New Epstein Documents Unveil Michael Jackson’s Connection: Deposition Reveals Encounter at Palm Beach Residence

In the latest developments, the late pop icon Michael Jackson has been mentioned in a newly unveiled set of documents linked to the deceased convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The inclusion of Michael Jackson’s name surfaced during a deposition in May 2016 by Johanna Sjoberg, an individual identified as an alleged victim of Epstein. These documents, unsealed on Wednesday night, shed light on the question posed to Sjoberg about encountering notable personalities while in the company of Jeffrey Epstein.

“I met Michael Jackson,” she disclosed during the deposition.

“At his house in Palm Beach. At Jeffrey’s house in Palm Beach,” she clarified when asked about the location.

When queried about providing a massage to Jackson, Sjoberg firmly stated, “I did not.”

It’s noteworthy that Michael Jackson faced allegations of sexual abuse from multiple men, a topic extensively covered in HBO’s 2019 two-part documentary, “Leaving Neverland.”

The tranche of documents related to Epstein, made public on Wednesday night, is associated with the legal dispute involving Virginia Giuffre, an accuser of Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s associate. The files implicate several prominent figures, including former President Bill Clinton and disgraced Prince Andrew.

Maxwell’s attorney, when approached for comment, informed NewsNation that she had “nothing to say” regarding the released documents. Maxwell is presently serving a 20-year prison sentence for her involvement in conspiring with Epstein to exploit minors.

Jeffrey Epstein, who awaited trial on sex trafficking charges, was discovered dead in his New York City jail cell in August 2019. The circumstances surrounding his death, officially ruled as a suicide, remain without recorded footage due to the absence of cameras at the time.

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