Documents from Jeffery Epstein victim Virginia Guiffre’s 2015 testimony in a civil defamation lawsuit have been unsealed, and they reveal shocking new evidence that puts former President Bill Clinton back in the hot seat.
According to the documents unsealed on Thursday, Clinton stayed in Epstein’s villa at his infamous “Pedophile Island,” contrary to previous claims that Clinton had never been to any of Epstein’s many residences aside from one appearance at Epstein’s Manhattan apartment.
Guiffre told lawyers that Clinton had come to Epstein’s island with “two young girls” from New York, though further details about Clinton’s doings on the island were not divulged.
Fox News reported:
Jack Scarola, one of Giuffre’s lawyers, asked her if she had any recollection of Epstein telling her that Bill Clinton owed him “favors.”
“Yes I do,” she responded, according to the documents. “It was a laugh, though. He would laugh it off. You know, I remember asking Jeffrey [a] ‘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.”
The lawyer asked her to clarify what she was referring to when she mentioned Clinton, and she said the former president was on the island. She said Maxwell was also there, as well as a person named “Emmy” and two young girls.
“And were all of you staying at Jeffrey’s house on the island, including Bill Clinton?” Scarola asked.
“That’s correct,” she responded. “He had about four or five different villas on his island separate from the main house, and we stayed in the villas.”
Clinton has denied any knowledge of Epstein’s wrongdoing, releasing a statement last year admitting that he had flown on Epstein’s private plane — the “Lolita Express” — but that “he has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida.”
According to a 2016 Fox News report, Clinton flew on Epstein’s plane at least two dozen times in the early 2000s — at times without his Secret Service detail.