Only days after embattled British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell appeared in court to plead not guilty to two new sex trafficking charges, never-before-seen photos of the alleged madame and the late Jeffrey Epstein visiting then-President Bill Clinton were published.
Obtained by The Sun, the images were taken during a White House event in September 1993, where Epstein and Maxwell were said to have been Clinton's VIP guests.
The publication claims records pulled from the William J. Clinton Library and Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas, show Epstein and Maxwell's names were indeed on the guest list for that evening, accompanied by the letter A, likely to signify "attending" or "attended."
The disgraced duo reportedly toured the Washington, D.C. residence – including, specifically, the East Room – during a reception following a hefty donation made by Epstein toward the refurbishment of Clinton's Oval Office.
"The photos show just how close Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein got to one of the most powerful men in the world — in the most powerful building," a source told the publication.
These new photos seem to expand the timeline of Clinton's involvement with the financier and his alleged madame given that, prior to their publication, some of the oldest pictures linking the trio were from 2002. Those images showed Clinton aboard Epstein's private jet along with Maxwell and one of Epstein's rape accusers.
Clinton also reportedly had a private dinner with Maxwell in 2014, well after Epstein had been convicted.
For his part, though, the former president has always denied knowing anything about Epstein's crimes, which included running a massive, decades-long child sex trafficking ring. Epstein was found fatally hung in a New York jail cell in 2019, and since his death precluded the possibility of pursuing criminal charges, a judge threw out the case.
Maxwell, however, is still on the hook.
Last month, two additional counts of sex trafficking were added to the embattled 59-year-old's existing six-count indictment, leaving her facing a total of eight federal charges for crimes including enticement of minors, sex trafficking and perjury.