Child sex offender and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is now on trial for sex trafficking of minors, but his secret black book has an eye-opening list of people he has come in contact.

Epstein’s black book was first revealed by the defunct news website, Gawker in 2015. It was republished by New York magazine over the weekend in its stunning exposé of Epstein and his elite New York friends.

Listing in Epstein’s book isn’t going to make you a criminal. But it reveals Epstein’s acquaintances and his friends many of whom are powerful. It could also have shielded him from prosecution in the past.

Some of the men listed in Epstein’s black book are well-known sex offenders such as Woody Allen and Jean-LucBrunel. The latter was accused in court testimony of having used his agency to supply Epstein with girls. Convicted sex assailant and comedian Bill Cosby, who was Epstein’s former neighbor is also listed in the book.

Former president Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea; Britain’s Prince Andrew; and former Prime Minister Tony Blair have also been named. Other names include supermarket mogul Ron Burkle; former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and John Kerry; media titan Rupert Murdoch; Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei; Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group; and Tom Barrack, a Trump adviser and private-equity manager.

Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, is also on the list. Bannon became infamous for his reply to Ivanka Trump’s condemnation of pedophile Roy Moore, who ran for senator in Alabama.

“There’s a special place in hell for people who prey on children,” said Ivanka about Moore.

To which Bannon replied, “What about the allegations about her dad and that 13-year-old?”

Bannon was referring to a woman who accused Donald Trump and Epstein of raping her when she was 13 years old.

But the most famous personalities listed in Epstein’s black book are the Trumps, led by President Donald Trump, his wife Melania, his daughter Ivanka and his ex-wife, Ivana.

Trump once described Epstein as a “terrific guy” in an interview. In 2002, Trump boasted to New York Magazine he’d known Epstein forever.

After the Epstein scandal broke, Trump, however, tried to dissociate himself. Trump’s assertion that he didn’t know Epstein that well did not make much sense. Trump and Epstein were filmed in 1992 at Mar-a-Lago, hosting a party attended by Buffalo Bills cheerleaders.

There are several entries for Trump in the black book, including a “direct emergency contact.”

“It’s not just the denial in the face of evidence that, yes, he really did hang out with the guy that makes this set of the film so classically Trumpian,” said the New York Magazine story.

“The tape distills Trump to a certain essence: In this frame, he dances, snapping his fingers and spinning, surrounded by women -- but profoundly alone, backing off and avoiding eye contact the second a woman moves in to dance with him.”