Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Shares QAnon Posts Prior To Ghislaine Maxwell's Deposition Unsealing

Virginia Giuffre, who claims she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein as a teenager, tweeted QAnon supporting accounts and phrases prior to court documents related to the late billionaire's associate Ghislaine Maxwell being unsealed.

Giuffre, who alleges that the Epstein and Maxwell forced her to have sex with the financier's high-profile friends around the world, retweeted and liked tweets which promoted the conspiracy theory surrounding elite satanic pedophiles on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

One post she liked on the social media app showed a photo of a young girl and a teddy bear inside a giant "Q." The caption to the image read: "We've Awoken, Stop Pedophilia."

She also reshared an post which included the WWG1WGA hashtag—an abbreviation of the QAnon slogan "where we go one we go all."

Giuffre shared the post from @TheRibberDuck79 by tweeting out the hashtag #TheGreatAwakeningWorldwide—a key QAnon phrase—and tagged in a number of other accusers, as well as socialite Paris Hilton.

Giuffre also liked a tweet of support which states: "We are Q, We are with you!"

While Giuffre has never publicly backed the baseless conspiracy theory that there is a secret pedophile ring involving Satan-worshiping elites, the alleged crimes committed by Epstein and his associates are jumped on by its supporters as proof that high-profile child abusers exist and need to be stopped.

One of the men Epstein is alleged to have trafficked Giuffre to is the British Royal family's Prince Andrew. She claims to have had sex with the prince in 2001 at a party in London hosted by Epstein when she was 17.

She also alleges she had an orgy with Prince Andrew and at least eight other young women on Epstein's infamous Caribbean island Little St. James. The prince denies all allegations against him.

In a tweet on Friday, Giuffre wrote: "Just to be clear—I am not affiliated with any political group or agenda. My life revolves around truth, the importance of breaking the silence around sex trafficking & CSA [child sex abuse] & of course my Family & Fur babies. We all just need to remind ourselves what is really important."

Giuffre has been contacted for further comment.

The tweets linked to QAnon were sent as hundreds of pages relating to Maxwell and her relationship with Epstein were due to unsealed at a courtroom in New York.

Among some of the revelations from the deposition include how Maxwell referred to Giuffre, then called Virginia Roberts, as a "liar" over her claims that she was forced into sex by Epstein and she encouraged her to give him sexual massages as "one giant tissue of lies."

Maxwell also said she had traveled with Bill Clinton on Epstein's private jet, but denied she ever visited Little St. James along with the former president, which Giuffre alleged.

Angel Ureña, a spokesperson for Clinton, previously told Newsweek in July that he had "never been to Little St. James Island."

She added: "He'd not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade. Well before his terrible crimes came to light."

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A protester sits outside court as Ghislaine Maxwell is set to make her first court appearance on July 14, 2020 at the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre shared a series of QAnon tweets ahead of the unsleaing of Ghislaine Maxwell deposition. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty