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Billionaire Sex Offender & Prince Andrew’s Pimp Had Bill Clinton’s Number on Speed Dial

January 6, 2015  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
Billionaire Sex Offender & Prince Andrew’s Pimp Had Bill Clinton’s Number on Speed Dial

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The billionaire sex fiend accused of pimping out a teenage girl to Prince Andrew apparently had former President Bill Clinton on speed dial — 21 of them, court documents show.

According to the New York Post, lawyers stumbled upon e-mail addresses and 21 phone numbers for Clinton and his personal aide, Doug Band, stored in Jeffrey Epstein’s electronic directory, according to court documents.

The billionaire sex felon has been the center of a firestorm after a federal lawsuit filed in Florida by Virginia Roberts, who is alleging he kept her as a teen “sex slave” and rewarded her with a $15,000 bonus to have sex with the Prince.

Image courtesy of mirror.co.uk

Image courtesy of mirror.co.uk

Prince Andrew is fifth in line to the succession to the crown and remained friends with Epstein even after he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for soliciting a minor for prostitution in 2008.

However,  Clinton cut ties with Epstein in 2005,  the year the financier was first arrested for receiving an “erotic massage” from a minor, according to the 2011 court records, related to a suit brought by women who claimed the businessman abused them.

Prior to his arrest, Clinton was a frequent flier on Epstein’s private jet.

“The documents clearly show that Clinton flew with Epstein and then suddenly stopped, raising the suspicion that the friendship abruptly ended, perhaps because of events related to Epstein’s sexual abuse of children,” the documents state.

Clinton was friends with Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of Robert Maxwell, who has been named in the lawsuit, which Robert’s claims she “acted as a madam” for Epstein.

Maxwell attended Chelsea Clinton’s wedding in 2010, according to the 2011 court documents, which are part of a civil lawsuit involving Epstein and two lawyers who represented some of his underage victims.

The lawyers were considering subpoenaing Clinton since he “might well be a source of relevant information” however he was never deposed.

In England more fallout continued over Prince Andrew’s alleged involvement in the scandal. The Prince has maintained a low profile, staying within the confines within his Windsor mansion. The Prince is believed to have made a gut wrenching phone call to his mum, Queen Elizabeth, to discuss the allegations, the Daily Mail reported.

Roberts, who is now a 30-year-old mom of three, is alleging that she was forced into a sexual tryst with the Duke of York on three occasions, when she was just 17.

On Monday, news emerged that three of Epstein’s employees were questioned about Prince Andrew’s involvement in connection with sexual activities with minors in 2010, however, all who were questioned invoked the Fifth Amendment, the Guardian reported.

Buckingham Palace has fiercely denied the allegations, and Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, called him “the greatest man there is” outside the couple’s Swiss Alps ski chalet.

“It was the finest moment of my life in 1986 when I married him,” she told reporters. “He is a great man, the best man in the world.”

The former Duchess of York once took $24,000 from Epstein to pay off debts to an assistant — later admitting it was “a gigantic error of judgment.”


From the New York Post

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