Leonardo DiCaprio and Stephen Hawking Named in Jeffrey Epstein Court Docs

In a twist that sounds like the setup for the weirdest celebrity trivia game ever, court documents have spilled the beans on a star-studded cast of characters linked to the infamous Jeffrey Epstein. Move over Hollywood Walk of Fame, we’ve got the Epstein Connection Roll Call!

Leonardo DiCaprio, David Copperfield, and Stephen Hawking are the unexpected trio you never knew you needed in a sentence together. It’s like the beginning of a bizarre joke. So, Leo, Copperfield, and Hawking walk into a courtroom…

In this real-life drama, the first batch of documents (just 40 out of a whopping 250) were unsealed, and they read like the guest list for a party you probably wouldn’t want to attend. It’s like the who’s who of “Wait, they were involved too?”

Stephen Hawking, Bill Clinton, and Leo DiCaprio are not just A-listers; they’re now starring in a legal drama that promises more twists and turns than Leo’s attempts to finally bag that elusive Oscar.

These papers are part of a 2015 defamation case by Virginia Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, the disgraced British socialite who thought Epstein’s guest list needed a bit more spice. She supplied him with underage girls, and now she’s got the legal spotlight shining on her.

And let’s not forget the royal touch. Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, also makes a cameo. Apparently, he reached a settlement with Giuffre after she claimed she was forced into some awkward royal encounters when she was just 17. Of course, the settlement is totally not an admission of guilt. Andrew’s denying wrongdoing like a magician trying to escape a straight jacket.

A deposition from Johanna Sjoberg has surfaced, claiming Prince Andrew had a knack for humor that involved touching sensitive body parts while taking photos. Talk about royal jesters taking their job too seriously.

In response to the unfolding drama, Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorneys have issued a statement, swearing up and down that she’s innocent. It’s like the legal version of “It wasn’t me” by Shaggy.

In the courtroom of celebrity scandal, it seems like everyone is getting a front-row seat, whether they wanted it or not. Stay tuned for the next episode of “As the Courtroom Turns,” where the only thing more shocking than the allegations is the unexpected cast of characters.

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