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Chelsea Clinton's Wedding Photos Dragged Into Evidence In Jeffrey Epstein Case

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By Afouda Bamidele on January 4, 2024 at 8:39 PM EST
Updated on January 4, 2024 at 9:49 PM EST

More documents have been released from Jeffrey Epstein's infamous sex trafficking case and there is a mention of Chelsea Clinton, thanks to her father, Bill Clinton.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a second list from victim Virginia Giuffre revealed that Chelsea's wedding photos were presented as evidence in the case.

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Chelsea Clinton's Wedding Photos Served As Evidence In Jeffrey Epstein Case

The latest released document contains a list of people and items that the victim Giuffre believed to have important information about Epstein's trafficking ring. As part of the relevant documents, photos from Chelsea's wedding to Marc Mezvinsky in 2010 were introduced as evidence.

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It was listed as "All photos of Ghislane Maxwell at Chelsea Clinton's wedding." There were also documents demonstrating the relationship between Bill, Epstein, and Maxwell. Clinton and her longtime beau Marc Mezvinsky tied the knot on July 31, 2010, at Rhinebeck, N.Y.

Bill of course walked his only child down the aisle and Maxwell was present at the wedding as a guest. There is a viral photo of her poking her head out as Bill and Chelsea walk down the aisle.

Former President Donald Trump was also indirectly implicated as "all staff and employees at the Mar-a-Lago Club during 1999-2002" were among people who Giuffre believed had important information about the case. It is believed the victim met people associated with the case at the location.

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Another controversial piece of information about the 42nd President of the United States included in the document claims that Bill threatened Vanity Fair about publishing an article on Epstein's sex trafficking scandal.

In an email exchange between Giuffre and a journalist (Sharon Churcher) about possibly selling items to Vanity Fair, the victim claimed she was skeptical because of the former Head of State's influence.

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"It must be carefully written and not give any notions about the upcoming book or any new info," she wrote.

Adding, "When I was doing some research into VF yesterday, it does concern me that they would want to write about me considering B. Clinton walked into VF and threatened them not to write sex-trafficking articles about his good friend J.E."

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Bill Clinton Didn't Take Bait Of Two Young Brunettes

In earlier unsealed documents, Giuffre attested to the fact that she didn't witness the former president perform any sexual activity with any underaged girl during his visits to Epstein's Islands.

The victim confessed she "spent time with President Clinton on the island of Little St. James, US Virgin Islands" and accompanied him on a helicopter ride that was flown by Ghislaine Maxwell.

"We all dined together that night. Jeffrey was at the head of the table. Bill was at his left. I sat across from him…at 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," she recalled of a dinner interaction with the former Head of State.

Giuffre noted that the underaged girls weren’t there for Epstein or Maxwell. "Maybe Jeffrey thought they would entertain Bill, but I saw no evidence that he was interested in them," Giuffre revealed. "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."

She recounted another encounter with Bill during a second dinner date. In her words, "The next big dinner party on the island had another significant guest appearance being the one and only, Bill Clinton. 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."

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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.

Giuffre added, "Bill’s wife, Hillary's absence from the night made it easy for his apparent provocative cheeky side to come out. 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."

Despite Giuffre's claims about the extent of Bill's involvement, a document of a deposition with Johanna Sjöberg revealed that Epstein told her "Clinton likes them young," referring to girls.

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