Jeffrey Epstein ‘brought EIGHT young women into White House to meet Bill Clinton and posed at podium'

PAEDOPHILE Jeffrey Epstein allegedly brought eight women into the White House to meet Bill Clinton, according to unearthed visitor logs.

During the ex-President's first three years in office, records show the disgraced financier – who killed himself in 2019 – visited the Washington DC residence at least 17 times and posed for pictures at the briefing podium.

But it's understood he wasn't always alone, as logs obtained by the Daily Mail reportedly show he was joined by eight different women between 1993 and 1995 – including four known to be his girlfriends.

Pictures Epstein kept hanging at his Palm Beach mansion included snaps of him posing at the White House briefing room podium.

In one, he stood beside a brunette woman and another, apparently from a different date, showed him next to a blonde woman.

The images kept in his massage room closet were revealed in a video taken by cops who raided his home in 2005.

Logs show he took four girlfriends including Celina Midelfart, then 21, Eva Andersson-Dubin, then 33, and his madam Ghislaine Maxwell, then 32, to the White House.

Ms Andersson-Dubin testified at Maxwell's sex-trafficking trial, where she confirmed she and Epstein dated on and off from about 1983 until 1990 or 1991.

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During Maxwell's high-profile trial in New York, her former personal assistant claimed Epstein was dating Norweigan heiress Ms Midelfart in the mid-1990s – around the same time he was seeing Maxwell and other women.

Ms Midelfart has denied claims she had an intimate relationship with him – insisting to the Mail is was "brief and professional".

According to records, Ms Midelfart, now 48, went to the White House with Epstein twice on the same day – at 2pm and 6.30pm on July 28, 1994.

The visitor logs do not disclose the nature of any of the visits, but Epstein showed up on 14 separate days during Clinton's first few years in office and even made two visits on a single day on three different occasions.

Documents also show that the financier was invited by Clinton's senior advisers and aides and that he spent most of his visits in the West Wing.

His first accompanied visit in February 1993 appeared to be early in 1993, but the first girlfriend he took there – according to records – was Maxwell on September 29 that year.

Records show the pair attended a party at the White House after Epstein donated £1,700 to its historical association.

And another of his accompanied visits coincided with a dinner in the Blue Room with many wealthy guests at which, according to the president's daily schedule, Clinton gave a lecture and a toast.

On another visit, on September 26, 1994, Epstein took both Ms Andersson and another woman to the White House, according to logs.

There is no suggestion any woman who accompanied Epstein to the White House was trafficked.


Clinton, 75, has always denied knowing anything about Epstein’s crimes.

Epstein killed himself in a New York jail cell in 2019, after being arrested on suspicion of running a child sex trafficking ring.

His visits to the White House occurred between 1993 and 1995 came at around the same time his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell recruited young girls for him.

Last month, the socialite was found guilty of sex trafficking and grooming girls for Epstein to abuse.

The 60-year-old was accused of “serving up” girls for the multi-millionaire, her former lover, with the pair described as “partners in crime”.

Maxwell showed little emotion as a jury of six women and six men convicted her on five out of six counts of grooming girls for Epstein’s paedophile ring.

But the Brit was found not guilty of enticing a minor to engage in an illegal sex act after more than 40 hours of deliberation.

She now faces spending the rest of her life behind bars – with a likelihood of up to 65 years in prison.

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