While billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, and Prince Andrew prepare to react to the serious allegations leveled against them by Virginia Roberts, who claims she was used as a sex slave by them when she was a minor, she has also implicated Bill Clinton in her new affidavit.
While it was widely reported last week that Prince Andrew, Epstein, and Dershowitz had some explaining to do, according to the latest Radar Online report yesterday, none other than the ex-president is being forced into the fray.
Roberts, who has reportedly instructed a top legal team to represent her — former federal judge Paul Cassell victims’ rights expert Bradley Edwards — stated her intentions in a 15-page affidavit.
“I have directed my attorneys … to pursue all reasonable and legitimate means to have criminal charges brought against these powerful people for the crimes that have committed against me and other girls. These powerful people seem to think that they don’t have to follow the same rules as everyone else. That is wrong. I will cooperate fully in the investigation and prosecution of Epstein, [Ghislaine] Maxwell, or any of their friends who participated in the sexual abuse of minors.”
For her part, Roberts alleges that she had sex with Prince Andrew, “three times, including an orgy,” when she was under the U.S. federal age of majority of 18. On top of that, according to her, she was paid $15,000 for their first alleged encounter, in the U.K., and $400 for a subsequent alleged sex session at Epstein’s NYC mansion.
While the first person to be accused was Alan Dershowitz, allegations he vehemently denies, the documents filed by her attorneys claim Dershowitz had a “conspiracy with Epstein to engage in and conceal sex trafficking.”
According to Roberts, “Dershowitz was so comfortable with the sex that was going on that he would even come and chat with Epstein while I was giving oral sex to Epstein. I had sexual intercourse with Dershowitz at least six times. The first was when I was 16… and it continued until I was 19.”
As far as Bill Clinton is concerned, even though Roberts admits that she never had sex with him, she claims she met him on Epstein’s U.S. Virgin Islands estate, which was allegedly rife with illegal sexual acts and covered with pornographic photos of her and other alleged teen victims.
As an attorney told Radar, “If Clinton flew to an island where minors were being sexually molested, and did not report this to the authorities, he could have committed a criminal offense.”
While Prince Andrew and Dershowitz have totally denied Roberts’ claims, Dershowitz also spoke on behalf of Bill Clinton, insisting he never “set foot” on the island.
Dershowitz told reporters, “I never met this woman. I never touched her. I was never massaged by her. There was no contact.”
It remains to be seen what will become of the lawsuit against the men, as Bill Clinton may be looking to fend of another set of allegations of sexual misconduct.