Epstein bragged about his ‘close’ relationship with Bill Clinton to intimidate teen: report

Convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein died in federal custody over a year ago, but allegations about him continue to surface.

The latest one involves his relationship with former President Bill Clinton.

Just the News is reporting that an unnamed woman is suing Epstein’s estate for sexual abuse that allegedly took place when she was only 15-years-old. Identified in the suit as “Jane Doe 15,” she claims that Epstein touted his high-level connections as a way of intimidating her.

“Epstein made clear to Jane Doe 15 how powerful he was,” Just the News quotes the lawsuit as saying. “He made a point of mentioning that he was close with Bill Clinton.”


Clinton’s connections with Epstein again drew attention when The New York Post published photos on August 14 of the former president receiving a massage from fellow Epstein accuser Chauntae Davies.

Davies stated that the pictures were taken in 2002 during a trip that Clinton took with Epstein to Africa aboard his private plane nicknamed the “Lolita Express.”

She also claimed that the massage was given at the behest of former Epstein girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, who was indicted by federal authorities this year for her alleged role in helping to traffick underage girls.

This was not the only time that Clinton flew on Epstein’s plane, as Fox News reported in 2016 that Federal Aviation Administration records show he was a regular passenger, and sometimes ditched his Secret Service detail before coming aboard.

Yet another of Epstein’s alleged victims, Virginia Giuffre, claims that she saw Clinton visit Epstein’s private Caribbean island. Clinton has denied ever visiting the island.

Known officially as Little St. James, the location was nicknamed “Pedophile Island” because of the frequent sex crimes that are said to have taken place there, although Giuffre says that she never personally witnessed Clinton engage in inappropriate behavior there.

Clinton accusations

Bill Clinton has been accused by former nursing home director Juanita Broaddrick of having raped her in a hotel room four decades ago. Broaddrick also contends that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pressured her to keep silent about the attack.

Despite Clinton’s bad publicity, the former president was still asked to give an address at the Democratic National Convention last week.

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