News reports of a weird painting are going viral after sources say that a painting of a man, seeming to be former President Bill Clinton, wearing a blue dress and red heels is hanging in Jeffrey Epstein's Manhattan mansion.
Petrina Ryan-Kleid, an Australian artist living in New York City, said, "When the [New York Academy of Art] put on a fundraiser at the Tribeca Ball that year, they sold my painting to one of the attendees". "I actually attempted to interview Clinton but he did not agree to do so and I know from the pilot logs and these are pilot logs that you know were written by different pilots and at different times, that Clinton went, he was a guest of Epstein's 27 times". In the portrait Bill is seen wearing a blue dress and red heels, sitting curled up in an Oval Office chair, and pointing with one finger to the viewers. He had one meeting with Epstein in his Harlem office in 2002, and around the same time made one brief visit to Epstein's NY apartment with a staff member and his security detail.
Epstein, 66, was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City on August 10, touching off outrage and disbelief about how such a high-profile prisoner, known for socializing with powerful people including presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, could have gone unwatched.
"As with most of my paintings, I had completely lost track of this piece when it was sold seven years ago", she said.
The artist responsible for the infamous painting discovered in the late Jeffrey Epstein's residence in Manhattan told reporters the picture was sold to unknown buyer several years ago.
Autopsy reports are not public records in NY, and the details of the medical examiner's finding, or the evidence she relied upon, were not immediately available. "So it was a complete surprise to me to learn yesterday that it wound up in Epstein's home". It was a very provocative, sexual picture.
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She ultimately turned the dress over to special counsel Ken Starr's team and a blood sample taken from the dress concluded Clinton was the source of the semen.
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