New photos of Bill Clinton aboard Epstein’s “Lolita Express” released

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A shocking new report from the U.S. Sun shows new photographs of former President Bill Clinton on-board the late Jeffery Epstein’s private jet, the infamous “Lolita Express.”

What’s more, the photos, released on Wednesday, show Clinton posing on the steps of the plane cozying up to Epstein’s alleged pimp and partner in crime, Ghislaine Maxwell.

The Sun has also obtained photos of Clinton posing with his arm around Epstein’s “personal masseuse,” Chauntae Davies, as well as other photos of Clinton and several Hollywood celebrities — including accused sex predator Kevin Spacey — aboard the plane on a 2002 Clinton Foundation humanitarian trip to Africa.

Davies came forward with accusations against Maxwell and Epstein in 2019, saying that her 3-year experience as one of Epstein’s young victims “ended up ruining my life in every capacity. It’s affected my health, my family, my emotional and mental well-being and, ultimately, even jobs.”

Davies told the Sun that “It’s clear that Epstein was using this private jet and his wealth to get close to rich and powerful people.

“Looking back at these images now it raises a lot of questions about why Bill Clinton was using the plane and what perhaps Jeffrey may have been trying to accomplish by having him around.”

Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew have been photographed with Epstein on many occasions, both are known to have flown on the “Lolita Express” multiple times. Clinton also received Epstein as a guest in the White House several times during his presidency.

Davies insists that on that particular trip to Africa, Clinton behaved like a “perfect gentleman,” and Clinton himself categorically denied that he had any knowledge of Epstein’s criminal behavior.

It’s clear that Jeffery Epstein had ties with many rich and powerful men, but it’s still unclear just how many — if any — of them were a party to his sex crimes. The true extent of Clinton’s relationship with Epstein is yet unknown, but it’s safe to say that these photos have not aged well.

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