“Would you mind giving it a crack?”
Never before seen photos have emerged of Bill Clinton receiving a massage from Jeffrey Epstein accuser Chauntae Davies, who was just 22 at the time.
The Daily Mail released the pictures, which will again raise questions over Clinton’s connections with the elite pedophile Epstein.
The photos show a clearly pleased Clinton being treated by Davies after a trip on the infamous “Lolita Express” plane in 2002.
“The images show Clinton dressed in a yellow button-down shirt and beige slacks with his hands resting on his lap, as he leaned back while Davies knelt on a chair behind him for a better angle,” the Mail wrote.
“Clinton, then 56, had complained of having a stiff neck after falling asleep on Epstein’s infamous private jet, nicknamed The Lolita Express, while on a humanitarian trip with the pedophile to Africa in September of 2002,” the report continues.
“[Alleged madam Ghislaine] Maxwell, who is now in prison on sex trafficking charges, repeatedly encouraged Davies to give Clinton a massage while the group was refueling at a small airport in Portugal after flying in from New York,” it adds.
Clinton was said to have asked Davies, “Would you mind giving it a crack?”
When asked about the incident, Davies said “Although the image looks bizarre, President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him,” according to the report.
While Clinton has repeatedly denied knowing anything of Epstein’s sordid activities, Court documents unsealed in the Maxwell case last month revealed that a witness claims to have seen Bill Clinton on Epstein’s so called ‘pedo island’ in the Caribbean along with Epstein, Maxwell and “two young girls”.
The claims in the documents echo those previously made by a former worker on Epstein’s island in a Netflix documentary.
The claims run contrary to denials by Clinton that he ever visited the island, which was reportedly the site of multiple sexual assaults of underage women by the convicted pedophile Epstein and his elite guests.
The allegations were made by Steve Scully, a 70-year-old phone and internet specialist worker who was present on the island of Little Saint James, as part of Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, which features testimony from witnesses and victims of Epstein’s sordid activities.