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Bill Clinton Allegedly Threatened Vanity Fair For Writing Sex Trafficking Pieces On ‘Good Friend’ Jeffrey Epstein

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Newly released documents claim that former President Bill Clinton allegedly threatened Vanity Fair magazine to stop them from reporting on his association with Jeffrey Epstein.

The documents, which include an email from Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, allege that Clinton walked into the magazine’s office and demanded they not write sex-trafficking articles about Epstein.

“When i was doing some research into VF yesterday, it does concern me what they could want to write about me considering that B.Clinton walked into VF and threatened them not to write sex-trafficing articles about his good friend J.E,” wrote Giuffre. (Trending: Hollywood A-Listers Revealed In Epstein Court Documents)

“Should I be asking what is this story their writing pertaining to?” she continued.

Former Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter has denied the claims, and questions have been raised about the magazine’s handling of allegations against Epstein in 2003.

“This categorically did not happen,” said Carter.

Meanwhile, a spokesman for Clinton did not comment on the latest release, but previously stated that the ex-president was unaware of Epstein’s crimes and denied claims made by Giuffre.

Additionally, Clinton was named approximately 50 times in recently released court documents, with one accuser stating that “Clinton likes them young, the girls.”

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