Donald Trump and Bill Clinton never had sex with Jeffrey Epstein's girls, says former sex slave in court docs
The first batch of unsealed court documents in the case Virginia Roberts filed against Ghislaine Maxwell was made public on August 9.
US President Donald Trump or Bill Clinton did not have sex with any of Jeffrey Epstein's cult members - sex slaves - revealed the unsealed court documents in the case Virginia Roberts, an abuse victim, filed against Ghislaine Maxwell.
The court documents were made public on August 9 morning, just minutes after the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the decision to make over 2,000 pages of court filings public. The documents that were made public revealed in detail the three-year period during which time Roberts claimed that she was one of Epstein and Maxwell's sex slaves.
While Roberts did reveal that she was "forced to have sex with numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, and a well-known Prime Minister." She also made it clear that these members did not include Bill Clinton and Donald Trump in an unsealed deposition.
According to a report in Daily Mail, Roberts said in a 2016 deposition that Trump "didn't partake in any sex with us... and never flirted with me." She further said that despite Epstein claiming that he was friends with Trump, she hadn't seen him even once at the Palm Beach mansion, but she confirmed, "Donald Trump was also a good friend of Jeffrey's." Upon further questioning why she thought the two were friends, she said that she had come to the conclusion based on Epstein's claims.
Before Roberts was trafficked by Epstein's cult, she worked for Trump at Mar-a-Lago, which was where she was recruited by Maxwell. Roberts also said that the other famous friends of Epstein's that she had met included Heidi Klum and Naomi Campbell.
The deposition also includes details about how Roberts was trained by Epstein and Maxwell in the beginning over a period of four to six months. It was after this period that Epstein had begun to traffic her to his friends. When she turned 18, she was considered too old for paedophiles and so was sent to Thailand for a masseuse course. She was expected to bring back an underage girl with her who could continue to work for Epstein. It was here that Roberts met her now-husband and things changed for her. She escaped and began a life in Australia with her husband while continuing to wage a fight against human trafficking.
A suit filed by Roberts clarifies how she came to speak out about her ordeal. The suit said, "In 2011, two FBI agents located Giuffre (Roberts) in Australia— where she had been hiding from Epstein and Maxwell for several years — and arranged to meet with her at the U.S. Consulate in Sidney. Giuffre provided truthful and accurate information to the FBI about Epstein and Maxwell’s sexual abuse."
It was Roberts who helped the FBI reopen the investigation into Epstein after she provided proof in the form of photographs that were taken with him. She wrote of one photograph, "Epstein took me on a ferry boat on one of the trips to New York City and there he took the picture above. I was approximately 15 or 16 years old at the time."
Speaking of her training, she wrote, "Over the next few weeks, Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell trained me to do what they wanted, including sexual activities and the use of sexual toys. The training was in New York and Florida, at Epstein's mansions. It was basically every day and was like going to school. I also had to have sex with Epstein many times."
Roberts and another underage victim are suing the government for the plea deal they offered Epstein and for failing to provide the plaintiff and other victims concrete reason. While Roberts did get a letter from the FBI regarding the plea deal, it was long after the same was discussed and signed. This letter has been submitted as an exhibit to show how she was sent the letter only in September, months after Epstein had signed the deal in June.