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Unseen Photos Of Bill Clinton Being Massaged By Epstein Rape Victim Emerge

“Would you mind giving it a crack?”

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Never before seen photos have emerged of Bill Clinton receiving a massage from Jeffrey Epstein accuser Chauntae Davies, who was just 22 at the time.

The Daily Mail released the pictures, which will again raise questions over Clinton’s connections with the elite pedophile Epstein.

The photos show a clearly pleased Clinton being treated by Davies after a trip on the infamous “Lolita Express” plane in 2002.

“The images show Clinton dressed in a yellow button-down shirt and beige slacks with his hands resting on his lap, as he leaned back while Davies knelt on a chair behind him for a better angle,” the Mail wrote.

“Clinton, then 56, had complained of having a stiff neck after falling asleep on Epstein’s infamous private jet, nicknamed The Lolita Express, while on a humanitarian trip with the pedophile to Africa in September of 2002,” the report continues.

“[Alleged madam Ghislaine] Maxwell, who is now in prison on sex trafficking charges, repeatedly encouraged Davies to give Clinton a massage while the group was refueling at a small airport in Portugal after flying in from New York,” it adds.

Clinton was said to have asked Davies, “Would you mind giving it a crack?”

When asked about the incident, Davies said “Although the image looks bizarre, President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him,” according to the report.

While Clinton has repeatedly denied knowing anything of Epstein’s sordid activities, Court documents unsealed in the Maxwell case last month revealed that a witness claims to have seen Bill Clinton on Epstein’s so called ‘pedo island’ in the Caribbean along with Epstein, Maxwell and “two young girls”.

The claims in the documents echo those previously made by a former worker on Epstein’s island in a Netflix documentary.

The claims run contrary to denials by Clinton that he ever visited the island, which was reportedly the site of multiple sexual assaults of underage women by the convicted pedophile Epstein and his elite guests.

The allegations were made by Steve Scully, a 70-year-old phone and internet specialist worker who was present on the island of Little Saint James, as part of Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, which features testimony from witnesses and victims of Epstein’s sordid activities.

Scully claims that he saw the Clinton sitting with Epstein in the porch of the island’s villa. Scully did not witness Clinton partaking in any illegal activity, however, and says no other guests were present at the time.

Scully says that he saw other ‘important people’ visiting the island, including Prince Andrew, adding that some would be naked and flanked by topless girls.

“You tell yourself that you didn’t know for sure and you never really saw anything, but that’s all just rationalization,” Scully notes in the program, adding “Jeffrey Epstein, he was a guy who concealed his deviance very well – but he didn’t conceal it that well.”

In January, pictures emerged of Clinton with his arms around Chauntae Davies, who has previously said that she was recruited to be Epstein’s personal masseuse and ‘sex slave’:

Clinton has also been pictured on the steps of Epstein’s private plane, dubbed ‘the Lolita Express’ with Maxwell in 2002:

Flight logs have shown that Clinton made 26 trips on the plane from 2001 to 2003.

Clinton was also pictured with Epstein’s housekeeper Jun-Lyn Fontanilla, and another staff member inside Epstein’s New York house:

In separate legal papers accuser Virginia Giuffre has also placed Clinton on the island, claiming she had dinner with the former president, Epstein, Maxwell and two other women from New York on the island on one occasion.

Giuffre also said that she saw Clinton “strolling into the darkness with two beautiful girls around either arm.”

The same witness, thought to be Giuffre, also said she had overheard Epstein saying that Clinton owed him “favors,” while noting that she couldn’t tell whether he was joking or not:

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Prosecutors Say Prince Andrew ‘Next Target’ After Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced To 20 Years

“Obviously, Andrew is one of the targets they will be looking into. He should definitely be concerned”

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Following the relatively light twenty year sentence Ghislaine Maxwell has received for sex trafficking underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein, prosecutors representing the victims have said that the ‘next target’ should be British Royal Prince Andrew.

The lawyers acting on behalf of those alleging abuse requested that the FBI continue investigating the Epstein case and look harder at Andrew and other individuals accused by the victims.

“Let’s hope they’re the next target,” Attorney Brad Edwards told reporters.

