Jeffrey Epstein, the late sex offender who died in his jail cell in 2019 awaiting charges for child sex trafficking stemming from longtime allegations that he groomed, abused, and circulated underage girls for sex, reportedly visited the Clinton White House seventeen times, apparently accompanied by eight different women.
It has long been known that Epstein had ties to former President Bill Clinton as well as other figures such as former President Donald Trump, Microsoft tycoon Bill Gates, and the United Kingdom’s Prince Andrew, but newly unsurfaced visitor logs from the Clinton White House shed new light on the frequency of his visits to the executive residence at the time, according to The Daily Mail.
Epstein first visited the White House in 1993, accompanied by his longtime girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell was convicted late last month over the role she played in befriending and grooming young girls for Epstein to abuse. She is currently in prison awaiting sentencing.
Last year, The Sun published newly-discovered photos of Maxwell and Epstein’s visit to the White House, which was to attend a party after Epstein donated to a fund to restore the Oval Office and other projects.
In this one, Bill Clinton has that “I’m probably going to have you killed one day” look on his face. pic.twitter.com/yGlSqUAvdc
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 25, 2021
His other companions to the White House, that is, women who are listed in the visitor logs on the same day as he was during several of his many visits between 1993 and 1995, included Norwegian heiress Celina Midelfart, former Miss Sweden and internist Eva Andersson (now Andersson-Dubin) who testified at Maxwell’s trial and confirmed she dated Epstein in the late 80’s and early 90’s, and former model Francis Jardine (now Jardine-Deuess) who has also confirmed her relationship to Epstein.
The other women who appear along with Epstein on the visitor logs are Jennifer Garrison, Shelley Gafni, Jennifer Driver, and Lyoubov Orlova, although his relationship to these women is unclear.
Epstein was convicted in 2008 for soliciting a minor for prostitution and, after years of ongoing rumors, arrested in 2019 and charged with child sex trafficking.
One of his highest-profile accusers, Virginia Giuffre, is currently suing Prince Andrew over longstanding allegations that the royal abused her when she was 17 under Maxwell and Epstein’s supervision. Last week, Queen Elizabeth stripped her son of his royal titles and military duties.
Clinton has consistently denied close ties to Epstein and allegations that he sexually abused underage girls in the financier’s company; the former president has also faced unrelated accusations of sexual harassment and violent sexual assault for decades.
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