Judge Unseals Secrets During Ghislaine Maxwell Case Last Tuesday, a Manhattan

(RepublicanInformer.com)- Last Tuesday, a Manhattan judge ruled that documents related to Glenn and Eva Dubin in connection to a lawsuit that was settled in 2017 can be released.

Eva Dubin, a former model and former Miss Sweden, had dated Jeffrey Epstein on and off from 1983 to 1991. She and her husband Glenn, who had remained friends with Epstein, were among a group of eight people whose relationships with Epstein or Maxwell came up in a lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre against Jeffrey Epstein that was settled in 2017.

On Tuesday, US District Judge Loretta Preska in Manhattan ordered the release of the documents pertaining to the Dubins and their former house manager Rinaldo Rizzo.

The Dubins did not object to the documents’ release. One part of the transcript that contains a typographical error, however, will remain sealed.

Virginia Giuffre fought for years to have the material in the trial unsealed. Ghislaine Maxwell initially opposed the release, but now takes no position either way.

Rinaldo Rizzo opposed the documents from the lawsuit being unsealed, but Judge Preska found that Rizzo had already been named in the press and had given interviews, so there was no justification for keeping the records sealed.

In a 2016 deposition, Rizzo, the Dubins’ former house manager, testified that a tearful 15-year-old Swedish girl who visited the Dubins with Ghislaine Maxwell had told him that Maxwell threatened her and tried to force her to engage in sex with Jeffrey Epstein.

Judge Preska ruled that the documents be unsealed in the next two weeks.

In the same ruling, Judge Preska ordered documents related to five of the people remain under seal, including documents related to two minors who “played no part” in the allegations in the suit, someone who worked for Jeffrey Epstein in a financial capacity, and a man whose name appeared on a flight log with Epstein.

In December, Eva Dubin testified in Ghislaine Maxwell’s criminal trial in which she denied allegations that she participated in group sex with one of Maxwell’s accusers who was 14 at the time. The accuser gave the first names of several women whom she said participated in orgies, including a woman named “Eva,” but she provided no last name. Dubin testified that she never met the accuser, never participated in orgies, and “Eva” is a common Northern European name.