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Bill Clinton 'Didn't Take The Bait' Of Two 'Underaged' Girls, Jeffrey Epstein Docs Claim

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By Afouda Bamidele on January 3, 2024 at 9:32 PM EST
Updated on January 3, 2024 at 9:35 PM EST

Bill Clinton didn't directly participate in Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking escapades despite the allegation he visited the late financier's infamous islands on his private jet, according to a new court document released.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Virginia Giuffre seemingly confirmed the innocence of the former president as the highly-anticipated Epstein list of associates is released.

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Bill Clinton Allegedly Dined With Young Brunettes But Wasn't 'Interested'

Giuffre alleged in the court documents about deposing the former president that she "spent time with President Clinton on the island of Little St. James, US Virgin Islands," and flew with him on a helicopter once.

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United States President Bill Clinton makes remarks as he names Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, Stephen G. Breyer, as Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court to replace the retiring Justice Harry Blackmun in a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC on May 13, 1994.
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"On one occasion, she adds, Epstein did invite two young brunettes to dinner which he gave on his Caribbean island for Mr. Clinton shortly after he left office. But as far as she knows, the ex-President did not take the bait," an article included in the document claimed.

According to Giuffre, she was 17 when she flew to the Caribbean with Epstein while his associate Ghislaine Maxwell went to pick up Clinton in a huge black helicopter that Epstein bought her.

"I used to get frightened flying with her," Giuffre said of her flight experience. "But Bill had the Secret Service with him and I remember him talking about what a good job she did. I only met Bill twice but Jeffrey told me they were good friends."

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The alleged victim of Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking ring then recalled the dinner where Clinton was handed two brunettes. "We all dined together that night. Jeffrey was at the head of the table. Bill was at his left. I sat across from the left of Ghislaine there were two olive-skinned brunettes who’d flown in with us from New York. I’d never met them before. I’d say they were no older than 17, very innocent-looking."

Giuffre noted that the underaged girls weren't there for Epstein or Maxwell because she was "there to have sex with Jeffrey on the trip."

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She continued, "Maybe Jeffrey thought they would entertain Bill, but I saw no evidence that he was interested in them. He and Jeffrey and Ghislaine seemed to have a very good relationship. Bill was very funny. He made me laugh a few times. And he and Jeffrey and Ghislaine told blokey jokes and the brunettes listened politely and giggled."

However, in her unpublished book "The Billionaire Playboys' Club" which was listed as evidence, Giuffre alleged that Clinton visited the island for a second time and got playful with another set of girls.

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"The next big dinner party on the island had another significant guest appearance being the one and only, Bill Clinton," she wrote. " On the left side was Emmy, Ghislaine and I sitting across the table from us was Bill with two lovely girls who were visiting from New York. Bill's wife, Hillary's absence from the night made it easy for his apparent provocative cheeky side to come out."

She continued, "Teasing the girls on either side of him with playful pokes and brassy comments, there was no modesty between any of them. We all finished our meals and scattered in our own different directions."

In a different document — a deposition with Johanna Sjöberg — Sjöberg claimed Epstein told her "Clinton likes them young," referring to girls.

FBI Director & Secret Service Deny Bill Clinton's Presence On Island

Despite Giuffre's alarming claims, Former FBI Director Louis Freeh claimed it was impossible for Clinton to have visited the islands as the Secret Service wouldn’t have allowed him to fly with Maxwell.

"He [Freeh] concluded that President Clinton did not, in fact travel to, nor was he present on, Little St. James Island
between January 1, 2001, and January 1, 2003."

The document further read, "Further, if any Secret Service agents had accompanied Clinton to that location, 'they would have been required to make and file shift logs, travel vouchers, and related documentation relating to the visit,' and there was a 'total absence' of any such documentation."

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Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton at An Evening with the Clintons at the Beacon Theatre

The new information about the extent of Clinton's involvement comes shortly after Mark Epstein claimed his late brother had information about the 2016 Presidential candidates that would have destroyed the elections.

"Here’s a direct quote: ‘If I said what I know about both candidates, they’d have to cancel the election.’ That’s what Jeffrey told me in 2016," Mark told the New York Post.

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