Bill Clinton's past is coming back to haunt Hillary's campaign yet again! RadarOnline.com has learned he will face renewed scrutiny later this month, when a new book about his chummy relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is released.
Written by investigative journalist John Connolly and best-selling author James Patterson, Filthy Rich explores how the former president and billionaire spent time together while Epstein "abused a string of young girls," The Daily Mail reported.
Filthy Rich delves into how "Epstein flew Clinton to Africa on his personal Boeing 727 so that the former president could give a talk about AIDS."
Radar previously reported how police raided Epstein's Florida mansion in 2005, after numerous teenage girls claimed to have been sexually assaulted. Epstein was known to throw lavish parties with guests that included Prince Andrew and Donald Trump.
Federal investigators claim in court filings that they had "identified 40 young women who can be characterized as victims," The Daily News reported.
Epstein pleaded guilty to solicitation of a minor in 2008 and all other charges were dropped.
The billionaire also donated money to the Clinton Foundation, which itself has been shrouded in controversy. Clinton once said of Epstein, "Jeffrey is both a highly successful financier and a committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of twenty-first-century science," The Daily Mail reported.
Clinton reportedly took multiple trips to Epstein's private Caribbean "orgy" island where alleged victims claimed they were used as sex slaves.
One horrifying personal account in the new book introduces claims from a girl called Mary (an alias) who "prepared for her first session with Epstein by listening to Britney Spears and spending ages in front of the mirror to look good." She "put on a pair of tight white jeans and a halter top that left her stomach bare," the book alleges.
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