One of the alleged victims of now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein has released never-before-seen photos of her giving former President Bill Clinton a neck massage during a flight accused pedophile’s private jet in 2002.
Chauntae Davies, one of the alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein who is accusing the deceased convicted pedophile of rape, released never-before-seen photos to the Daily Mail which published them on Tuesday.
In the photographs, Davies, who was 22 at the time and a massage therapist, is shown on Epstein’s private jet, allegedly nicknamed the “Lolita Express,” giving a neck massage to former Democratic President Bill Clinton, who was 56 at the time.
For the record, the nickname “Lolita Express” is a reference to a controversial 1955 novel by Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov titled “Lolita,” in which a middle-aged professor is obsessed with that 12-year-old girl with whom he become sexually involved after he becomes her stepfather.
In the photographs, Clinton is all smiles as Davies gives him a shoulder and neck massage and what appears to be a private waiting area in the airport. Clinton is seated with his back to her in one chair facing away from her, while she kneels over from a chair behind the former president.
In another photo, Clinton is seen holding Davies closely in a hug.
The photos were taken during the use of Epstein’s get for a humanitarian trip to Africa in September 2002.
Davies, who acted as Epstein’s personal masseuse, had been recruited to act as an air stewardess during the flight, even instructed to wear an aviation-style uniform.
Reportedly, Clinton had complained of experiencing a stiff neck after falling asleep in his chair on the jet.
Now-imprisoned Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly had repeatedly encouraged Davies to give Clinton a massage during a refueling stop at a small airport in Portugal.
At Maxwell’s insistence, Clinton asked Davies about his neck. “Would you mind giving it a crack?”
In her soon-to-be released memoir, Davies recalled an embarrassing moment from an innocent request during her attempt to give Clinton the “I’ve got a bad angle, would you mind getting on your knees?” Davies asked.
She recalls: “For a moment the room fell silent. I couldn’t believe I’d said that. The words just shot out before I realized what I was saying or who I said it to.”
“Then, although his face had turned the color of fire, he laughed,” Davies adds. “The whole room was laughing too. And, being the good sport he was, he sat down so I could get a better angle.”
Describing the incident she said: “I’m not at all sure what came over me. I was groggy and have also always been the queen of putting my foot in my mouth.”
The Mail reported that Davies said Clinton was a “complete gentleman” and had been “charming and sweet.”
Reflecting on the massage pictures, Davies, now in her 40s, said: “Although the image looks bizarre, President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him.”
It’s worth noted that Epstein’s jet includes sleeping quarters, one of which is in a private room with a double bed.