Ghislaine Maxwell denies she was on Epstein’s island with Invoice Clinton
Ghislaine Maxwell was grilled on her ties to former President Invoice Clinton in a 2016 deposition that was unsealed Thursday morning.
An lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre requested the previous British socialite a collection of questions on Clinton’s time on the multi-millionaire pedophile’s planes and if the previous president ever visited his notorious private island.
Maxwell responded by repeatedly attacking Giuffre and blasting her as a liar.
“One of many lies she advised was that President Clinton was on the island the place I used to be current. Completely 1000 p.c that may be a flat out whole fabrication and lie,” she stated.
Giuffre’s attorny, Sigrid McCawley, then pivoted to a query about Clinton flying on Epstein’s personal planes.
“You probably did fly on planes, Jeffrey Epstein’s planes with President Clinton, is that right?” McCawley requested.
“I’ve flown, sure,” Maxwell responded.
She added that she wouldn’t characterize Epstein and Clinton as “pals” — regardless of the previous president having flown on his personal jet.
In a deposition that was unsealed in July, Giuffre testified that Clinton had visited Epstein’s personal Carribbean island.
“I keep in mind asking Jeffrey what’s Invoice Clinton doing right here type of factor, and he laughed it off and stated properly he owes me a favor,” Giuffre stated.
“He by no means advised me what favors they had been. I by no means knew. I didn’t know if he was critical. It was only a joke,” she stated.