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Bill Clinton’s Security Under Scrutiny: Accused of Tipping Off Raid in Epstein Documents

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Newly unreleased documents related to Jeffrey Epstein reveal testimony from a former model, Adriana Ross, who was asked about Bill Clinton’s security advisor and whether they tipped off Epstein about a raid.

Another set of documents from a 2015 defamation case between Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell mentioned Bill Clinton, with Virginia Giuffre stating she spent time with him on Little St. James island.

Despite Clinton’s name appearing in these documents, there is no evidence of wrongdoing on his part. (Trending: Joe Biden Caught In Another Major Lie About J6)

According to court documents, Ross was asked, “That’s somebody else that was affiliated with Bill Clinton at one point in time, correct?”

Ross replied, “I refuse to answer.”

The attorney asked Ross, “He called the house within three weeks of the search warrant being executed. Did he tip off Jeffrey Epstein?”

“I refuse to answer,” repeated Ross.

Giuffree testified that she, “spent time with President Clinton on the island of Little St. James, US Virgin Islands.”

“On one occasion, she adds, Epstein did invite two young brunettes to dinner which he gave on his Caribbean island for Mr. Clinton shortly after he left office. But as far as she knows, the ex-president did not take the bait,” she continued.

“We all dined together that night. Jeffrey was at the head of the table. Bill was at his left. I sat across from him…at the left of Ghislaine there were two olive-skinned brunettes who’d flown in with us from New York. I’d never met them before. I’d say they were no older than 17, very innocent-looking,” explained Giuffree.

Giufree said, “Maybe Jeffrey thought they would entertain Bill, but I saw no evidence that he was interested in them. He and Jeffrey and Ghislaine seemed to have a very good relationship. Bill was very funny. He made me laugh a few times. And he and Jeffrey and Ghislaine told blokey jokes and the brunettes listened politely and giggled.”

The documents also mention over 150 names associated with Epstein, including public figures like Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Naomi Campbell, none of whom have been accused of any wrongdoing.

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