Was Bill Gates threatened by Jeffrey Epstein Over relationship in 2010?

Did billionaire Bill Gates receive a threat from Jeffrey Epstein because of their extramarital relationship with a Russian bridge player? According to a Wall Street Journal report, fresh information indicates that the computer tycoon was threatened by a convicted sex trafficker.

According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Epstein intimidated Gates and promised to make his relationship with Russian bridge player Mila Antonova public if the billionaire didn’t pay up, according to the sources. Epstein put pressure on Gates to pay back the fees he had initially paid for Antonova to attend a school for software developers. 2013 was when Epstein first met her.

In 2010, Gates first met Mila Antonova, who has since been named. In 2010, Gates first met the Antonova and later played bridge with her. In a video from 2010 on YouTube, Antonova recalled a match she had with Gates, saying:

“I didn’t beat him, but I tried to kick him with my leg.”

According to the Sources, which cited further individuals, Epstein threatened Gates via email in 2017 after failing to persuade the tech guru to contribute to a sizable charity fund that he was trying to establish in conjunction with JPMorgan & Chase.

According to records examined by the Sources, Antonova was looking for funding to launch BridgePlanet, an online bridge tutorial company. She was introduced to Epstein by Boris Nikolic, a close Gates advisor, in order to acquire funding for her setup. Epstein agreed to pay for her coding school expenses, despite not investing in her idea.

Years after their claimed liaison ended, Epstein contacted Gates in 2017 and threatened to use blackmail to force him to pay Antonova’s school expenses. If Gates didn’t pay, he implied that he would make the affair public.

According to recent reports, Epstein has business relationships with prominent figures including Bard College president Leon Botstein and renowned academician and linguist Noam Chomsky. According to reports, the disgraced billionaire sent Chomsky and Botstein, respectively, $270K and $150K. The deceased billionaire did send Chomsky the money in 2018, according to Chomsky, a professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who spoke to The Wall Street Journal.

But the sum in question was purely a “rearrangement” of his own money. The academician asserted that he approached Epstein not for a donation but for technical guidance regarding the disposal of his own cash. Chomsky asserted there were “no financial transactions other than from one of my accounts to another” in an interview with the Guardian.

In 2019, Epstein passed away while he was incarcerated.

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