According to the deposition records of one of the accusers of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, she stated under oath that Epstein advised her that former President Bill Clinton “likes them young.”
When asked if Epstein had ever discussed the former president with Johanna Sjoberg, she responded, “He said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.”
Business Insider reported that the deposition transcript was made public on Wednesday “s part of a batch of newly unsealed court documents related to the dead pedophile’s sex-trafficking partner Ghislaine Maxwell.”
Testimony from one witness:
Q: "Did Jeffrey ever talk to you about Bill Clinton?"
A: "He said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls."
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 3, 2024
Previous statements have stated that Clinton “regretted” his lengthy association with Epstein, despite the fact that he has never been formally accused of any offenses in connection with the cases against Epstein or Maxwell.
“Numerous times” Epstein is said to have visited the White House during Clinton’s presidency, according to Insider.
As expected, Clinton has refuted any awareness regarding Epstein’s criminal activities.
“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane,” Clinton spokesman Angel Ureña wrote in a 2019 statement to Business Insider. “It’s been nearly 20 years since President Clinton last had contact with Epstein.”
In the same year, Epstein’s body was discovered in his prison cell, beheaded with the neck dangling.
Maxwell is presently incarcerated for a period of twenty years subsequent to his conviction in 2021 for the offenses of trafficking and sexually assaulting girls to Epstein.
Sjoberg’s deposition, portions of which had been previously disclosed, was obtained on May 18, 2016, in connection with a civil litigation initiated by Virginia Giuffre against Maxwell. Giuffre claimed that Maxwell had defamed her by refuting her allegations of being trafficked by her and Epstein.
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That suit was settled for an undisclosed amount in 2017, Business Insider reported.
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