Former President Bill Clinton was invited to Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island, according to a testimony from an Epstein prosecutor who was sealed Thursday.
Virginia Giuffre, who has also accused Epstein’s alleged mistress Ghislaine Maxwell of abusing her, told lawyers in 2011 that Clinton visited the small St. James Island of Epstein with Maxwell, herself and “two young girls. “from New York.
She added that Clinton stayed at Epstein’s private residence on the island, where “orgies were a constant thing that took place.”
Giuffre recalled being surprised to see the former president on the island.
“I remember I asked Jeffrey what Bill Clinton is doing here, and he laughed and said he owes me a favor,” Giuffre said.
“He never told me what the favors were. I never knew. I didn̵7;t know if it was serious. It was just a joke,” he said.
Giuffre said Clinton was also traveling on Epstein’s private jet and noted how other celebrities, such as Clinton’s vice president Al Gore, and models Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum were on board for a while.
“Approximately someone would fly on his plane. There was never a set routine that would come and go. It was an influx of people on Jeffrey’s plane, ”Giuffre said.
Giuffre said there were also “orgies” on Epstein’s plane.
Frequently, Giuffre said, she would go on the plane with Epstein and Maxwell when sexual encounters occurred.
“There would be sexual behavior, there would be a blueprint, there would be a bed, so we could re-play exactly what was going on in the house,” Giuffre said.
“It would start with massages or we would start with the first job, sometimes it would cause orgies, you know.”
Details revealed Thursday night were included in documents from a 2015 civil defamation lawsuit against Maxwell by Giuffre ordered released by a Manhattan judge last week.