Former President Bill Clinton, one of the speakers at yesterday’s Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is currently facing a series of sexual assault charges that are gaining momentum after several reports implicate him in pedophile Epstein’s trips to his private island where sex parties were held. 

Clinton’s presentation at Tuesday night’s Democratic Party event took place after a series of compromising photos surfaced showing the former president receiving a massage from one of the teenage girls who had fallen victim to the late Epstein.

The links between Clinton and Epstein have become a topic of interest after Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s lover and business partner, was captured in New Hampshire and then detained at the Brooklyn Metropolitan Center in New York without bail.

Clinton has been accused of sexually harassing Paula Jones, raping Juanita Broaddrick, sexually assaulting Kathleen Willey, and repeatedly abusing Leslie Millwee, according to the Daily Caller.

Monica Lewinsky

During his presidency, Clinton was accused by Republican senators in the House of giving false statements to federal investigators about the relationship he had with Monica Lewinsky when she was a White House intern and was 27 years younger than Clinton.

However, he was eventually acquitted by the Senate and ended his presidency in 2001. As for Lewinsky, in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, she stated that her relationship with Clinton was consensual and not a case of sexual assault, although she also believes that it constituted “a gross abuse of power.”

Paula Jones

During an interview with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity, former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones revealed that she was sexually harassed by Clinton in 1991 in the middle of a government conference on quality management.

According to her testimony, a state trooper approached her and told her that then-Gov. Clinton wanted to meet her, and the officer escorted her to the hotel room where he was staying.

In 1994 Jones made her accusations public and then filed a lawsuit. Despite Clinton’s denials, he ended up paying Jones $850,000 as part of the settlement of the lawsuit, ending a legal process that lasted four years.

Juanita Broaddrick

In a statement to the Washington Post, Broaddrick accused Clinton of raping her and said she met him in 1978 when he was 31 and she was working for his campaign while serving as an Arkansas attorney general.

Broadderick said she met him when she was 35 years old and he stopped at the nursing home she owned in Van Buren. The two had a conversation, and he initially invited her to his campaign office.

Then he changed the meeting place to his hotel cafeteria, arguing that there were too many reporters in the lobby, and asked her if they could have coffee in his room, and while there Clinton sexually abused Broaddrick.

Kathleen Willey

Former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey denounced Clinton for sexually harassing her in the Oval Office in 1993. She said they were friends and subsequently asked him for a paying job after confessing to her husband’s financial difficulties.

Willey said Clinton sympathetically suggested that they talk about it in private in the Oval Office where he eventually abused her. “My mind was racing and I thought: ‘Should I slap him? Or should I kick him? Or knee him?” said Willey  TV host Sean Hannity.

Clinton denied Willey’s accusations, arguing that he only ever hugged her and kissed her forehead. 

Leslie Millwee

The ex-reporter said that in 1980 she was abused on several occasions by Clinton. She said that while she was working at a station in Arkansas the events occurred once he approached her from behind and began to touch her in an abusive manner despite her asking him to stop.

In another incident Millwee referred to as “the straw that broke the camel’s back,” Clinton came to her apartment and knocked on her door saying, “I know you are home. Please answer the door.” In the end she didn’t open the door, she told Breitbart News in October 2016.

Epstein’s pedophile island

Clinton was also involved in private flights aboard sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express to the mogul’s pedophile island, Little St. James.

In documents released at the end of July, Virginia Giffre, Epstein’s victim, told one of her lawyers that the former president had visited Epstein’s private island, where she detailed that sex parties were being held, according to the Daily Caller.