The first trove of documents has been unsealed in the 2015 defamation case brought against Ghislaine Maxwell by Virginia Roberts.
The documents were made public Friday morning just moments after the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the decision to make public over 2000 pages of court filings that had previously been under seal.
Those documents reveal in great detail the three-year period in which Roberts claims she was Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell's sex slave.
Roberts has said that in that role she was 'forced to have sex with ...numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister.'
Those men do not include Bill Clinton and Donald Trump though, Roberts revealed in an unsealed deposition.
It's out: The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the decision to unseal court documents in the case Virginia Roberts (above at 17 in New Mexico at a museum near Epstein's ranch) filed against Ghislaine Maxwell
Dynamic duo: Those documents reveal in great detail the three-year period in which Roberts claims she was Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell's sex slave (Maxwell and Epstein above in 2005)
Roberts said in a 2016 deposition that Trump 'didn't partake in any sex with us ... and never flirted with me.'
She also stated that despite Epstein talking about how the two were friends, she did not recall ever seeing him at the Palm Beach mansion.
Roberts has spoken publicly about her time with Epstein on a few occasions, and stated that by 18 she was deemed to old for the pedophile.
A short while later she managed to escape, after being sent to Thailand for her 19th birthday to take a massage course - and told she would be taking back an underage girl.
Roberts was to interview the minor with the goal of taking her back to the United States, but that all changed when she met her now-husband.
She never returned and the two went off to start a new life in Australia, where they are now raising their three children.
She has since devoted her time to combating sex trafficking and the sexual abuse of minors.
'In 2011, two FBI agents located Giuffre in Australia—where she had been hiding from Epstein and Maxwell for several years—and arranged to meet with her at the U.S. Consulate in Sidney,' read a suit filed by Roberts that detailed how she came to speak out.
'Giuffre provided truthful and accurate information to the FBI about Epstein and Maxwell’s sexual abuse.'
It was Roberts who reopened the FBI's probe into Epstein when she provided agents with photos of herself travelling the world with the pedophile.
'Epstein took me on a ferry boat on one of the trips to New York City and there he took the picture above. I was approximately 15 or 16