Johanna Sjoberg, a victim of Jeffrey Epstein, alleged that the convicted pedophile informed her that former President Bill Clinton has a preference for young individuals. The document, which was made public on Wednesday evening, includes Sjoberg’s testimony from May 2016, where she discussed her recruitment by Epstein to work as a massage therapist.
“Sjoberg told the lawyers in 2016 that Epstein told her ‘Clinton likes them young, referring to girls,’” noted the Daily Mail.
Clinton has been referenced up to 50 times in the recently disclosed documents. In reply, a representative for the ex-president informed CNN that he had no knowledge of Epstein’s “atrocious offenses” at the time of their encounter, emphasizing that it has been almost two decades since Clinton last interacted with Epstein.
The documents made public on Wednesday, however, stated that Ghislaine Maxwell, a close associate of Epstein, refuted any claims of hosting Bill Clinton on Epstein’s Caribbean island. However, she did confirm that the former president did travel on Epstein’s notorious private plane, also known as the “Lolita Express.”
“The allegation that Clinton had a meal on Jeffrey’s island is 100 percent false,’ Maxwell said in the 2016 deposition. “I’m sure he had a meal on Jeffrey’s plane.”
According to the Daily Mail, Maxwell stated that she was unaware of the exact number of times the former president had traveled on Epstein’s aircraft. Additionally, she had been interrogated regarding her and Epstein’s association with Doug Band, the attorney who provided assistance to Clinton after his presidency.
Band was also with Clinton during some of his encounters with Epstein and was on the infamous 2002 trip to Africa about the pedophile’s private jet where the passengers included Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker.
Photos from the trip show Clinton getting a massage from Chauntae Davies, an Epstein victim who worked as a flight attendant on the jet, nicknamed the ‘Lolita Express’.
Afterwards Clinton called Epstein a ‘highly successful financier and a committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of twenty-first-century science’.
Maxwell declined to disclose whether she had an “amorous” connection with Band, but did acknowledge her acquaintance with him.