Former President Bill Clinton was listed in recently revealed court documents pertaining to a civil case involving the sexual offenses perpetrated by pedophile tycoon Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Clinton’s name is mentioned multiple times in the extensive collection of documents that were made public on Wednesday.
During a deposition, Johanna Sjoberg, who claims to be a victim of Epstein, said that Epstein had discussed Clinton with her.
Court records have her saying, “He said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.”
According to the website The Messenger, “A Clinton Foundation spokesperson referred The Messenger to a 2019 statement that said the former president “knew nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to… or those with which he has recently been charged. Clinton also said he had not spoken with Epstein in “well over a decade.””
Statement on Jeffrey Epstein. pic.twitter.com/98ha9YYd1l
— Angel Ureña (@angelurena) July 8, 2019
The new court records that name Clinton were unsealed in a since-settled civil suit brought against Maxwell by longtime accuser Virginia Giuffre.
More than 150 people were named in the documents — including Epstein’s former associates and journalists who covered the story.
Clinton has long been tied to Epstein and was reportedly photographed receiving a massage from one of the sex offender’s victims while on a humanitarian trip to Africa in September 2002.
Flight logs entered into evidence by prosecutors at Maxwell’s criminal trial in 2021 also showed the former president flew on Epstein’s private jets — including his luxury Boeing 727 dubbed the “Lolita Express” — at least nine separate times.
They were made public after the Miami Herald newspaper filed motions in the suit in 2018 to unseal a trance of court records, which was granted by a federal appeals court.
According to recently revealed records from the lawsuit in 2020, Giuffre claimed that Clinton had visited Epstein’s exclusive Caribbean island, which is referred to as “Little Saint James,” in 2011.
While being deposed, Giuffre did not make any accusations of misconduct against Clinton.
The report on The Message continued:
In the defamation litigation, Maxwell contended that Clinton never visited the island — and used Giuffre’s allegation that he had to paint her as a liar.
The suit settled in 2017 for an undisclosed amount.
Clinton has also denied ever setting foot on the island.
Maxwell was convicted in 2021 of five counts including sex trafficking minors and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Epstein died in a Lower Manhattan jail cell in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. His death was later ruled a suicide by the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office.
On Tuesday, a video remerged featuring attorney Bradley Edwards addressing Donald Trump’s demeanor and behavior towards the deceased sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein after Epstein’s initial arrest.
From 2009, Edwards has served as legal counsel for over 70 individuals who were victimized by Jeffrey Epstein. He is widely acknowledged for his significant role in facilitating the prosecution and conviction of Epstein. The video went viral on Tuesday. It was published by the Conscious Resistance Network in 2018. In it, Edwards expressed his viewpoint to the website’s founder Derrick Broze regarding Trump’s role in the issue.
Broze referenced a lawsuit filed against Trump by two previous purported victims of Epstein, which was dismissed before to going to trial. Broze then inquired about Edwards’ perspective on the credibility of these allegations.
“The only thing that I can say about President Trump is that he is the only person who in 2009, when I served a lot of subpoenas against a lot of people … he is the only person that picked up the phone and said, ‘let’s just talk, I’ll give ya as much time as you want, I’ll tell ya what you need to know,’” Bradley elucidated.
“And [Trump] was very helpful in the information that he gave, and gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever,” Bradley added. “But [he] had good information, that checked out, and that helped us, and that we didn’t have to take a deposition of him.”
Broze inquired on the veracity of the assertions that Trump expelled Epstein from Mar-a-Lago. Bradley confirmed that he had “definitely heard that.”
Trump had said in the past that he experienced a “falling out” in his relationship with Epstein approximately 15 years ago, but he did not provide any further details. Subsequent accounts, including some mentioning Bradley, claimed that Trump expelled Epstein from Mar-A-Lago and imposed a lifetime ban on him from the establishment due to Epstein hitting on “an underage girl at the club.”
This is Attorney Bradley Edwards.
He represented 70 trafficking victims of Jeffrey Epstein starting in 2009 & was instrumental in bringing him down.
He dedicated a decade of his life to the Epstein trafficking case.
This is what he said when asked about Trump's involvement… pic.twitter.com/asAUx1dFgO
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) January 2, 2024
The release of the Jeffrey Epstein list was scheduled for Tuesday. Nevertheless, the court has allegedly postponed the complete disclosure. The court’s disclosure of the materials was made publicly available.