Bill Clinton’s Name Appeared 50 Times In Epstein Documents

Former President Bill Clinton is one of the “John Does,” referenced 50 times in previously redacted court documents, in a Manhattan federal case involving the late notorious human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, according to a Sunday ABC News report.

“The Manhattan federal judge ruled that there was no justification to continue to have documents sealed in a settled case involving an Epstein accuser,” Fox News’ Jessica Hoff said Monday. “The documents are expected to be unredacted and released as early as tomorrow, and among those named, former President Bill Clinton, that’s according to ABC News.”

In December, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ordered the unsealing of court records from the Epstein case beginning after Jan. 1, 2024. Judge Preska ruled that there was no longer any legal reason to keep the names of the former president and 150 other “John” and “Jane Does” sealed. The ABC News report said several prominent names will likely surface.

In addition to Democrat President Bill Clinton, ABC News reported that the name of Prince Andrew of the British Royal Family in the United Kingdom will also appear in the unredacted court documents. While Virginia Giuffre, who brought the civil lawsuit against Epstein in 2015, did not accuse Clinton of any wrongdoing, she did make allegations against Prince Andrew.

The British prince has denied any wrongdoing connected to the case, but reportedly settled a cash remuneration with Giuffre out of court. Bill Clinton will reportedly not be implicated in any crimes by the court documents. But early reports state that the legal team representing Giuffre made multiple attempts to get Clinton to testify against the late Epstein.

Although Clinton did fly with Jeffrey Epstein on his jet that he allegedly used to commit his notorious crimes, the ex-president denies having any criminal connection to the deviant financier. He also denies ever visiting the private Caribbean island belonging to Epstein, where his notorious global crime ring allegedly committed vile crimes.

Since last year, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has been working to get flight logs from the Epstein plane published. She claimed in December that Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) is blocking her efforts in the U.S. Senate to subpoena those records.