Jeffrey Epstein once said that former President Bill Clinton “likes them young,” a victim of the dead sex offender testified in a deposition unsealed Wednesday — part of a trove of long-sealed court documents that began to be made public.
The files, which name more than 170 Epstein associates — such as Clinton, former President Donald Trump and Prince Andrew — were ordered released by Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska last month and contain a gross accusation of inappropriate touching by the disgraced British royal.
They were filed in a since-settled defamation lawsuit that Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre brought against the late sicko’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, in 2015.
Another Epstein victim, Johanna Sjoberg, said in a 2016 deposition that the Duke of York put his hand on her breast as she sat on his lap at the financier’s Manhattan townhouse in 2001.
She also posed for a photo alongside Giuffre, whose breast was groped using a puppet of Andrew, Sjoberg testified.
“They put the puppet on Virginia’s lap, and I sat on Andrew’s lap, and they put the puppet’s hand on Virginia’s breast, and Andrew put his hand on my breast, and they took a photo,” she said of Maxwell and Epstein.
Andrew has denied the accusation, which was revealed and reported on in a previous document dump, according to Reuters.
Sjoberg was also asked about Epstein’s comments on Clinton in the same deposition.
“[Epstein] said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls,” she testified.
Trump’s name also came up in Sjoberg’s testimony — with Epstein once suggesting a stop at one of the real estate mogul’s casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The pilots of Epstein’s private jet informed the group that they were forced to reroute from New York City and Epstein said, “Great, we’ll call up Trump and we’ll go to … the casino,” Sjoberg said.
Other famous names who appeared in the document dump include late “King of Pop” Michael Jackson and magician David Copperfield.
Sjoberg said she met Jackson but did not provide him a “massage” and also met Copperfield, who she said was a friend of Epstein’s, during questioning.
Copperfield did some magic tricks at a dinner she attended and reportedly questioned Sjoberg if she was aware that “girls were getting paid to find other girls,” she testified when asked if he discussed Epstein’s involvement with young girls.
None of the well-known men — other than Price Andrew — have been accused of wrongdoing.
Marc Randazza, a lawyer who fought to get the records unsealed, said the documents could answer many lingering questions about Epstein’s sordid affairs.
“Who was involved, and how did they get away with it, and how far into people who are really in power does this reach, and why was it kept under wraps for so long?” Randazza said of the saga. “Who managed to exert that kind of power, because the court should never have [sealed the documents] in the first place, and the extent to which the court has protected this information is irregular.”