Jeffrey Epstein’s victim’s defense attorney said President Donald Trump expelled the child sex offender from his private club for sexually assaulting a minor on his premises.
According to court documents, the victim’s attorney claimed that before he became president, President Trump expelled him from his exclusive Mar-A-Lago private club for sexually assaulting a minor daughter of one of the workers, according to Daily Caller.
Epstein, a billionaire pedophile, was arrested Saturday for alleged child sex trafficking in the New York and Florida area between 2001 and 2005.
Epstein was already charged in 2006 in Palm Beach with the same crime, but he served only 13 months in a Florida jail because he was able to make a deal.
He is now charged with child sex trafficking and conspiracy to engage in child sex trafficking.
The billionaire is also the owner of a Caribbean island, where he hosted many rich, famous and powerful guests, including British Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton, among others.
Judicial documents obtained by Fox News show that ex-President Bill Clinton traveled in Epstein’s private plane, colloquially known as the “Lolita Express” on at least 26 occasions.
President Trump declared in 2016 at an event of the Union of American Conservatives that he expected Bill Clinton to have “a lot of problems in relation to this famous island with Jefferey Epstein, a lot of problems,” he said.