Former President Bill Clinton is reportedly facing new sexual assault accusations from four women after flying on playboy billionaire investor Ron Burkle’s private jet nicknamed ‘Air F*ck One.’
Daily Mail UK reports:
Attorneys representing the women, who are coordinating their efforts, have notified Clinton they are preparing to file four separate lawsuits against him.
As part of the ongoing negotiations, the attorneys for the women are asking for substantial payouts in return for their clients’ silence.
A member of Clinton’s legal team has confirmed the existence of the new allegations.
If they fail, according to sources in Clinton’s inner circle, the four women are said to be ready to air their accusations of sexual assault at a press conference, making Clinton the latest — and most famous — figure in a long list of men from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey who have recently been accused of sexual assault.
Clinton helped Burkle generate business and flew around the world with a flock of beautiful young women on Burkle’s private jet, which was nicknamed ‘Air F**k One.’
The four women, who have not yet revealed their identities, were employed in low-level positions at the Burkle organization when they were in their late teens and claim they were sexually assaulted by the former president.
News of the alleged new accusers comes amid Hollywood and the Democrat Party facing a sexual harassment epidemic. The mainstream media and Democrat Party are now putting distance between themselves and the Clintons. Decades later, the Clintons are facing scorn and are being called upon to answer for Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual abuse.
Radio host Rita Cosby recently grilled failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over the sexual assault allegations against her husband former President Bill Clinton. The weekend WABC-AM radio host asked Clinton point blank if she regretted the way she treated the accusers.
Audio credit: GOP War Room
Below is a partial transcript of the exchange:
COSBY: Do you regret not saying something in support of the women? Because you’ve always said that women should be believed and yet George Stephanopoulos and others said that you were part of the attacking the victims, the women who were making the allegations against your husband. Do you regret that?
CLINTON: Look, I think every situation has to be judged on its own merits. And there were allegations that were disproved. There were allegations that were absolutely contradicted under sworn testimony. So, of course, you should give people who make such allegations the benefit of the doubt, that’s what our system does, but then you have to investigate them, and that fully happened in the late 90s.
And what we’ve got here is something very different. You know, there’s been no commitment to investigate the more than a dozen women who have made charges against President Trump and there’s been no effort to really go into and understand what he was talking about in his Hollywood Access tape. So I just say they are not parallel and I think it’s unfortunate that people are either misremembering or misinterpreting history. The country remembers it. The country went through it. And it was a painful period. The Republicans spent tens of millions of dollars looking at every part of our lives and we all know what they found. And that was based on those allegations that were provable and the many that were not and this is a distraction that we shouldn’t fall for. Because if you’re going to hold people to the same standard there’s a lot of parallels that are not being followed in recent times.
For decades, both the media and political class protected former President Clinton and his wife from questions such as these. Times have truly changed.
Lawmakers like Sen. Gillibrand (NY-D) are saying former President Bill Clinton should have resigned after the Lewinsky scandal.
“Gillibrand, who took over Hillary Clinton’s New York Senate seat in 2009, said it would have been “appropriate” for Bill Clinton to step down as president after revelations of his affair with Lewinsky,” reported the Washington Examiner.