Megyn Kelly suggested that the world could hear from the late Jeffrey Epstein “directly” in the wake of the recent unsealing of a barrage of court documents related to the convicted pedophile’s abusive sex regime.
“We’re not done with Jeffrey Epstein. I can tell you that for a fact,” Kelly said during Thursday’s episode of her SiriusXM podcast, “The Megyn Kelly Show.”
“I can’t tell you how I know, but I can tell you for a fact we’re gonna hear a lot more about Jeffrey Epstein in the coming year, and you may even be hearing from him directly. More on that as I’m allowed to tell you,” Kelly added during the episode, which was earlier reported on by Mediaite.
The former Fox News primetime personality also reacted to an Epstein accuser’s testimony included in the newly unsealed files, which revealed that former President Bill Clinton once said he “likes them young, referring to girls,” per the court documents.
Kelly said the revelation was “shocking but not surprising.”
“Like I’ve said, we’ve seen this history of his for a long, long time,” she added.
It’s unclear what soundbites the public could potentially hear from Epstein before he killed himself in a federal jail in Manhattan in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
His brother, Mark Epstein, told The Post a never-before-heard “direct quote” from the late financier earlier this week.
“‘If I said what I know about both candidates, they’d have to cancel the election.’ That’s what Jeffrey told me in 2016,” Epstein told The Post Wednesday, recalling a conversation he had with his brother about the showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
However, Mark, a 69-year-old property developer, demurred when pushed to elaborate, saying his brother never revealed to him exactly what he knew about the then-presidential hopefuls.
Though Trump was named in the swath of court documents — nearly 1,000 pages that Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska ordered released last month — he was not accused of wrongdoing connected to Epstein’s sex-trafficking regime.
Flight logs from Epstein’s famed “Lolita Express” jet, however — which have been publicly available since December 2021 — show that Trump took at least seven trips on the private plane between 1993 and 1997, sometimes with members of his family.
Then-real estate developer Trump and Epstein were known associates at the time and were regularly seen together at formal events.
The logs, however, do not indicate that the future commander-in-chief ever visited Epstein’s island in the Caribbean, the center of his sadistic scheme.
Disgraced royal Prince Andrew, a known friend of Epstein, was named in the documents as well — along with more than 170 other Epstein associates — and was previously sued by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, who accused Andrew of sexual misconduct against her.
Epstein’s former attorney and friend Alan Dershowitz defended the late multimillionaire sex offender’s associates, saying: “None of us knew about his private life that he kept so secret.”
“You could judge them for having shown bad judgment, but you can’t conclude that any accusations against them are true without hearing the evidence,” the one-time Harvard Law School professor said Tuesday ahead of the document drop.