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Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious ‘Little Black Book’ goes up for auction

Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s “Little Black Book” of contacts has gone up for auction, where it is expected to fetch upwards of $200,000.

The convicted pedophile kept names, phone numbers and addresses of multiple high-profile people contained in the book, such as former president Donald Trump, Robert F Kennedy Jr, and attorney Alan Dershowitz.

Epstein was found dead in his New York prison cell in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking. His former girlfriend and associate, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, was convicted of similar charges and sentenced to 20 years behind bars in June 2022.

Details of many of Epstein’s associates were revealed in unsealed criminal documents earlier this year.

However, Alexander Historical Auctions, which is organizing the sale of the book, says that it contains the information of 221 people not previously included in another 2004 copy, used as evidence against Epstein by the FBI.

The 64-page address book, dated by a forensic document examiner to be from around 1997, lists 349 people in total. Bidding began on Wednesday and will last for one month.

According to the item description on the company’s website, the book measures 4.5 x 5.25 inches and is bound in black plastic. The entries are printed reproductions, “likely reduced in size to accommodate this rather small binding.”

Some of the names, the site notes, bear “black, hand-applied checkmarks, and five have been highlighted in yellow”. All five names, including that of Mr Trump, are “well-recognized financial and industrial figures”. The significance of the checked and highlighted names is unknown.

It also contains “a good deal of information hinting at Epstein’s sordid past”, the website states.

Bill Panagopulos,

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