Disgraced former president Bill Clinton, a serial philanderer and suspected pervert, has somehow managed to avoid being thoroughly canceled by the bitter scolds who run the Democratic Party and their allies in the U.S. media. He is scheduled to address the virtual Democratic convention on Tuesday.
Bad timing, then, for new photos to emerge of "Slick Willy" getting rubbed down by one of Jeffrey Epstein's victims at a small airport in Portugal while the billionaire pedophile's private plane, known as The Lolita Express, was refueling.
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The photos, obtained by the Daily Mail, show the former president relaxing as Chauntae Davies, who was 22 at the time and serving as Epstein's personal massage therapist, rubbed his neck and shoulders. They were taken during a now notorious "humanitarian" jaunt to Africa in 2002 aboard Epstein's private plane. Clinton, who was 56 at the time, was joined by other celebs including actors Chris Tucker and Kevin Spacey.
According to Davies, she was repeatedly urged by Ghislaine Maxwell, the pedophile's alleged madam who is currently awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, to work out a "kink" in Clinton's neck by giving him a massage. Clinton himself eventually asked the young abuse victim: "Would you mind giving it a crack?" That's when the never-before-published photos were taken.
Epstein was accused of using his private plane to traffic sex slaves around the world. Clinton has repeatedly denied knowing about Epstein's prolific pedophilia and has denied ever setting foot on "Pedophile Island," the billionaire's private complex in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Some of Epstein's victims, however, have testified to seeing the former president on the island.
Bill and his wife, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary in October. Congrats!
EXCLUSIVE: 'Would you mind giving it a crack?' Clinton leans back and smiles while receiving neck massage from Epstein victim https://t.co/wtWwgLa2CX
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