Police find portrait of Bill Clinton in dress in Epstein mansion
The former President smiles, lounging in an armchair, and points the finger at the viewer.
The police found a portrait of former US President Bill Clinton in a dress in the mansion of financier Jeffrey Epstein in Manhattan, Daily Mail reports.
According to the publication, Clinton is sitting in the Oval Office. He wears red heeled shoes and a blue dress, similar to Monica Lewinsky's, or Hillary Clinton's look at the 2009 Kennedy Award Ceremony. The former President smiles, lounging in an armchair, and points a finger at the viewer.
The original painting is called 'Parsing Bill', it was painted by Australian-American artist Petrina Ryan-Kleid. The Daily Mail does not indicate whether Epstein bought the canvas or is it a replica.
Recall that Epstein was detained on July 6 in New York. He was accused of creating a criminal network that allowed him to sexually exploit and mock dozens of underage girls. The billionaire committed his crimes in 2002-2005. The alleged victims were 14 years old. Epstein was also charged with bribery of witnesses.
The body of the billionaire was found on Saturday morning, August 10. In July, Epstein tried to commit suicide earlier.