Insights into Trump and Epstein’s Relationship: Former Housekeeper Reveals Trump’s Regular Dinners ‘In the Kitchen’ at Epstein’s Mansion

A former housekeeper on Epstein Island has revealed that former President Donald Trump would regularly eat dinner “in the kitchen” of Esptein’s Florida Mansion, contradicting Trump’s claims that he didn’t know Epstein on a personal level.

Court Filings Refuel Fire on Trump and Epstein

Recent court filings have reignited discussions about Donald Trump’s association with Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier accused of sex crimes. Juan Alessi, a former housekeeper for Epstein, has provided deposition testimony suggesting that Trump visited Epstein’s Florida mansion for dinner, distancing himself from other guests. The revelations come amid ongoing legal battles, revealing relationships involving high-profile figures, including Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.

Juan Alessi, Epstein’s former housekeeper, claimed that Donald Trump would visit Epstein’s Florida mansion for dinner but opted to eat in the kitchen instead of at the table. “He would come, have dinner. He never sat at the table. He ate with me in the kitchen,” Alessi said. Alessi’s testimony contradicts Trump’s previous statements distancing himself from Epstein. The visits occurred during the late 1990s and early 2000s when the two were photographed socializing together in Palm Beach.

In a 2002 interview, Trump described Epstein as a “terrific guy” and suggested a shared interest in young women. “It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side,” Trump said. Despite these remarks, the relationship soured in 2004 over a real estate deal in Florida. Trump’s connection to Epstein remains a contentious topic, especially given the severity of the accusations against the disgraced financier. Trump recently said that he “knew [Epstein] like everybody in Palm Beach knew him.”

High-Profile Figures Named 

Juan Alessi’s testimony also named other high-profile individuals, including Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson. Alessi claims Prince Andrew spent weeks at Epstein’s home and received “daily” massages. “Prince Andrew, yes, Prince Andrew spent weeks with us,” Alessi revealed. It is crucial to note that there is no suggestion of wrongdoing by either Ferguson or Trump at this stage.

The latest release of documents included mentions of Trump, with one deposition indicating that Epstein’s employee would “call up Trump” for casino visits. The unsealed documents are part of a defamation case against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former girlfriend.

Bill Clinton is also mentioned in the unsealed documents, with a massage therapist, Johannah Sjoberg, stating that Epstein told her Clinton “likes them young.” Clinton denies any knowledge of Epstein’s crimes, and there is no evidence supporting claims that Clinton visited Epstein’s private island.

Ongoing Legal Battles and Unsealed Documents 

The court filings are part of a 2015 defamation action by Virginia Giuffre, an Epstein accuser, against Maxwell. Over 100 files are expected to be released, shedding further light on the intricate web of relationships involving Epstein, Maxwell, and influential figures.

These revelations revive the concerns about the extent of Trump’s association with Epstein and contribute to the broader investigation. The unsealed documents provide a glimpse into the interactions between powerful individuals and Epstein, including Trump, Prince Andrew and former president Bill Clinton, fueling evermore public interest in what really happened on that island.

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