Bill Clinton is denying that he ever visited Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean estate after newly released court documents claim the former president and “two young girls” were guests of the late sex predator in the early-2000s.
Angel Urena, a spokesperson for the ex-commander-in-chief, pushed back on the court documents Friday, asserting on social media that Clinton “has never been to the island” in the Caribbean where Epstein built his estate.
The response came after a federal court judge on Thursday unsealed thousands of documents pertaining to Epstein and his one-time girlfriend and alleged co-conspirator, Ghislaine Maxwell. The documents were part of a defamation lawsuit brought against Maxwell by Virginia Roberts Guiffre, one of Epstein’s most high-profile victims.
One of those documents, in particular, was a 2011 deposition Guiffre gave in which she claimed that Clinton was a guest at Epstein’s private estate in the U.S. Virgin Islands shortly after leaving the White House. Guiffre, who was