Megyn Kelly weighed in on the release of the unsealed court records relating to Jeffrey Epstein, stating “We’re not done” with the late sex trafficker.
The documents list over 100 of the sex offender’s friends, acquaintances, and business associates, including former president Bill Clinton, who is mentioned over 50 times.
The late financier was known to mingle with all kinds of elites varying from politicians, supermodels, business magnates, and Hollywood stars.
Kelly called the news surrounding Epstein “fascinating” in a post to TikTok on Thursday.
“I can tell you that for a fact,” Kelly began on The Megyn Kelly Show.
“I can’t tell you how I know, but I can tell you for a fact, we’re going to hear a lot more about Jeffrey Epstein in the coming year.”
In the clip, Kelly said viewers “may be hearing” from Epstein directly, promising to reveal more if “she’s allowed.”
Kelly’s message garnered over 950,000 views in just 12 hours,
“I just said the loudest WAIT WHAT out loud,” wrote one user,
“Ummm ma’am, do not leave us with that cliffhanger,” another said.
Some users suggested Epstein could still alive, and under some major witness protection.
“Is he still alive? in protective custody perhaps?” asked on user.
“Yeah the suicide was probably to protect him and those involved,” anther said..
Other users appeared to think Kelly had reposted an old clip to tease followers.
“What? Has to be recordings,” commented @user19036946121288.
“Oh there’s tapes that they are trying to stop from getting out,” agreed @mischief_22.
“I’m gonna bet its a video deposition with him answering questions or possibly blowing the whistle in who all was a client,” wrote Rick.
The newly released documents were part of a case by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre in 2015, who sued Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell after the British socialite accused her of lying about the sexual abuse.
While the case was settled in 2017, Maxwell fought hard to keep the court filings under wraps.
Maxwell is now serving 20 years in jail for helping Epstein’s sex trafficking operations.
Since the release of the documents, former President Bill Clinton has been the name that is being mentioned the most.
As The Daily Fetched reported:
A victim of Jeffrey Epstein claimed that the late sex trafficker told her that former President Bill Clinton “likes them young.”
The document from May 2016 quotes Johanna Sjoberg, who testified about being recruited by Epstein as a massage therapist.
The Daily Mail noted, “Sjoberg told the lawyers in 2016 that Epstein told her ‘Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.'”
Bill Clinton’s name was mentioned 50 times in the newly released documents.