In connection with a domestic violence incident that occurred in 2020, Justin Roiland, the creator of Rick and Morty, recently made headlines after being charged with “one felony count of domestic battery with corporal injury and one felony count of false imprisonment by menace, violence, fraud and/or deceit.”
Following the uproar, American musician Allie Goertz disclosed a number of offensive Twitter messages she reportedly received from the animator. Soon after, other women charged Roiland with previously grooming adolescents and sending them indecent communications on social media.
Some social media users stated that Justin Roiland’s name supposedly surfaced on Jeffrey Epstein’s flight log for Epstein Island guests amid the continuing issue.
The island has a notorious reputation for being the purported base of operations for the late billionaire trafficking ring and the mistreatment of several women and children.
The Independent claims that among the visitors to Epstein Islands were famous people, prominent public personalities, and even royal family members. A private plane and a chopper were frequently used by visitors to get to the island.
During the trial of Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell in 2021, information regarding the passengers who travelled to the island was uncovered in a flight log. The log offered more information on the passengers who travelled to the island aboard Epstein’s aircraft between 1991 and 2006 by documenting flight details.
According to reports, before making the public version of the log available, the prosecution provided the court with three different versions of the log and twice lifted redactions at the defense’s request. Since then, many online versions of the flight log have been shared; one of these versions supposedly had Justin Roiland’s name in a list.
Reactions on Twitter to Justin Roiland’s Epstein island hypothesis
It’s unclear if Roiland will respond to the accusations made against him as comments on social media keep flooding in. The seventh season of Rick and Morty will go on without the animator, according to Adult Swim, which has formally severed all connections with Roiland.