Edwards represented Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who settled a sex abuse civil lawsuit out of court with Andrew, the Duke of York.

Attorney Spencer Kuvin, representative of several other alleged victims of Epstein and Maxwell added “Obviously, Andrew is one of the targets they will be looking into. He should definitely be concerned, but if he did nothing wrong, then come forward and tell the full story to the FBI, not the media.”

Los Angeles lawyer Lisa Bloom, who is representing several other alleged victims said “We call upon the FBI to fully investigate Prince Andrew. Virginia Giuffre’s civil case should be just the beginning. Everyone associated with Epstein and Maxwell should be carefully investigated.”

Bloom previously told reporters that Prince Andrew “should be quaking in his boots.”

As we previously reported, the British public have expressed concerns that the money for Andrew’s pay off to Virginia Roberts Giuffre, which will likely run into the millions, will be siphoned from taxpayers.

The amount that Andrew will pay Giuffre, and a victims’ rights charity of her choice, has not been disclosed, however it is estimated to be in excess of £12 MILLION, and that won’t even include legal fees.

While not admitting any guilt in the case, a statement read in court noted that “Prince Andrew has never intended to malign Ms. Giuffre’s character, and he accepts that she has suffered both as an established victim of abuse and as a result of unfair public attacks.”

The settlement came just days before Andrew would have been made to undergo a deposition, and be questioned under oath by Giuffre’s lawyers, reported the New York Times.

No individuals other than Maxwell and Epstein have yet been named in court throughout the case.

Maxwell will likely serve her sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, a low security 1000-inmate facility about 55 miles from New York City. The prison is said to be like Disneyland compared to the facility Maxwell has resided for the past two years.

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    “Who Is Footing The Bill?”: Prince Andrew Settled With Epstein Accuser And Brits Want To Know If They Are Paying For It

    “This is our money isn’t it?”

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    Prince Andrew has agreed on an out of court settlement with Virginia Giuffre, who accused him of raping her when she was underage after being groomed by Jeffrey Epstein. Now British people want to know where the money for the pay off is coming from, given that it will likely run into the millions.

    The amount that Andrew will pay Giuffre, and a victims’ rights charity of her choice, has not been disclosed, however it is estimated to be in excess of £12 MILLION, and that won’t even include legal fees.

    While not admitting any guilt in the case, a statement read in court noted that “Prince Andrew has never intended to malign Ms. Giuffre’s character, and he accepts that she has suffered both as an established victim of abuse and as a result of unfair public attacks.”

    The settlement comes days before Andrew would have been made to undergo a deposition, and be questioned under oath by Giuffre’s lawyers, reports the New York Times.

    The BBC reports that already questions are being raised as to where the funds will be coming from, noting:

    Although the exact amount of the financial settlement has not been revealed, reports have speculated that it could run into millions of pounds. The duke receives a Royal Navy pension and a stipend from the Queen’s Duchy of Lancaster income.

    Kate Macnab, a lawyer at Reeds Solicitors, said: “It is likely there will be some demands to know where the payment is coming from – public or private purse?”

    And Graham Smith from the anti-monarchy group Republic said taxpayers deserved to know where the money for the settlement was coming from.

    Brits are now asking if this is something else they are going to have to foot the bill for:

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    BBC Forced To Apologise For Interviewing Accused Epstein Attorney About Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial

    Alan Dershowitz, accused of sex trafficking by Epstein victim, claims interview was “entirely appropriate”

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    The BBC has apologised for interviewing Alan Dershowitz, the lawyer who helped Jeffrey Epstein stay out of prison in 2008, and one of the key associates accused of sex trafficking by by Virginia Giuffre, regarding the outcome of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.

    The BBC brought on Dershowitz without properly explaining his intimate connection to Epstein, giving the impression that he was an impartial correspondent.

    The network announced Dershowitz as just a “constitutional lawyer”:

    After public outcry, the BBC was forced to apologise and vowed to “look into how this happened”:

    Remarkably, Dershowitz himself hit back, claiming that it was “entirely appropriate” for the BBC to interview him:

    Dershowitz has denied Giuffre’s claims and sued her for defamation in 2019.

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