Last Updated on August 12, 2019
President Bill Clinton’s name appears a whopping 31 times in the court documents that also reveal the former president traveled to the infamous island owned by Epstein, Little St. James, otherwise known as Pedophile Island.
Newly released court documents that were made public the night before Epstein allegedly committed suicide reference Clinton 31 times, including an excerpt revealing Clinton visited Epstein’s infamous island, often referred to by media as Pedophile Island.
The references to Clinton range from court transcripts to publicly available articles, all aimed at connecting the former president to Epstein.
The document, over 2,000 pages in total, offers a particularly intriguing glance into Clinton’s visit to the island on page 1,137. In the document, Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged procurer and accomplice of Epstein, attempts to rebuke the account of Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who sued Maxwell for defamation in 2015. The lawsuit was settled in Giuffre’s favor.
Maxwell at one point slammed her fists on the table, exclaiming that Guiffre was lying about Clinton being at the island.
“Again, Virginia is absolutely totally lying,” Maxwell exclaimed. “This is a subject of defamation about Virginia and the lies she has told and one of the lies she told was that President Clinton was on the island where I was present. Absolutely 1,000% that is a flat out total fabrication and lie.”
Maxwell did, however, admit to flying on The Lolita Express in the presence of Epstein and Clinton.
Little St. James has become a point of major intrigue since the recent arrest of Epstein, and is only continuing to raise questions in the days following the convicted sex offender’s suicide.
Drone footage captured following Epstein’s arrest reveals what appears to be a temple bearing a statue of an owl. Some say there appears to be a path leading to a chasm underneath the temple, leading some to speculate about possible recording that happened on the island.
This is particularly concerning considering remarks made by Roberts, who claimed the primary objective of Epstein’s escapades was to gather blackmail on elite politicians, business leaders, and members of British Royalty for the purpose of exercising control.
Virginia Roberts, an alleged child victim of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking scheme, claimed that he ran his operation for the purposes of blackmailing his elite clientele.
“There were times when I was physically abused to the point that I remember fearfully thinking that I didn’t know whether I was going to survive,” she said.
Roberts, who claimed she was forced to have a sexual encounter with Prince Andrew of Great Britain when she was only 17, told a court that Epstein taped her having sex with powerful individuals, and she believes that federal authorities have the footage.
It remains to be seen if more individuals will face legal repercussions for alleged activity on the island following Epstein’s death, as prosecutors may now feel comfortable using private information obtained during searches of Epstein’s home that previously could have created legal challenges.