(FreedomBeacon.com)- In a case filed against Ghislaine Maxwell, documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein’s acquaintances Glenn and Eva Dubin will be made public.
Eva Andersson Dubin dated Epstein on and off between 1983 and 1991.
Dubin is a physician, a former model, and a former Miss Sweden. She and her billionaire husband Glenn remained friends with Epstein, and their children looked up to the convicted pedophile and alleged sex trafficker as an uncle.
The Dubins were part of a group of non-parties whose relationships with Epstein or Maxwell came up in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Eight of those people objected to some of the documents that named them being made public.
US District Judge Loretta Preska ruled that documents involving the Dubins and former house manager Rinaldo Rizzo will be released. In a 2016 deposition, Rizzo stated that a 15-year-old Swedish girl who accompanied Maxwell to the Dubins’ home tearfully told him that Maxwell threatened and tried to force her to have sex with Epstein. The Dubins did not object to the materials to be released, except for one part of the transcript that the Judge claimed had a typographical error. That document will be sealed.
Although Giuffre’s lawsuit accusing Epstein and Maxwell of sex trafficking was settled in 2017, Maxwell had fought hard against evidence being disclosed from it.
But now, she will not challenge the release.
In December, Eva Andersson Dubin testified in the associated criminal trial against Maxwell, denying allegations that she had engaged in group sex with a woman, identified as “Jane,” who said Maxwell orchestrated orgies when she was 14. The accuser said the orgies took place at Epstein’s Palm Beach, Florida home in the 1990s, where she claimed women named Eva, Kelly, Sophie, and Michelle sometimes participated in them. Jane didn’t offer the last names of those women. Dubin testified she had never met Jane previously and that she never engaged in group sex with her.
Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking and faces up to 65 years in prison.