Former President Bill Clinton was a guest on Jeffrey Epstein’s personal Caribbean island, according to testimony from Epstein’s accuser, who was unveiled on Thursday.
Virginia Giuffre, who also accused Epstein of alleged Mrs. Ghislaine Maxwell of abusing her, in 2011. Lawyers were told that Clinton, along with Maxwell and his “two young girls” from New York, visited Epstein’s private little St. James Island.
She added that Clinton was staying at Epstein’s private residence on the island, where “orgies were a permanent event.”
Giuffre recalled surprised to see the former president on the island.
“I remember asking Jeffrey what Bill Clinton was doing here. He laughed and said he owed me a favor, ”Giuffre said.
“He never told me what they were like. I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke, “she said.
Giuffre said Clinton also flew Epstein’s private plane and pointed out how other famous people, including Clinton’s vice president Al Gore, and models Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum, were at the same time as she was.
“Almost no one will fly on his plane. There was never a set routine for who would come and go. It was an influx of people on Jeffrey̵7;s plane, “Giuffre said.
There were also “orgies” on Epstein’s plane, Giuffre said.
Often, according to Giuffre, she would be on a plane with Epstein and Maxwell when sexual encounters took place.
“It would be sexual behavior, a confrontation, there was a bed, so we could basically recreate what happened in the house,” Giuffre said.
“It would start with a massage or before you start with a pre-game, sometimes to your knowledge it can lead to orgies.”
The information disclosed on Thursday evening was included in the documents submitted in 2015. In a civil defamation case, Maxwell, handed down by a Manhattan judge to Giuffre.