The British-born socialite was a close confidant of Jeffrey Epstein who is infamously known for recruiting underage victims into Epstein’s sex ring.
Anew book out June 2nd titled “A Convenient Death: The Mysterious Demise of Jeffrey Epstein” provides details about Bill Clinton’s relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell, the British-born socialite was a close confidant of Jeffrey Epstein who is infamously known for recruiting underage victims into Epstein’s sex ring.
An exclusive excerpt of the soon to be released book obtained by the New York Post describes the alleged sexual relationship between Clinton and Maxwell. “[Bill] and Ghislaine were getting it on,’ a source who witnessed the relationship said in an interview. ‘That’s why he was around Epstein – to be with her.” The source said “[Clinton’s] stupid but not an idiot” and was not involved sexually with underage children. As for the Clinton-Epstein relationship, “you couldn’t hang out with her without being with him.” Clinton was using Epstein as an alibi to “hook up” with Maxwell, and “used him like everything else” the source said. The New York Post reports “the relationship between Clinton and Maxwell was not confined to these overseas junkets. It continued in New York City, where Clinton on multiple occasions visited Maxwell’s own private townhome at 116 East Sixty-fifth Street, an $11 million pad that runs a touch below seven thousand square feet, much more modest than Epstein’s palatial townhome a few blocks north.” Additionally, the two were unable to keep their relationship under wraps, and “the coziness between the former president and the charming British socialite drew notice in New York social circles” according to the NY Post. “Clinton and Maxwell were spotted dining together at the Madison Avenue Italian mainstay Nello, according to a 2002 New York magazine article, which described Maxwell as a ‘man-eater.”
Maxwell often attended Clinton Global Initiative and Clinton Foundation events. At one of the conferences, ironically dedicated to human trafficking, Maxwell was served papers for a deposition about her participation in Epstein’s sexual crimes. Detailed in journalist Conchita Sarnoff’s book “TrafficKing,” Maxwell “never appeared at the deposition claiming the day prior to her testimony she had to immediately return to England to care for her dying mother” but at the time, “the elder Mrs. Maxwell was not gravely ill.” As a British “subject,” lawyers could not force her to take the deposition.