The case of the disgraced billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein continues to get weirder and weirder as more details are revealed. One of the strangest details to be released in the wake of Epstein’s apparent death, is a strange portrait that was hanging in his $77 million mansion in Manhattan.
The Daily Mail revealed the bizarre portrait, which appears to show Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress and red high heels. It also appears that Clinton is sitting across a chair in the Oval Office. A photo of the portrait was reportedly taken in 2012, by a source who wishes to remain anonymous, considering the obvious danger surrounding the case. The source took the photo four years after Epstein was forced to register as a sex offender in his “sweetheart deal” with prosecutors.
The portrait is interesting for a variety of reasons. Not only is it interesting that the painting shows the former President in drag, but it is also possibly symbolic. As you may remember, a blue dress was one of the primary pieces of evidence against Bill Clinton in the impeachment trial involving Monica Lewinsky.
The source told The Daily Mail that the encounter at Epstein’s mansion was very strange, and that there appeared to be a 14-year-old girl waiting to see the financier, despite his status as a registered sex offender at the time.
“We were wrapping things up with his private secretary and I noticed a young Hispanic girl there, all hunched up over her phone, waiting to see him next. I thought it was odd that she was in the same waiting room we were in. She was really young – she looked about 14. I thought that maybe she was the housekeeper’s daughter,” the source revealed.