locations copies of sordid tapes recorded by Epstein.

An email from Ransome reads “When my friend had sexual intercourse with [redacted] and [redacted], sex tapes were in fact filmed on each occasion by Jeffrey.”

The email, apparently addressed to New York Post reporter Maureen Callahan, continues “Thank God she managed to get ahold of some footage of the filmed sex tapes which clearly identify the faces of [redacted] and [redacted] having sexual intercourse with her. Frustratingly enough Epstein was not seen in any of the footage but he was clever like that.”

“I will be more than willing to swear under oath and testify in court over these sex tapes,” Ransome further declared, adding that she had told someone close to her where to find the back up copies of the videos “in case anything happens to me before the footage is released.”

In the email, released after a judge ordered documents to be unsealed last month, Ransome also claims that the friend who provided her with the footage was “humiliated” by police after she attempted to expose the crimes, and then a redacted authority “heavily intimidated her, roughed her up,” and forced her to keep quiet.

Ransome also notes that her friend was “1000% certain that the FBI did a cover-up” and that someone, again redacted, had threatened to kill her. She also suggested that the lives of those close to her were in danger and that the CIA was hacking her communications.

In a further email to the reporter, Ransome suddenly seemed to lose interest in being involved, stating that she would “like to retract everything I have said to you and walk away from this,” reasoning that she feared for her safety.

 “I wish you the best of luck on catching Epstein and company,” Ransome wrote.

It has long been thought that Epstein and Maxwell made videos of sexual encounters between the women they were trafficking and elite associates as a form of insurance for themselves. Both Virginia Guiffre and Maria Farmer, another alleged victim, have said this was the case.

There was speculation that both Epstein and Maxwell would reveal names as part of a plea deal. Of course, Epstein never made it out of jail, and Maxwell likely knew she wouldn’t either if she said anything.

Both Guiffre and Farmer recently dropped their cases against Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, with Giuffre saying she made a ‘mistake’ in accusing Dershowitz of sexual abuse.

Giuffre also accepted an out of court settlement from UK royal Prince Andrew, thought to be worth $12 million.