Donald Trump “Liked Flicking And Sucking” In Latest Epstein List Dump

In a recent release of court documents related to the Jeffrey Epstein case, bombshell claims have emerged, suggesting that the late financier possessed blackmail videos allegedly showing former President Bill Clinton, ex-President Donald Trump, and Virgin Group founder Richard Branson engaging in sexual activities with women Epstein supplied. The revelations are based on emails sent by Epstein’s accuser, Sarah Ransome, to journalist Maureen Callahan in 2016.

Ransome initially asserted that Trump had engaged in sexual encounters with multiple girls, including a friend of hers who also allegedly had relations with Clinton and Branson. However, Ransome later retracted her claims, expressing a desire to distance herself from the situation, citing concerns for her family. The New Yorker reported in 2019 that Ransome admitted to “inventing” the tapes.

“Donald Trump liked flicking and sucking her nipples until they were raw…” claimed Ransome, describing stories about her friend. “I also know she had sexual relations with Trump at Jeffery’s [sic] NY mansion on regular occasions as I once met Jen for coffee, just before she was going to meet Trump and Epstein together at his mansion.”

Ransome’s recount of a friend who claimed to have had sexual relations with Donald Trump.
Source: The Daily Mail

The court documents suggest that Epstein purportedly filmed each of these encounters, with the women involved claiming to possess copies of the tapes. Despite extensive speculation, no such footage has been publicly uncovered. Pressure is now mounting on the FBI to release evidence from the 2019 raid on Epstein’s mansion that was reportedly never seized.

Ransome, in her emails to Callahan, alleged that her friend shared footage depicting sexual encounters with Clinton, Trump, and Branson.

Trump’s spokesperson, Steven Cheung, promptly denied the allegations, stating, “These baseless accusations have been fully retracted because they are simply false and have no merit.” Similarly, a spokesperson for Branson’s company, Virgin, dismissed the claims as “baseless and unfounded.”

Clinton, named in other papers last week, has yet to respond to these fresh allegations. His representatives continue to refer to his 2019 denial of any association with Epstein’s victims.

The documents, unsealed in a filing by Alan Dershowitz, Trump’s former lawyer, also contain previously unseen photos of scantily-clad women on Epstein’s island. Virginia Giuffre, who sued Ghislaine Maxwell for defamation and claims she had sex with Prince Andrew, insists the names should be made public.

The court has released 17 exhibits, including claims that Maxwell and Epstein’s staff used a secret server called MindSpring for communication. Giuffre’s lawyers argued that Maxwell had withheld crucial discovery materials, alleging the existence of another email account containing incriminating information. Maxwell denied these claims.

The newly-released exhibits include a sealed transcript from a 2015 hearing in which Epstein refused to testify, fearing criminal prosecution. These documents originate from Giuffre’s defamation lawsuit against Maxwell, settled in 2017, two years before Epstein’s arrest and subsequent death.

Despite expectations of unmasking previously protected individuals, the court has not fulfilled this request, instead publishing redacted names across hundreds of pages. The documents have become public following repeated requests for transparency from the media and individuals connected to the scandal.


Information for this story was found via The Daily Mail and the sources mentioned. The author has no securities or affiliations related to the organizations discussed. Not a recommendation to buy or sell. Always do additional research and consult a professional before purchasing a security. The author holds no licenses.

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