Bill Clinton: New pics show Epstein victim Chauntae Davies massaging ex-POTUS as he leaned back and smiled

While Clinton was on a trip with Epstein to Africa in September of 2002, he complained of having a stiff neck after falling asleep on the plane

                            Bill Clinton: New pics show Epstein victim Chauntae Davies massaging ex-POTUS as he leaned back and smiled
Chauntae Davies, Bill Clinton (Getty Images)

Former President Bill Clinton was seen enjoying a relaxing massage from a victim of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in never-before-seen pictures obtained by the Daily Mail. The masseuse, seen in the pictures is Chauntae Davies, who was the 22-year-old personal massage therapist of Epstein. Davies was seen rubbing Clinton's neck as he leaned back on a chair after a trip on the billionaire's infamous private jet (nicknamed The Lolita Express), seemingly enjoying it with a smile on his face. Clinton was dressed in a yellow button-down shirt and beige slacks with his hands resting on his lap and Davies knelt on a chair behind him for a better angle.

The backstory to the photos, according to the outlet, was that Clinton was on a humanitarian trip with the pedophile to Africa in September of 2002. He complained of having a stiff neck after falling asleep on the plane. While the group was refueling at a small airport in Portugal after flying from New York, Epstein's former lover Ghislaine Maxwell is said to have encouraged Davies to give Clinton a massage. After Maxwell's request, Clinton reportedly asked Davies, ''Would you mind giving it a crack?''

You can see the pictures here.

Davies, presently in her 40s, who has previously claimed she was raped by Epstein several times after being recruited by Maxwell, has also opened up about the pictures. She said that she was invited to travel to Africa one week before the departure and during the trip, she was instructed to wear a uniform to look professional. She acted as a stewardess on the flight and was shocked to see Clinton board the aircraft. Davies described him as being a "complete gentleman'' and "charming and sweet" on the trip.

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''Although the image looks bizarre, President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him... ex-president was complaining of stiffness from falling asleep in his chair," she said. ''Ghislaine chimed in to be funny and said that I could give him a massage. Everyone had a little chuckle but Ghislaine in her prim British accent insisted and said I was good. The president then asked me 'would you mind giving it a crack?' He turned his back to me and I reached up and I started to rub out the kink in our former president's neck and shoulder.''

Davies then said that she was embarrassed after asking Clinton, "I've got a bad angle, would you mind getting on your knees?" She added of the incident, "I'm not at all sure what came over me." In her upcoming memoir, Davies writes, "I was groggy and have also always been the queen of putting my foot in my mouth. For a moment the room fell silent. I couldn't believe I'd said that. The words just shot out before I realized what I was saying or who I said it to. Then, although his face had turned the color of fire, he laughed. The whole room was laughing too. And, being the good sport he was, he sat down so I could get a better angle."

In other pictures, Clinton and Ghislaine were pictured posing together as they boarded Epstein's plane and the ex-POTUS was seen playing cards with a cigar in his mouth while on the flight. Clinton's office has previously issued a statement regarding his travels on the plane. It denied knowledge of the crimes committed by the pedophile. Epstein has been accused of using his private plane to transport underage girls to his various luxury properties in New York, Palm Beach, New Mexico and Paris.

The pictures were released by the outlet as Clinton is set to make an appearance in support of Joe Biden at the Democratic convention on Tuesday, August 18.

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