It’s the list that may have sent many prominent New Yorkers into damage control this week after they were accidentally outed as alleged “main clients” of the Sarah Lawrence sex-cult victim.
The list — reviewed by The Post on Wednesday — appears to represent a cross-section of Manhattan’s elite: from Wall Street to the justice system and even the art industry.
Some of the 121 names bear unusual monikers shared by several reputable Big Apple businesspeople, including a financier whose name also pops up in pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous black book.
Another appears to be a businessman whose title is brandished on a museum.
Others include an ex-New York Supreme Court judge, a Gap Inc. executive and her husband and an Amazon account executive.
A painter who splits his time between New York and Italy, an architect who has designed university campuses and a travel editor are apparently featured on the list.
Names matching an international diamond dealer and a Washington, DC-based lobbyist are also included.
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