JEFFREY Epstein met with professor Noam Chomsky years after registering as a sex offender, bombshell documents have revealed.

The disgraced financier also met with top officials, including the current CIA director William Burns, according to his schedule.

Chomsky, a staunch critic of US foreign policy, was scheduled to fly to Epstein’s plush Manhattan townhouse in 2015, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

The linguist, 94, revealed that the pair discussed politics and academia during their meeting.

Epstein reportedly penciled in meetings with Chomsky between 2015 and 2016.

Chomsky was quizzed about his relationship with Epstein, and he told the WSJ: “First response is that it is none of your business. Or anyone’s.

“Second is that I knew him, and we met occasionally.”

Epstein pleaded guilty in June 2008 to a single charge of soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14.

He had to register as a sex offender and make payments to victims.

The WSJ unearthed a trove of documents from 2013-2017 that had previously not been reported.

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Epstein reportedly arranged meetings with Burns in 2014 while he was Deputy Secretary of State.

One lunch was planned to take place at a Washington, DC law office, while two were expected to happen at Epstein’s home.

CIA spokeswoman Tammy Kupperman Thorp told the WSJ that Burns remembered being introduced to Epstein by a mutual friend.

She added that Burns also recalled meeting Epstein “briefly” in New York.

The meeting between Epstein and Burns happened when the diplomat was trying to leave the government.

Burns served as Deputy Secretary of State from July 2011 until November 2014.

The meeting with Epstein happened years before Burns was nominated for the role of CIA director.

Kupperman Thorp said: “The director did not know anything about him, other than that he was introduced as an expert in the financial services sector and offered general advice on the transition to the private sector.”

She continued that Burns and Epstein had “no relationship.”

Chomsky and Burns have not been accused of any wrongdoing.

Kathryn Ruemmler, who formerly served on The White House Counsel during the Obama Administration between 2011-14, told The WSJ that she “regrets” ever knowing Epstein.

The paper reported that Epstein called Ruemmler to arrange a meeting – just weeks after she left the White House.

A spokesperson for Goldman Sachs, where Ruemmler now works, said she had more than 30 appointments with Epstein.

They told the WSJ: “It was the same kinds of contacts and engagements she had with other contacts and clients.”

The docs claimed Ruemmler was planned to join Epstein on visits to Paris in 2015 and his Caribbean island in 2017.

But, the Goldman Sachs spokesperson said that she didn’t travel with him.

Ruemmler also has not been accused of any wrongdoing.

In August 2019, Epstein was found dead in his New York prison cell while awaiting a sex trafficking trial.

His death came just weeks after he was found unconscious with injuries to his neck.

Epstein had pleaded not guilty to charges of sexually abusing dozens of girls, with some of his alleged victims being as young as 14.