A recent report has unveiled that the unsealing of Jeffery Epstein’s “client list” in early January will expose a “former president.” This revelation comes after a federal judge ordered the release of documents pertaining to Epstein’s sex trafficking cases, with the names unredacted. U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska has mandated the public disclosure of Epstein’s “client list” by unsealing numerous documents associated with the disgraced financier.

These documents are expected to reveal the previously concealed identities of over 180 individuals connected to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation. Among the redacted names are associates, victims, investigators, and journalists involved in covering the case. While some names will remain sealed, particularly those of minor victims who never publicly spoke about the case, others linked to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation will finally be named in the unsealed documents.

Judge Preska provided a detailed explanation for her decision in a 51-page order issued on Monday. The unsealed material is relevant to a defamation case filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Prince Andrew, against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s associate. In response to the ruling, Giuffre released a statement on X, taunting those who are about to be exposed on the “naughty list.”

The release of these documents has sparked extensive conjecture regarding the identities of prominent figures who will be implicated.

Certain news sources have alleged that they possess confidential details about influential individuals who are on the verge of being revealed.

Nevertheless, a groundbreaking revelation was made by NewsNation, as they confirmed that a “former president” is included in the list of individuals involved.

Dray Clark, a reporter for NewsNation, disclosed this information during a report on Wednesday evening.

“Many of those names that will come out are known and notable, including a former president,” Clark revealed.