Some new details have emerged in Jeffrey Epstein's case that involve former US President Bill Clinton. According to testimony from an Espstein accuser the former American nation head was a guest at Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island.
Virginia Giuffre — who has also accused Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell of abusing her — told lawyers 9 years ago that Clinton visited Epstein’s private Little St. James Island with Maxwell, herself, and “two young girls” from New York Giuffre added that Clinton stayed in Epstein’s private residence on the island, where “orgies were a constant thing that took place.”
Giuffre also stated that she was surprised to see the former president on the island. “I remember asking Jeffrey what’s Bill Clinton doing here kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me a favor. He never told me what favors they were. I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke."
Giuffre said Clinton also traveled on Epstein’s private plane and also noticed other famous people, such as Clinton’s vice president, Al Gore, and models Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum were aboard at one point when she was. Giuffre went onto state “Just about anybody would fly on his plane.
"There was never any set routine who would come and would go. It was an influx of people on Jeffrey’s airplane".
According to Giuffre, there was excessive sexual activity on the plane. Giuffre added when she would be aboard with Epstein and Maxwell there were frequent sexual encounters.
Giuffre described the various levels of sexual activity as "there would be sexual conduct, there would be foreplay, there was a bed in there, so we could basically reenact exactly what was happening in the house,” “It would start off with massaging or we would start off with foreplay, sometimes it would lead to, you know, orgies.”
Thursday night's details were all laid out in documents from a civil defamation lawsuit against Maxwell by Giuffre 5 year ago which was released upon the request of a judge based in New York.
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