Federal law enforcement officers arrested Jeffery Epstein’s alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, on Thursday morning after federal prosecutors indicted her for participating in Epstein’s underage sex trafficking ring.
Rumors have long swirled that Bill Clinton was involved with Epstein, as he has been photographed with Epstein and Maxwell on numerous occasions.
Epstein died suddenly in his Manhattan jail cell last August before any real answers were elicited from him, and investigators turned their focus on Maxwell, who was by Epstein’s side for several decades.
Prosecutors allege that Maxwell acted as Epstein’s “procurer” of underage girls for Epstein’s illicit activities.
Fox News reported:
In a six-count indictment unsealed after her arrest, prosecutors allege Maxwell enticed minors to travel to Epstein’s multiple residences– including a multi-story apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, his residence in Palm Beach, Fla., his ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and to Maxwell’s house in London– to engage in illegal sex acts.
Prosecutors say that from 1994 to at least 1997 Maxwell — who dated Epstein while the alleged abuses were taking place — “assisted, facilitated, and contributed to Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse of minor girls by, among other things, helping Epstein to recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse victims” whom they knew were under the age of 18.
The indictment stated that some victims were as young as 14 and Maxwell and Epstein “knew that certain victims were in fact under the age of 18.”
Conservative authors Alana Goodman and Daniel Halper recently released a book claiming that Bill Clinton had a years-long affair with Maxwell in the early 2000s. The New York Post reported in May, “[Bill] and Ghislaine were getting it on,” a source who witnessed the relationship said in an interview. “That’s why he was around Epstein—to be with her.”
Maxwell is expected to appear in court on Thursday. Her testimony could be the long-sought-after key to unlocking the truth about Epstein’s misdeeds.