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Newly obtained visitor logs show Jeffrey Epstein brought eight young women on his 17 visits to the white house to see Bill Clinton (photos)

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Newly obtained visitor logs have revealed that late pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein brought along eight women when he visited the Clinton White House between 1993 and 1995. Records from flight logs on his private jet and the White house obtained by the Daily Mail show he brought his girlfriends Celina Midelfart, Eva Andersson, Francis Jardine, and Ghislaine Maxwell and four other women Jennifer Garrison; Shelley Gafni; Jennifer Driver, Lyoubov Orlova. Although his relationship with the last four women is unclear. Ghislaine Maxwell's high-profile trial in New York heard claims that Epstein was seeing Midelfart, now 48, a Norwegian heiress in the mid 1990s. Andersson, 61, a physician and former Miss Sweden, was also a witness in the sex trafficking trial where she confirmed she dated Epstein in the 80s and 90s.  Never-before-seen photos also reveal the disgraced financier kept pictures of himself at the White House Briefing Room podium at his Palm Beach, Florida mansion. The records show Jeffrey Epstein visited the Clinton White House 17 times throughout the former president's first few years in office.  Many of the women Epstein took on his trips to Washington had romantic relationships with him. Maxwell, now 60, was found guilty in December 2021 of recruiting and trafficking underage girls for Epstein between 1994 and 1997, and is currently awaiting sentencing behind bars.  The post Newly obtained visitor logs show Jeffrey Epstein brought eight young women on his 17 visits to the white house to see Bill Clinton (photos) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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