Jeffrey Epstein allegedly brought eight women into the White House during the first three years of Bill Clinton's presidency.
Daily Mail obtained visitor logs, revealing that Epstein, who was a convicted pedophile, did not visit the White House alone between 1993 and 1995.
Among the visitors accompanying Epstein were his girlfriends, Celina Midelfart, Eva Andersson, Francis Jardine, and Ghislaine Maxwell.
The log also revealed that Epstein visited the Executive Mansion at least 17 times at the beginning of Clinton's presidency.
On three occasions, Epstein visited Clinton twice a day. The purposes of these visits are unknown.
The women listed were Celina Midelfart, then 21. Eva Andersson-Dubin, then 33. Francis Jardine, then in her 20s, and Ghislaine Maxwell, who was 32.
These revelations come less than a month after Ghislaine, 60, was found guilty of recruiting and trafficking underage girls for the financer between 1994 and 1997. Maxwell is currently waiting for sentencing.
Though Daily Mail could not contact all women on the list, they were also on Epstein's flight logs on the same dates of visiting the former POTUS.
Once, Epstein visited the White House while the then POTUS was at the United Nations General Assembly, according to his itinerary.
Other logs show that Epstein and one of his female friends would visit Clinton during the president's lunch break at least on two occasions.
These are just some of the revelations from Maxwell's trial. The extension of Clinton's friendship with Epstein remains unclear. It is a continuation of the confirmed story of Clinton boarding the "Lolita Express," as Epstein's private plane was named.
Epstein's visits to the White House came from Clinton's most senior advisers and aides. However, on several occasions, he was in the West Wing.
After Epstein's death in 2019, Bill Clinton said he knew "nothing about the terrible crimes."
Epstein was arrested in 2006 and spent around 12 months in jail in Florida, though he was able to work and spend even 12 hours outside his cell.
Due to his connections to Epstein and accusations of "sexual assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress," Prince Andrew lost his HRH status and military roles.
The connections between Epstein and Clinton and Prince Andrew were documented on photos, which were displayed at Epstein's Palm Beach home.