Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre claimed that she never saw former President Donald Trump participate in the deceased pedophile’s sex crimes, according to newly released documents.
Documents released were part of many more that have been unsealed as part of litigation between Giuffre, an alleged victim of Epstein’s, and Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s partner. While the case was settled in 2017, Judge Loretta Preska recently ordered that the documents be unsealed as there was no reason to keep the names concealed.
“I don’t think Donald Trump participated in anything,” Giuffre said. “That would have to be another assumption. I never saw or witnessed Donald Trump participate in those acts, but was he in the house of Jeffrey Epstein. I’ve heard he has been, but I haven’t seen him myself so I don’t know.”
She was questioned as to whether she believed Trump was a “witness to the sexual abuse of minors.”
Giuffre’s answer came after she claimed that since lawyer Alan Dershowitz had been around Epstein’s private island, Little St. James “on so many occasions” with “minors around” it was “common logical sense” to assume he knew what was going on.
Johanna Sjoberg, a witness and another alleged Epstein victim, claimed that she had gone to one of Trump’s casinos, though she never massaged or did anything sexual with him.
Trump and former President Bill Clinton‘s names appear separately in old flight logs, with Clinton taking Epstein’s private jet to Bangkok, Brunei, and Paris, as the New York Post noted. The old flight logs don’t indicate that either president traveled to Epstein’s island.
The two former presidents, British Prince Andrew, deceased model scout Jean-Luc Brunel, deceased popstar Michael Jackson, and deceased physicist Stephen Hawking have been among the names of prominent people mentioned in the unsealed documents.
Maxwell is currently serving a prison sentence for her role in Epstein’s sex trafficking ring.
Epstein died on Aug. 10, 2019, while being held at the Metropolitan Correction Center in New York as he awaited sentencing.
This article appeared originally on Independent Journal Review (IJR).