A photo of a painting depicting Bill Clinton in drag, wearing a blue dress and red high heels was secretly snapped in 2012—in the $56 million Manhattan mansion belonging to Jeffrey Epstein.

A woman who prefers to remain anonymous was there to present a business proposal to Epstein and was shocked when she saw the painting, after a door to his personal quarters was left open, reported The Daily Mail. “It was through a door that had been left temporarily open by his housekeeper or butler,” she said.

She told DailyMailTV: ‘It was absolutely Bill Clinton. It was shocking—it was definitely a painting of him. It was a very provocative, sexual picture. He was wearing heels, a blue dress and his hand was in a weird position.”


L: Financier Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide in New York, a former law enforcement official said Aug. 10, 2019. (Richard Drew/AP Photo) And the Manhattan Correctional Center, in New York, on July 1, 2019. (AP Photo)


The outfit he has on in the painting resembles the famous stained blue dress belonging to Monica Lewinsky that was used in evidence against Clinton to impeach him, and he is reclining draped over a chair in the Oval Office.

Monica Lewinsky, the central figure in Clinton’s impeachment, is a producer for the limited series “American Crime Story.” she is at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast at Milk Studios in Los Angeles on Dec. 5, 2018. (File Photo, Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

The original painting titled “Parsing Bill” is by Australian-American artist Petrina Ryan-Kleid, and it is not known if Epstein bought the original canvas or a print of it. 

Bill Clinton was friends with Epstein over many years, and allegedly flew on Epstein’s private plane dubbed the “Lolita Express” many times, he also denies he has been to Epstein’s private island. He does admit, however, visiting Epstein in his New York mansion.

Epstein, arrested in July on child trafficking charges was awaiting trial in Metropolitan Correctional Center and was found lifeless from an apparent suicide in his cell in Manhattan on Saturday, Aug. 10. He took many dark secrets to the grave, as his connections with politicians, royalty, scientists, and many others ran deep.

Reporters questioned President Trump on Aug. 13, regarding his retweet from Terence Williams on Bill Clinton’s involvement with Epstein’s death, “I have no idea. I know he was on his plane 27 times and he said he was on the plane 4 times. But when they checked the plane logs, Bill Clinton who was a very good friend of Epstein, he was on the plane about 27 or 28 times. So why did he say four times? And then the question you have to ask is did Bill Clinton go to the island? Because Epstein had an island that was not a good place, as I understand it. And I was never there, but you have to ask, did Bill Clinton go to the island. That’s the question. If you find that out, you’re going to know a lot. Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you.”

Attorney General William Barr is appalled and angry that Epstein was allowed to slip through the system in prison and commit suicide, but has warned others, “We will get to the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability. But let me assure you this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with Epstein,” said Barr, who is responsible for federal prisons, adding that any co-conspirator in the case “should not rest easy.” 

“The victims deserve justice, and they will get it,” added the attorney general.

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