Clinton Was on Epstein's 'Pedophile Island' with '2 Young Girls,' Bombshell Docs Show
Newly unsealed documents in Ghislaine Maxwell case reveal witness statements
Former President Bill Clinton visited Jeffrey Epstein's notorious "Pedophile Island" with "two young girls," newly unsealed bombshell court documents claim.
The information was revealed in a witness testimony after a trove of historic Ghislaine Maxwell court documents was released by a New York court late on Thursday night.
In the documents, deceased child sex trafficker Epstein's victim, Virginia Roberts, now Giuffre, specifically identifies the former US president, by name.
She says she saw Clinton while he was visiting Epstein on his infamous private Caribbean Island, adding that he was there with two unidentified "young girls."
While she was questioned under oath by lawyer Jack Scarola, Roberts was asked: "Do you have any recollection of Jeffrey Epstein specifically telling you that 'Bill Clinton owes me favors?'"
"Yes, I do," she responded.
"It was a laugh though," Roberts continued in her testimony.
"He would laugh it off.
"You know, I remember asking Jeffrey what's Bill Clinton doing here [on Epstein's island] kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me favors."
"He never told me what favors they were.
"I never knew," Roberts continued.
"I didn't know if he was serious. It was just a joke...
"He told me a long time ago that everyone owes him favors.
"They're all in each other's pockets."
Bill Clinton has previously denied ever visiting the island.
There is, so far, no evidence to suggest Clinton is in any way linked to the underage sex investigation.
Scarola also asked Roberts: "Were sexual orgies a regular occurrence on the island at Jeffrey's house?"
"Yes," she responded.
The lawyer then asks if she was ever present with Epstein and Clinton on the "Pedophile Island."
"Ghislaine, Emmy [another girl who was allegedly a regular at Epstein's house], and there was 2 young girls that I could identify," Roberts answered.
"I never really knew them well anyways. It was just 2 girls from New York."
The lawyer then asks her to clarify what she was referring to when she mentioned Clinton.
She confirms that she saw the former president 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.”
Witness interview:— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) July 31, 2020
Bill Clinton was at Epstein's island with Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and "2 young girls." pic.twitter.com/NG8PbaZLNt
Emails between Epstein and Maxwell:— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) July 31, 2020
Epstein instructs Maxwell on how to deny allegations.
Epstein tells Maxwell:
She had "done nothing wrong."
"Go to parties. Deal with it." pic.twitter.com/vnAK2Y56ze
Roberts said sex orgies were a common occurrence there.
In previous interviews, she has said she never saw Clinton behave inappropriately.
A Netflix documentary titled, “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich,” includes an island tech worker's account of once seeing Clinton at the villa -- though only with Epstein.
Angel Urena, a spokeswoman for Clinton, told the New York Post at the time that, “This was a lie the first time it was told, and it isn’t true today, no matter how many times it’s repeated."
Last year, Clinton's office issued a statement saying the former president had traveled aboard Epstein's private plane and briefly visited Epstein's New York City apartment -- but was always in the company of staff and Secret Service agents.
Clinton also claimed to have had no knowledge of Epstein having pleaded guilty to sex crimes years ago in Florida.
At the 2011 meeting, Scarola continued to list names and asked Roberts if she believed any could have information about Epstein raping underage girls.
Roberts said she believed that Les Wexner, the billionaire behind Victoria’s Secret, may have relevant information but she did not think that he would be honest.
She said she believed Alan Dershowitz, the retired Harvard law professor, also had information.
When reached by Fox News early Friday, Dershowitz denied any wrongdoing and claimed Roberts had "made up" her claim of having met him.
"The time has come to investigate Guiffre’s [Roberts'] credibility," Dershowitz wrote.
"She swears she saw Al and Tipper Gore on Epstein’s island.
"They didn’t even know Epstein. She made up the whole story.
"In her manuscript, she admits she never met me.
"Says she saw me once — untrue.
"Says she had sex with George Mitchell and Leslie Wexner.
"Her lawyer denied it. She is a serial liar."
Wexner, 81, declined repeated requests for a recent report in the New York Times.
The paper pointed out a letter to L Brands employees where he said he was “NEVER aware of the illegal activity charged in the indictment.”
Roberts told the lawyers she met Epstein while working in Florida when she was just 15.
She said Maxwell asked her to visit Epstein at his Palm Beach mansion to learn how she could make extra money by giving him massages.
Roberts said she saw it as a great opportunity to make some extra money and her dad dropped her off.
She says her father also thought that Maxwell came off like a “proper English lady.”
Maxwell faces six counts of sex trafficking involving minors between 1994 and 1997.
She has pleaded not guilty and the trial has been scheduled to begin in July 2021.
Laura Menninger, her attorney, called the indictment “meritless.”
The Epstein case has been a source of public intrigue -- particularly since last August, when the wealthy financier was found hanging inside the high-security Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City and later declared dead.
He had been awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges involving underage girls.
The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the death a suicide by hanging, but there has been widespread speculation that the financier was murdered.
CBS's “60 Minutes,” for example, ran a 14-minute segment titled, “Did Jeffery Epstein Kill Himself?”
After Epstein's death, the focus on the case immediately shifted to Maxwell, 58, Epstein’s former girlfriend and accused madam.
She was arrested on July 2 at her idyllic home in Bradford, N.H.
She is the daughter of Robert Maxwell, the late British media magnate who once owned the New York Daily News.
The elder Maxwell died in 1991, reportedly amid financial difficulties, after falling off his yacht, the Lady Ghislaine, near the Canary Islands.
Ghislaine Maxwell is now seen in dozens of photos alongside Epstein at celebrity-packed events and is widely suspected to know many of Epstein’s secrets.
The trove of documents released late Thursday seems to show she kept in touch with Epstein longer than was previously believed.
She claimed at a bail hearing that she hadn't been in contact with Epstein for more than a decade.
But Epstein emailed her what seems to be a statement in January 2015, which was apparently prepared for her to use when asked about their relationship, according to the documents.
“Since JE was charged in 2007 for solicitation of a prostitute I have been the target of outright lies, innuendo, slander, defamation and salacious gossip and harassment,” the email read.
The statement goes on to say stories about Maxwell have been wholly inaccurate, including “false allegations of impropriety and offensive behavior that I abhor and have never been a party to.”
Responding to a Maxwell email a few days later, Epstein wrote: “You have done nothing wrong and I (would) urge you to start acting like it.”
He suggested she go outside and hold her head high, “not as an (escaping) convict.”